Monthly Archives: December 2015

History of the Christmas Card

Have you sent out your Christmas cards yet? If not, you’re really cutting it close! I thought my readers (if I have any out there) might be interested in the history of the Christmas card. Did you know that the … Continue reading

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An 18th Century Christmas

I went to Fort Boonesborough on Friday evening, Dec. 11, with some friends to experience an 18th Century Christmas. The event was called “Christmas on the Frontier, Fort Boonesborough,” and it was a most interesting expedition. The fort was lit … Continue reading

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Ruptured Duck

On a recent visit to the Laurel County History Museum and Genealogy Center, I was impressed by the number and quality of World War II artifacts and information at the facility. Shirley Landen, one of the volunteers who keeps the … Continue reading

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