Field Trip to the Lee House

Charlie Wyand, portraying schoolmaster Mr. Karl, explains 19th century school life to fifth-grade students from East Lyme middle school visiting the East Lyme Historical Society's Lee House grounds to experience a variety of colonial activities.


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