Historic interpreter Anna Jane Taylor, above, tells the history of the grandfather clock in the central hall of the Doak House Museum during a special program there Thursday afternoon. The grandfather clock, encased in a cabinet made in Greene County, is an original piece of the circa 1830s home of the Rev. Samuel Witherspoon Doak and his family, which is now the Doak House Museum on the Tusculum College campus. Taylor presented “Walk in Her Footsteps: Sarah Doak on America’s First Frontier,” a program in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institution’s “Journey Stories” exhibit now on display at the Nathanael Greene Museum. Taylor took visitors on an informative and interesting tour of the Doak House, providing interesting facts about the daily lives of Rev. Doak, a co-founder of Tusculum College, his wife Sarah, and their family.