Nutmeg scholarship essay

Al Muller grew up hunting and fishing in the woods surrounding his New Orleans home. He taught himself to carve hunting decoys and duck calls "out of necessity," and walking sticks and decorative pieces "just to keep busy." After marriage, he and his wife Hazel became a fun-loving and adventurous couple who shared their love of nature with their children, danced regularly, and taught themselves to build pirogues for their own use. "Mr. Al" has been featured in several books, and he has represented Louisiana decoy-carving and boat-building traditions at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition, and at the Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife.

Nutmeg scholarship essay

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