Presented by Larry Hathcock
Larry Hathcock, OCPHS member and Civil War reenactor, will present the Civil War service of Tom Tucker of Ortonville, Michigan. Mr. Tucker kept a diary of his experiences as a Union solder in the 22nd Michigan Infantry during the Civil War. Mr. Hathcock will be dressed as a Union infantryman and will share Tom Tucker’s daily experiences as a soldier.
Admission $7 Light refreshments are provided.
Presented by Tom Nelson, Adjunct Professor, MCC
Tom will be presenting a visual tour of his visit to the Kentucky Civil War battlefield of Perryville. The Battle of Perryville was fought on October 17, 1852 as Confederate General Braxton Bragg attempted to secure Kentucky into the Confederacy. It was the biggest battle in Kentucky during the Civil War. Tom will present the battle in chronological order as it occurred throughout the day.
Admission $7.00, light refreshments are provided.
A Family friendly tour of 19th Century customs. Children’s Crafts and light refreshments served in the Schoolhouse after your tour. Tickets available in the Gift Shop.
6 – 10 p.m. Saturday, October 7, 2017 – It’s a Black and White Bash! Our 4th annual Grande Night to Remember takes place at the Lafayette Grande Banquet Facility in downtown Pontiac. Tickets are $35 each and include live & silent auction and buffet dinner (cash bar). Tickets: $35
Wednesday, September 20 at 4:00 p.m
Dave Decker will present his research on milling in Oakland County from the mid-1800’s through the 1920’s, how mills affected daily life, and how “where you can put the mill” affected the founding of Oakland County’s villages and towns. His research on Dawson’s Mill in Pontiac will be
Held on Wednesday to avoid conflict with the Dream Cruise.
…if you missed it! Because it was a spectacular day. The weather could not have been better. The cakes could not have been more tasty. The hot dogs were…hot dogs (what can we say?). We had a great turnout, with a great crowd – no drunken brawls,