2021 Theme explores the 1781 British attacks on the custom port of Vienna.

In the parlors of Handsell house, there will be a display researched by Ted Corbett, PhD concerning the 1781 British and Loyalists attacks on the custom port of Vienna and surrounding Patriot’s plantations.




2021 List of Exhibitors 

Living History and CraftsPeople

The Chesapeake Independent Blues Historical Interpreters – Revolutionary period

Jerome Bias – Open Hearth Cooking

“Ned Hector”, Revolutionary War Soldier portrayed by Noah Lewis

Marvin Greer –  Living History

Gina Gerhard – Flax spinning

Christine Brooks – Quiltmaker

Donna Hayden and Makayla Gibson – herbs and cooking assistant

LaSara Kinser – African American medicinal herb use

Aleta Davis – Braided rugs

Mark Williams – Blacksmith

Paul Gasparo – Horn and Leather Wares

For Woodness Sake – 18th c. Woodworking

Carolyn Hoiler – Antique Dolls

Mickey Stant – Broom Maker

Lady Aimee’s Fine Sewing and Sutlery

Art Malestein as “Christopher Nutter, Indian Trader”

Handsell Docents and Greeters in Period Dress

“British Attacks on Vienna” – display in the Parlors by Ted Corbett, PhD

 Environmental and Historic Museums

Dorchester Citizens for Planned Growth and Nanticoke Watershed Alliance – Richard Ball

Harriet Tubman UGRR State Park and Visitors Center

UGRR “Network to Freedom” – National Park

UGRR National Historic Park – Sack Races!

Handsell – Nanticoke Historic Preservation Alliance

Native American

Terry Crannell – Artifact Collection

Phillip Goldsborough – Chipping and Native Crafts

Pocomoke Indian Nation 

Drew Shuptar – Rayvis  17th c. Native Interpreter, Pocomoke Descendant

Nause Waiwash Band of Indians

Herman Jackson of the Nanticokes, Mildford DE

Native Food Tent by Roy Saunders, Lenni Lenape of DE


Mandala Pies

Edward Otter, PhD.  The Artifact at Handsell

Boy Scouts of American Troop # 1091 – Parking volunteers







5 thoughts on “2021 Theme explores the 1781 British attacks on the custom port of Vienna.

  1. 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.


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