Kent’s Carvers and Clubs: Guides, Gunners and Co-Ops
In the Rock Hall area of Kent County, virtually every young man grew up learning to hunt waterfowl in the early 1900s. That intimate knowledge of birds, their habits and their habitat translated into a marketable skill as gunning became the pastime of the wealthy. Oral history excerpts reveal the stories of hardworking guides, who found vital supplemental seasonal income. Captain John Glenn fashioned hand-chopped decoys and began to work with other local carvers to supply a wide variety of stool. This exhibition shares the stories of Maryland’s Kent County carvers and hunting clubs through a collection of decoys, oral histories, historic photographs, and other artifacts.
Date & Time
Nov 01, 2018 through Mar 31, 2019
10:00AM - 4:00PM