The Hudson's Bay general store.
The children were playing games that date back to the 1800s.
Enjoying some fiddle music on the porch of the factor's home.
One of the volunteers dressed in costume for the festivities.
Entertaining in the parlor of the factor's home.
Christmas wreath on the front door of the factor's home.
The children's bedroom in the factor's home.
A lantern and a little greenery makes a simple Christmas decoration.
Tack inside the barn at Ft Nisqually.
Sawing the Yule Log.
The man in the top hat represents Dr. Tolmie who was the chief factor of the fort in 1855. He was born in Scotland.
A corner of the kitchen where the women were baking.
Yummy gingersnap cookies.
Some of the herbs and spices that were available in 1855.
Stores of baking supplies.
Kitchen workers around the wood stove.
These women were working in the kitchen making Christmas cookies.
A young volunteer tends the fire.
Some of the volunteers surveying the garden.
A young girl knitting.
Simple yet beautiful Christmas decorations.
Simple Christmas decorations in one of the bedrooms.
This lady was giving a wool spinning demonstration.
Young volunteers are busy making Christmas decorations.