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Popular Pastimes in 18th Century America

It’s almost summer! Usually, that means fun-filled, family vacations to the beach or abroad, but due to COVID-19, our plans to venture out have been significantly impacted. Fortunately, if you take a trip back in time to 18th century America, you don’t have to leave your home to have some good, old-fashioned colonial fun! Imagine […]

Gardening in Colonial America

Spring is in the air, and summer is just around the corner, which has us thinking about warm weather, plenty of sunshine, and the smell of fresh flowers (unless, of course, you suffer from seasonal allergies!). When you picture a garden, you might see a backyard oasis full of blooming bushes and flowering vines draped […]

Education in 18th Century America

The global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, has forced thousands of schools to close, meaning children across America are continuing their education from the comfort of their own home. It’s an experience that we all are trying to work through — cabin fever is no fun for anyone! It’s hard transitioning from […]

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