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Sharon Combs

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Dancing at elementary school
Demostrating Dance.
Sharon and Child weaving
Teaching Weaving.
Story Time
Story Time.
At the Drum
At the Drum.

Sharon, (known as Sundancer) and Bill Combs have been married for 31 years.
They have been doing living history for five years as well as being members of the United Lumbee.
Both have been members of the Campbell County Heritage Association for a number of years.

Sharon is part of the primitive woman’s camp demonstrating day-to-day living in the 1800s, does Inkle Loom weaving and both participate in Native dancing. Sharon has been a member of the NMLRA for 20 years.

Sharon is currently serving as the Secretary for MVR.
She has collected a great deal of the historical data on the Miami Valley.
It can be read now online; please click here.

Copies of the Miami Valley History (so far) are available in PDF and Microsoft Word.
Click for here for Microsoft Word and Click for here for PDF.
Please note; it is currently twenty-four (24) pages long.

Their son Larry also known as Little Bear has been
participating in Native dancing for the past five years.

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