Cherrie Beam-Callaway

Discover what it was like to be a Nebraska settler between 1845 and 1870 in this first-person, Chautauqua-style presentation


Beam-Callaway, as Based on historical fact, this is a first-person Chautauqua-style presentation. Through a spellbinding rendition, viewers are transported in time to sail the ocean, ride the wagon trail, feel the loneliness and fight prairie fires. Laugh and cry with stories of successful crops, dancing, hard work, grasshoppers, losing loved ones and becoming an American. The program has two sequels entitled “The Courage to Continue” and “Grit n Gumption.” Educational and entertaining. This program is appropriate for all ages.

Cherrie Beam-Callaway

Title: Independent Scholar & Storyteller

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (402) 720-8484

City: Fremont

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