Museum at Conche

Our gracious hostess here in Conche is my nephew Dan’s mother-in-law, Joan Simmonds, one of the heads of the French Shore Historical Society Interpretive Center which is open everyday for visitors to view a variety of artifacts from the area as well as the Tapestry of the Treaty of Utrecht. The stories surrounding these exhibits are wonderful and too many to recount here but they tapestries are all done by the hands of local women who are still working on portions. They are well worth a visit as well as another extensive tapestry is on view on an upper floor.

 

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