Sacagawea returns through History Alive to teach about past

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BECKLEY, WV (WVNS) — History came alive on Sunday for some people in Beckley. The Wildwood Museum put on a program focused on recreating history for attendees.

On July 28, Sacagawea came to life to allow people to learn about hers. Mary Dailey, who portrayed her, said it is important to continue to remember the historical figures in our country.

“We are connected to the ancestors,” Dailey said. “We are connected to the ones that are coming, so we all play an important role and it’s all connected.”

History Alive is put on by the West Virginia Humanities Council.

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