December 5, 2016
Monday morning began with student investigation of the President Henry Tucker House. A brief break was allotted so that students could witness the installment of the new Royal Governor of Bermuda. Students then returned to the Tucker House to continue their investigation. The eighteenth century house sits along Water Street in St George’s and is now owned by the Bermuda National Trust. The house presents a series of interesting questions which students began to unravel with the aid of noted architectural historian, Ed Chappell. Led by Ed, Brent and the students closely studied the house in an initial attempt to better understand its evolution through time. With a short break for lunch, students spent the remainder of the day engulfed in the Tucker House’s mysteries.
-Morgan Granger, MSHP Class of 2017