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August 2012 Source Guide
Eye on Antiques: Revolution in Womenís Fashion
Social and political upheaval in the late 1700s and early 1800s influenced even the shape of women’s gowns, altering the silhouette to reflect classical and democratic ideals.
Lessons from Flintlock Farm
Phil and Beth Wilson are transforming a 1782 Massachusetts farm into a learning center for sustainable agricultural practices and other traditional skills of self-sufficiency.
Life in Early America: Building Old
In reconstructing James Anderson’s blacksmith shop and public armoury, tradespeople at Colonial Williamsburg used techniques that seem backwards today.
Keeping the Tradition
The stone house Daniel Royer built in 1812 escaped modernization until 1944, when new owners purchased it as a repository for their Pennsylvania German artifacts. Now owned by the town of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, Renfrew Museum and Park celebrates 200 years.
Enjoying Summerís Bounty
In summer colonists harvested a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables as well as milk and sweet butter. They ate some immediately and preserved the rest for leaner months to come.
Stories in Sterling
A New-York Historical Society exhibition puts four centuries’ worth of silver
masterpieces into their cultural context.
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