Dressed in French-Canadian pioneer attire, Gene 'Winter Elk' Picor entertains young and old alike as he tells a story at the Fur Trade Day at the Monroe County Historical Museum's Navarre-Anderson Trading Post.
Dressed in French-Canadian pioneer attire, Gene ‘Winter Elk' Picor entertains an audience with a story about early settlers at the Fur Trade Day at the Monroe County Historical Museum's Navarre-Anderson Trading Post in Monroe.
Jim Watko, dressed as a militiaman, shows his sword to Travis Burt, 7, Toledo.
Travis Burt, 7, of Toledo listens to Jim Watko, in the period clothing of a militiaman, talk about his sword.
A canoe hangs from the ceiling of the Navarre-Anderson Trading Post as Jim Watko, dressed as a French militianman, heads outside.
Elsewhere on the grounds, a costumed re-enactor walks out of the post that features a canoe like the kind that plied the River Raisin in the 1790s.
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