Mountain Woman Churning Butter

Mountain woman churning butter on the steps of front porch of her home. Up Burton's Fork off Middle Fork of the Kentucky River. Breathitt County, Kentucky Library of Congress CALL NUMBER LC-USF34- 055754-D DIGITAL ID (intermediary roll film) fsa 8c13539

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grade Level: Kindergarten-5th grade

Subject: Social Studies, Information Skills, Computer Technology

By Donna Nickel

East Franklin Elementary School- Macon County Schools

Many pioneers did not know how to read or write. Nevertheless, they had to know many skills that the average person today does not know. Visit our pages and see some skills a pioneer had to know to survive.

Adventures of the American Mind- Western Carolina University

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