ALBERT LEA, Minn. – Local students are getting a unique history lesson.
It’s all a part of Discovery History Days at the Freeborn County Historical Museum.
11th graders put on the presentations while fifth graders watch. The students get hands on experience in a variety of historical activities.
“They get to attend a one room schoolhouse. They learn about rope making, churning butter. Just all kinds of unique things. In the log cabin, they get to put mud between the logs to see what it would have been like to make a log cabin,” said Pat Mulso, the museum’s director.
This is the 17th annual Discovery History Days.