LivingHistory

Historical Education

The house is opened to school groups and other private events to learn what life was like in our Colonial past.

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Hugh Cole fourth graders tour historic spots in Warren.

 

(Above) Maxwell House is an important stop on the annual Sense of Pride map.

 

(Left) Students also visit Rebekah Maxwell Philips House and notice wooden quoins painted to look like stone

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Discovering Historical Artifacts

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A sloop-rigged craft like that on the Scaleboard

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This first grade visited the Maxwell House after reading Ox Cart Man by Donald Hall.

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Bread Ready for the Brick Oven

Cooking in the 18th century

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Fresh bread baking

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Preparing Chicken for Roasting

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The Chicken Roasts

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Young and old alike are educated about life in 18th century Warren through our unique Events and enriching Educational opportunities. 

Visit our Calendar for details about our next fun  Event!

 

Contact us for more information about field trips and other private events at the Maxwell House.