In the parlor of Handsell house, there will be a display of Tilley’s Escape. Participants this year include:
2022 Nanticoke River Jamboree Participants
Living History and Crafts People
Chesapeake Independent Blues 18th Century Historical Interpreters
Jerome Bias and Janice Canaday – Open Hearth Cooking
Janice Green as Harriet Tubman
Marvin Alonzo Greer – “Bound for Freedom” and the Underground Railroad
Gina Gerhard – Wool spinning in East Parlor
LaSara Kinser – African American medicinal herbs
Roberta Perkins — Handsell Laundress
Aleta Davis – Crocheted rugs
Mark Williams – Blacksmith
For Woodness Sake – 18th c. Woodworking
Lady Aimee’s Fine Sewing and Sutlery
Art Malestein as “Christopher Nutter, Indian Trader”
David Rose as “Thomas Taylor” – Handsell Trading Post
Walter and Kathy Singer – Musicians in West Parlor
Linda Harris, David Cole and Justine Pryor – Code Songs at the Memorial to the Enslaved
Major General James A. Adkins (Ret). Representing the Maryland 400
Environmental, Non-Profits, Authors and Museums
Barbara Lockhart –author
Dorchester Citizens for Planned Growth and Nanticoke Watershed Alliance
Harriet Tubman UGRR State Park – “Marbles”
UGRR National Historic Park – Sack Races!
Nanticoke Historic Preservation Alliance– Handsell Info and Merchantile (fundraiser)
“Tilley’s Escape” – display in the Handsell parlor
Terry Crannell – Artifact Collection
Phillip Goldsborough – Chipping and Native Crafts
Pocomoke Indian Nation
Drew Shuptar-Rayvis (Pekatawas MakataWai’U – Black Corn) Cultural Ambassador of the Pocomoke Indian Nation
Nause Waiwash Band of Indians
Herman Jackson of the Nanticokes, Milford DE
Handsell’s Chicone Village Volunteers
Tiger Den – Sue Meddling
Boy Scouts of American Troop # 1091 – Admission and Parking volunteers
Found yesterday’s Jamboree to be enlightning, educational, and inspirational! Exhibitors were knowledgeable and impressive. Thoroughly enjoyed the day and hope to get involved if just in a small way.
Ann–thanks to you and all who attended! We were thrilled with the response. Se you next year in October of 2013 ~ NHPA Trustees
can u shop here has well?
There willbeshopping at the Mercantile booth. Also several crafts people sell their wares and crafts.
Your website seems to omit the date and time of the events!