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The 1700s come to life in Oldham County

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History buffs united in Oldham County celebrating the "Colonial Trade Faire." History buffs united in Oldham County celebrating the "Colonial Trade Faire."
Also on hand was "The Doctor," an 18th century surgeon re-enactor who showed crowds just how painful it must have been to go under the knife in the 1700s. Also on hand was "The Doctor," an 18th century surgeon re-enactor who showed crowds just how painful it must have been to go under the knife in the 1700s.
The Oldham County History Center featured the event Sunday as merchants dressed in 18th century period clothing and sold hand crafted wares. The Oldham County History Center featured the event Sunday as merchants dressed in 18th century period clothing and sold hand crafted wares.
This was the third year for the event. This was the third year for the event.

OLDHAM COUNTY, KY (WAVE) - History buffs united in Oldham County celebrating the Colonial Trade Faire.

This was the third year for the event by the Oldham County History Center which featured merchants dressed in 18th Century period clothing and selling hand crafted wares.

Also on hand was "The Doctor," an 18th Century surgeon re-enactor who showed crowds just how painful it must have been to go under the knife in the 1700s.

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