Living history at History Alive


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Avery Helman, 10, of Bradford, makes her throw as Landon Helman, 10, Brant Helman, 15, Kelynn LeVeck, 13, of Pleasant Hill, Shannon LeVeck, Ben Campbell, and Jake Mohr play a game of Bocce Ball during Saturday’s History Alive event at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Wesley Burnside of Ft. Loramie tends to cooking at the primitive encampment at History Alive at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency near Piqua on Saturday.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Site Director Andy Hite watches as the General Harrison canal boat pulls to the dock along the restored section of the Miami & Erie Canal at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency near Piqua on Saturday during the second annual History Alive event.


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Avery Helman, 10, of Bradford, makes her throw as Landon Helman, 10, Brant Helman, 15, Kelynn LeVeck, 13, of Pleasant Hill, Shannon LeVeck, Ben Campbell, and Jake Mohr play a game of Bocce Ball during Saturday’s History Alive event at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency.

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Wesley Burnside of Ft. Loramie tends to cooking at the primitive encampment at History Alive at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency near Piqua on Saturday.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Site Director Andy Hite watches as the General Harrison canal boat pulls to the dock along the restored section of the Miami & Erie Canal at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency near Piqua on Saturday during the second annual History Alive event.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Avery Helman, 10, of Bradford, makes her throw as Landon Helman, 10, Brant Helman, 15, Kelynn LeVeck, 13, of Pleasant Hill, Shannon LeVeck, Ben Campbell, and Jake Mohr play a game of Bocce Ball during Saturday’s History Alive event at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/07/web1_070817mju_johnstonfarm_historyalive1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Avery Helman, 10, of Bradford, makes her throw as Landon Helman, 10, Brant Helman, 15, Kelynn LeVeck, 13, of Pleasant Hill, Shannon LeVeck, Ben Campbell, and Jake Mohr play a game of Bocce Ball during Saturday’s History Alive event at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Wesley Burnside of Ft. Loramie tends to cooking at the primitive encampment at History Alive at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency near Piqua on Saturday.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/07/web1_070817mju_johnstonfarm_historyalive2.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Wesley Burnside of Ft. Loramie tends to cooking at the primitive encampment at History Alive at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency near Piqua on Saturday.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Site Director Andy Hite watches as the General Harrison canal boat pulls to the dock along the restored section of the Miami & Erie Canal at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency near Piqua on Saturday during the second annual History Alive event.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/07/web1_070817mju_johnstonfarm_historyalive3.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Site Director Andy Hite watches as the General Harrison canal boat pulls to the dock along the restored section of the Miami & Erie Canal at the John Johnston Farm & Indian Agency near Piqua on Saturday during the second annual History Alive event.

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