HOWDY, PILGRIM

Published 11:33 am Friday, February 21, 2014

The Ashmead Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met earlier this month for a presentation on the importance of religion in the settlement of North America. Members dressed in period clothing are Mary Landin, left back, Annabeth Breeden, Hunter Bell, Jeremy Finney, Jacob Breeden, Vera Ann Fedell, Roeland Bell, Carmine Bell, Magnolia Bell McLean, front left, and Sydney Sullivan.

The Ashmead Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met earlier this month for a presentation on the importance of religion in the settlement of North America. Members dressed in period clothing are Mary Landin, left back, Annabeth Breeden, Hunter Bell, Jeremy Finney, Jacob Breeden, Vera Ann Fedell, Roeland Bell, Carmine Bell, Magnolia Bell McLean, front left, and Sydney Sullivan.

The Ashmead Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met earlier this month for a presentation on the importance of religion in the settlement of North America. Members dressed in period clothing are Mary Landin, left back, Annabeth Breeden, Hunter Bell, Jeremy Finney, Jacob Breeden, Vera Ann Fedell, Roeland Bell, Carmine Bell, Magnolia Bell McLean, front left, and Sydney Sullivan.

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