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Firing up the past
Traditions event teaches ancient skill of fire-making
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In a world overflowing with gidgets and gadgets, sometimes it’s nice to get back to the basics. It is precisely that line of thinking that inspired the Northeast Georgia History Center to launch the Forgotten Past: Keeping Traditions Alive educational program. “On Saturday morning, we have the first of a series of five classes intended to teach our audience the old ways of the traditional methods and techniques our ancestors used as a matter of course in their lives,” said Julie Carson, center education and volunteer coordinator.