A PHENOMENOLIGICAL STUDY OF A COMMUNITY BASED HISTORY PRESERVATION PROJECT
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James: They were other mannequins that were the fun part. They were not animatronic. There was a dog, and two non-gender specific mannequins, one dressed as a female and one dressed as and male. The kids would say “but that looks like a girl and that’s looks like a girl!” The kids would ask why was one dressed as a girl and one as a boy. They love the animatronic dog which wasn’t plugged in, it was still in they would always ask what its name was, I think I gave them to name Brownie.