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Portrait of 18C American Woman

1764John Singleton Copley 1738-1815 Mrs. Samuel Hill, nee Miriam Kilby Thyssen Bornemisza Mus Spain
From: 18th-century American Women on 15 Sep 2019

Minute Man Park Celebrates Its Sixtieth

Minute Man National Historical Park is celebrating the sixtieth year since its creation by act of Congress this month.This weekend there are a couple of recurring programs.Saturday, 14 September, 1:00-4:00 P.M.In the NewsWhat were local people talking...
From: Boston 1775 on 14 Sep 2019

A few 1760s-90s London prints of women doing domestic chores

London printmakers published hundreds of popular & satirical mezzotints between 1760 and 1800, many of which quickly found their way to the British American colonies and later to the new republic.  These prints give a glimpse into the everyday...
From: 18th-century American Women on 14 Sep 2013

Portrait of 18C American Woman

1764  John Singleton Copley 1738-1815  Mrs Epes Sargent Catherine Osborne
From: 18th-century American Women on 13 Sep 2019

‘A Gift from the King’ – a Guest Post by Daniel Williams of King Charles I Return

My name is Daniel Williams. For a year and a half, I have been recreating King Charles I and faithfully bringing him to life to the delight (and sometimes bemusement) of the public. My travels have taken me around the UK from Scotland to Isle of Wight...
From: The Seventeenth Century Lady on 12 Sep 2019

Portrait of 18C American Woman

1763 William Johnston 1732-1772 Mrs Thomas Mumford VI Brooklyn
From: 18th-century American Women on 11 Sep 2019

Zaffer

Antique Apothecary jars,cobalt blue glass.As best as I can remember, the first time that I really noticed glass was at four or five years old, at my grandmother's house in Queens, New York. The sunlight filtering through a low window caught my eye with...
From: Conciatore on 11 Sep 2019

Museum of Appalachia to Host “Days of the Pioneer” Antique Exposition - September 13th & 14th

Museum of Appalachia P.O. Box 1189, Norris, TN 37828 Phone: 865-494-7680 or 494-0514 E-mail: janmarshall@museumofappalachia.org www.museumofappalachia.orgMuseum of Appalachia to Host “Days of the Pioneer” Antique Exposition - September 13th...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 10 Sep 2019

1588 in 1988

When we were in the ECWS in 88 we did a few Armada themed things. We did a week at Basing which I have posted about before but we also did a beacon celebration on Westbury White Horse. My wife got rather good at doing ruffs. 
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 10 Sep 2019

The English Civil War Recreated in Colour Photographs by Honeywell and Spear.

This came out in 1993 and is a little different being in colour. I picked my copy cheaply from Bridgwater museum. See here for some pics
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 9 Sep 2019

The English Civil War - a living history - Paul Lewis Isemonger

Bought this book off Ebay for a few quid. It was first published in 1994 which was after my time but I do know quite a few depicted. It is all in black and white but it's very well done with brooding skies and brooding reenactors. Done in an informative...
From: Wars of Louis Quatorze on 9 Sep 2019

Portrait of 18C American Woman

1763 John Singleton Copley 1738-1815 Sarah Tyler Mrs Samuel Phillips Savage Worcest
From: 18th-century American Women on 9 Sep 2019

Now Online: Hundreds of Petitions to Local Magistrates, c.1570-17

Our first 572 full transcriptions of petitions from Elizabethan and Stuart England are now freely available to read and search at British History Online. One volume includes 297 requests and complaints submitted to the magistrates of Worcestershire and...

Tools Made from Rasps or Files

Tools Historic Maritime I (1607-1676): The First Colonial Dominion The Davistown Museum - Tools Made from Rasps or Files 31-Jul-14 Blacksmiths re-use worn or damaged files and rasps by making them into something else. All the tools listed here are also...
From: A Woodsrunner's Diary on 9 Sep 2019

Portrait of 18C American Woman

1765 Jeremiah Theus 1716-1774 Mary Cuthbert Mrs James Nat Gal Art encore
From: 18th-century American Women on 7 Sep 2019

September 6, 1769

What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today? Georgia Gazette (September 6, 1769). “IMPORTED in the Mermaid … WHITE PLAINS, LONDON DUFFILS, and HEADED SHAGS.” A short editorial note appeared at the bottom...
From: The Adverts 250 Project on 6 Sep 2019

Colonial Charter - 1672 Grant for the Province of New Jersey (by men, of course)

John Berkeley, 1st Baron Berkeley of Stratton (1602-1678) & Sir George Carteret (c.1610-1680) A Declaration of the True Intent and Meaning of us the Lords Proprietors, and Explanation of There Concessions Made to the Adventurers and Planters...
From: 17th-century American Women on 6 Sep 2019

The First and Ongoing Pauline Maier Seminar Series

The Boston Area Early American History Seminar has changed its name to the Pauline Maier Early American History Seminar, honoring the late M.I.T. professor who was an enthusiast for these discussion and many other ways of delving into the national past.The...
From: Boston 1775 on 5 Sep 2019

A Plan for a British “Female Corps”

The thought of allowing women to serve in combat was considered ridiculous only a few decades ago in most western nations; it was an... The post A Plan for a British “Female Corps” appeared first on Journal of the American Revolution.

Portrait of 18C American Woman

1763 John Singleton Copley 1738-1815 Mrs. John Scoally (Mercy Greenleaf) pvt
From: 18th-century American Women on 5 Sep 2019

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