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Posted: Friday, April 6, 2007 10:00 pm

Living History Day in Sacramento

Life as it was in the 1800s will be portrayed at the living history day at Sutter's Fort today. Docents at the fort will plan their spring gardens and discuss new crops and those who attend will learn how food was grown and prepared in the 1800s. Characters depicted in the event will include Captain Sutter along with immigrant families, carpenters, bakers, spinners, trappers and Mexican soldiers.

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