Presentation on theme: "Artifacts From ITC With Joanne Deming By Cody Lansford."— Presentation transcript:
Artifacts From ITC With Joanne Deming By Cody Lansford
The Scythe The Scythe was used as a early plow. The father would use it to make a line in the ground while the mother planted seeds behind him and the kids would stomp it down. To the left, there is a GT student holding the Scythe
The Jumping Jack The Jumping Jack was often used as a children’s toy. It was something kids really enjoyed in that time.
The Cotton Carder The Cotton Carder would separate the cotton and then it could make cloth. Here is a GT student using the cotton carder
The Coffee Grinder The Coffee Grinder would grind up roasted coffee beans. Here are some GT students Grinding up coffee beans.
Bonnets Bonnets Were used to Keep girls’ foreheads and necks covered. Here are some GT students wearing Bonnets
Dugouts A Dugout is the first thing a family would build when the journey was over. They are built in the side of a hill or a mountain.
So, that was some of the many things that Mrs. Deming showed us