Dozens of Shelby County children got a lesson in Shelby County history on the grounds of First Presbyterian Church and the Visitor Center/History Museum Tuesday through Thursday of this week.
The event was a three-day history camp put on by the Shelby County Historical Society. The kids learned about native Americans who may have been in the region in pre-Colonial times as well as about the first settlers and explorers who came through the area at the time of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. They followed history and events in the community through 1825.
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