I offered to help the museum staff with some public programming activities. We hosted a big group of Boy Scouts. I taught them about Paiute pump drills. It was a nice break from exhibit preparation and field school planning.
The Iron Mission Museum keeps making progress on several other projects. Below is a photo of the replica the museum is building of the blast furnace that residents operated in Cedar City in the 1850s. The wood frame will be covered with a facade of stone, which will give it the look of the old furnace at much lest cost. The interior of the furnace will be filled with interpretive exhibits. It should be done by early June.
My next post will be about the field school schedule.
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