The Back-StayShiloh Museum Blog
Spout Spring was a Fayetteville neighborhood settled by formerly enslaved people and their descendants after the Civil War. . . .
In the 1960s, “Stack-Sack” construction was a new way of building walls made by filling burlap sacks with concrete, stacking them on steel rods, and then coating the exterior with cement. . . .
This skeleton costume was made by Collegeville Costumes Company of Collegeville, Pennsylvania. . . .
A couple years ago I went to my first-ever minor league professional baseball game. It began a love affair that I thought might wane, but it has not. I went to my first major league game . . .
When cataloging an artifact, many aspects of it can be extremely helpful in determining how it was used, where it came from, and the date range of manufacture and/or use. . . .
There is a saying, “all good things must come to an end.” Soon, our “Instruments of Faith” exhibit on the life and work of folk instrument maker Ed Stilley will close. For me . . .