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Pioneer Museum Hosts Blanco Students
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 • Posted April 19, 2012

The Blanco Pioneer Museum was honored to host the students of Bryan Wyatt’s World History classes. The students finished their unit on World War II and visited the museum to see actual artifacts from this event in history. Directors Nell Krueger and Linda Howard greeted the students while docents Dolores Bevers and Victor Hinze gave the tours. The students were very interested and asked many appropriate questions. Many of the students were interested in the garments worn by both sides of the war. One questions asked was why were most of the uniforms made of wool? One comment was, “this helmet is so very heavy, how did they wear it?!”

The museum hopes these young people will return and stay longer soon because time was so short with them. Remember the museum is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Find out more about the Blanco Pioneer Museum online at

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