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Tending Your Herb Garden in Colonial America

Spring is right around the corner! We’ve all been impatiently waiting to spend more time outdoors after a very long winter. From the heavy snowfalls to cancelled holiday gatherings, to of course taking the most safety precautions any of us have in recent memory, winter (let alone the entire year of 2020) is just about behind us. […]

Keeping Warm in Colonial America

With less than two months to go until the official start of spring, the chilly, brisk air of winter is keeping us inside, warmed by our furnace or heating system, and out of the cold. But our colonial ancestors weren’t so lucky, solely relying on their fireplace for heat. The Franklin stove was invented in […]

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