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Christmas 2017 Source Guide
Early Board Games
Pilgrims played checkers but by the end of the 18th Century, board games gave children the colonial equivalents of Minecraft or Mario Kart 8—adventures with complex, even mind-boggling instructions that promised parents education along with entertainment.
A Christmas Stroll in Historic Wilmington
History and holiday festivities mix in the port city of Wilmington, North Carolina. We visit three architectural masterpieces spanning the colonial and antebellum eras to share Southern holiday traditions.
Serve Up a Tavern Tea
When the holidays arrive, serve up tea for a few special friends. The 1824 Dunham Tavern Museum provides the backdrop for our interpretation, dressed up for Christmas with a taste of old-fashioned cookies.
Old Christmas in a Tudor Manse
Old Christmas, as Washington Irving saw it, came in Tudor times, an age of grandeur bordering on overindulgence that made Puritans turn their backs on the holiday. Stan Hywet Hall, a 65-room Tudor Revival mansion in Akron, Ohio, rekindles the old-fashioned spirit of the early English holiday celebration.
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