Elizabeth Rowland, Katelynn Rector, Ashley Morrison and Emma Myers, at left, “prime” their recycling boxes for decorating during the summer camp at the Doak House Museum last week. Noah Seib and Cameron Conner, at right, try their hand at an archeological dig behind the kitchen of the 19th century house. Making recycling boxes and doing an archeological exploration were just part of the “Investigate It!: Art, Earth & History” summer adventure camp June 22-25 at the museum on the Tusculum College campus. About 20 young people had the chance to explore archeology, genealogy and recycling through hands-on activities such as crafting tin-punch lanterns, painting bird-house gourds, putting together corn shuck dolls and making paper and bottle bird feeders. The participants also enjoyed listening to storytellers and learning about the history of the campus of Tennessee’s oldest college. The Doak House Museum and the President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library are operated by the Tusculum College Department of Museum Program and Studies.