Living history

Jeff Hunlock, or "Bear Claw Jeb" shows off part of his collection of artifacts at Wapakoneta Middle School on Thursday afternoon. Hunlock, using his collection, gave a presentation to students on Native American history.
By: 
AJ HECHT
Staff Writer

"A walking, talking textbook."

That's how Wapakoneta Middle School Guidance Counselor Mark Koch introduced their guest on Thursday afternoon.

Donned in deer skin and a coyote skin cap, Bear Claw Jeb โ€” also known as Jeff Hunlock โ€” with his textbook-like wealth of knowledge โ€” took a choir room full of 5th graders on a trip back in time.

Hunlock, with a seemingly endless supply of Native American artifacts, gave the students...

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