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August 2015 Source Guide
Master and Commander
Welcome to Winterthur
Given charge of his family’s Delaware estate, Henry Francis du Pont planted gardens in memory of his mother. Later, he was among the first to recognize the value of America’s heritage and started collecting antiques, eventually turning his estate into our nation’s foremost museum of American material culture.
Not Quite Negative Space
Jeffrey Morgan saved a derelict New York farmhouse he had admired for years, moved it to his Connecticut property, and restored it. Now a small cottage for guests, it holds an enviable collection of early Hudson Valley antiques notable for their original surfaces.
When the Circus Came to Town
An Englishman with a knack for horsemanship inspired the first circus. Once the show crossed the ocean in the late 1700s, American promoters added acrobats, exotic animals, spectacles, a traveling big top, and the allimportant clown to amuse the public.
Rice in Early America
Beginning in the late 1600s, Southerners transformed their flat, watery terrain into fields of gold. The rice they cultivated fed an international market, made millionaires of plantation owners, and cemented slavery as a social institution. Mechanized farming in the West eventually ended rice’s reign in the Carolinas.
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