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Join Zoe to take a peek inside the Lancaster Longhouse, a full scale replica of a local native dwelling at the 1719 Hans Herr House and Museum in Willow Street, Pennsylvania. This longhouse was designed based on a longhouse uncovered in nearby Washington Boro in 1969 through the cooperative effort of a number of local organizations.

We went to the Lancaster Longhouse seeking inspiration for Zoe's native shelter project, and we were not disappointed. Dig deeper into the history at http://hansherr.org
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Seth Dochter7 mons ago
@Tatum Pollich definitely a proud Dad! She loves making videos and the stage. She’s already asking for her own YouTube channel lol
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Seth Dochter7 mons ago
@Sebastian Strosin couldn’t help but try to imagine. I bet my imagination falls short of the real thing.
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Seth Dochter7 mons ago
@Savannah Reilly must have been a rough journey!
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Seth Dochter7 mons ago
@Jermaine Bailey could help but imagine that myself. I’m looking forward to exploring the local native culture more, this was a lot of fun!
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Tatum Pollich7 mons ago
The child's voice was so cute and cute that I could not help listening to it several times. The children are always so pure.
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Oh, my god, this is where human beings live, and I can't imagine their lives back then.
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Savannah Reilly7 mons ago
Although here is very capacious, but such living environment is not very good really, after all even the bed is made from woods.
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Jermaine Bailey7 mons ago
I can imagine how people live in there. Such a different world and special culture
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