Ann Tyminkski and her husband Chester Tyminkski of Owings Mills, Md., take pictures of Sean Andrews who plays Jon Costigon as he works with a tool called a shavehorse, which was used to make parts for building in the Settlement Site at the Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo, N.C. Saturday June 5, 2004.
Ann Tyminkski and her husband Chester Tyminkski of Owings Mills, Md., take pictures of Sean Andrews who plays Jon Costigon as he works with a tool called a shavehorse, which was used to make parts for building in the Settlement Site at the Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo, N.C. Saturday June 5, 2004. Chris Keane NYT
Ann Tyminkski and her husband Chester Tyminkski of Owings Mills, Md., take pictures of Sean Andrews who plays Jon Costigon as he works with a tool called a shavehorse, which was used to make parts for building in the Settlement Site at the Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo, N.C. Saturday June 5, 2004. Chris Keane NYT

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