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Glaize Program

"The Glaize" is based on a multicultural fronteir settlement from the 1790's made up of hundreds of Shawnee, Miami, and Delaware Indians, British and French traders and artisans, a few African American and white American captives, and whites who had married into or been adopted by Indian families. 

This historical Utopia offers the opportunity to participate in activities like blacksmithing, tomahawk throwing, native Pow Wow dancing, and Mountain Man rendezvous.

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