“Native American Survival”

 

 

Compatriot Steve Burke presented his program “Native American Survival” to Burke County students Friday, April 22. His presentation included four tables of relics he fabricated from road kill, wood and metal. All of the items resemble items that Revolutionary War ancestors fabricated to survive during the 1700’s as they lived off the land by growing their own crops, hunting wild animals for their meat and cutting down trees to build their homes. Burke is the 1st Vice President of Swainsboro’s Wiregrass Chapter, Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution Chapter and a dual member of the Brier Creek Chapter in Screven County.

The Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution, presented the program

The Georgia Society Sons of the American Revolution, presented the program “Native American Survival” at the Burke County Library for the Edmund Burke DAR, Margaret Jones UDC and the Richard Warren Chapter of the Colonial Dames. (l to r) Steve Burke of the Wiregrass Chapter and Bernard Martin of the Brier Creek Chapter.

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