10/10/13 St. Matthew’s Episcopal School Speaking Event – 4th & 5th Grade Classes


 

10/10/13 St. Matthew's Episcopal School

10/10/13 St. Matthew’s Episcopal School Classes

On Thursday October, 10, 2013, Mrs. Coni Dubois came to talk about genealogy to 4th and 5th grade. She told us about her family tree. She also showed us games the Native Americans played. Then, she told us her theory about how every plant can help to cure a sickness. Mrs. Coni even told us that she has found 38,000 people in the family trees she has researched. She has discovered she’s related to Lewis and Clark! Finally, at the end, she showed us many Native American artifacts.

By Triston Loney

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