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People: Family Fortress
Behind the Scenes at Antiques Roadshow
We visit the top-rated show on the PBS network and find a well-honed production machine with volunteer appraisers who maintain high standards of both accuracy and fun in valuing your most treasured heirlooms.
Her Personal Playhouse
Once satisfied adding historic touches to their converted-barn home, David and Audrey Ann Krzeminski found her 1824 ancestral home, moved it to their suburban Pittsburgh property, and converted it into a restored gem reserved for family and social events.
Early Wood Screws in Furniture
Far from being a sign of restoration monkey business, wood screws in period furniture give supporting evidence of age. A conservator shows how different screws reveal how they were made—and when.
Old Salem's Heritage Gardens
Acres of carefully worked gardens at Old Salem recall the landscape of the early North Carolina community, where the utility, practicality, and sense of beauty of the original Moravian settlers united.
Like No Other
Not all Cape Cod homes are the same. Case in point: the unique home on the Massachusetts Cape designed by nuclear engineer Fred DeBoer to suit the practical needs and historical sensibilities of his wife, Irene.
Historic Mooresville, Alabama, rates as a tiny 19th-Century town that offers big hospitality. We take a tour down its shady streets to visit the homes and businesses of the delightfully sequestered community..
Oxen are just cattle with an education, and our experienced drover tells how you can teach your oxen to tackle the heavy work on your family farm, from plowing fields to pulling carts and logs.
The Arts of Early American Decoration
Seeking to explain a historical artifact or practice that seems odd or different often results in a historical myth. While some myths contain a nugget of truth—hatters, for instance, did go mad from mercury poisoning—most are just that.
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