History Alive: Crooked Road Enterprises can provide First Person presentations that focus on life in the Appalachian Mountains during the Colonial and Civil War periods.
Life In the First American West
Lt. George Reeves, of Independence, Virginia, and other characters, come to life as they describe life along the Great Road, Carolina Road and Wilderness Road migration routes during years 1756 through 1790.
An Infantryman's Lot During the American Civil War
Sgt. Major Henry William McGowan, from Wise County, Virginia, tells the story of the Scots-Irish, coming to America in 1845, fighting in the Mexican War and preparing mountain recruits for battle during the American Civil War.
Hands On History: Education for All Ages.
Hands On History is a program that can be tailored to the needs of the students and class room and focuses on the opening and settling of Appalachia, the first frontier.