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January 25, 2019

5 Questions with Interpreter Lisa Maust

Interpreter Lisa Maust took some time to share how her passion for learning and her love of the outdoors come together in her role at Meadowcroft.

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December 27, 2018

5 Questions with… Interpreter Sarah Kizina

Sarah Kizina works as an interpreter at Meadowcroft, where she appreciates the chance to help visitors experience history outside of the traditional classroom setting. Interpreters like Kizina help history come to life, allowing for a deeper understanding of history through first-person perspectives.

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November 28, 2018

5 Questions with… 19th-Century Schoolmaster Gary Ford

Interpreter Gary Ford, a retired school teacher, spends most of his time as an 1800s schoolmaster inside the one-room schoolhouse in Meadowcroft’s 19th-century village. He also spends time interacting with school groups in the Monongahela Indian Village and dipping candles in the King House. Now that Meadowcroft’s 50th season has ended, we caught up with Ford to learn what it’s like interpreting history for visitors from around the region and around the world.

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