Tag: Pennsylvania

  • It’s Old Home Week!

    It’s Old Home Week!

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    Small towns in New England and the Mid-Atlantic lost population as westward migration and the lure of factory work drew young people away. Old Home Week attempted to lure them back.

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  • Woman Suffrage Liberty Bell

    Woman Suffrage Liberty Bell

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    When Abigail Adams penned a letter in 1776 to her husband, congressman John Adams, asking him to please “remember the ladies” as he and his fellow founding fathers were preparing our nations new code of laws, she undeniably meant to include women with the men, the mothers with the fathers and the daughter with the…

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  • James Buchanan at Home in Pennsylvania and the rankings of presidents of the United States

    James Buchanan at Home in Pennsylvania and the rankings of presidents of the United States

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    Wheatland, the home of James Buchanan, is a small estate in the rolling-hills of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, eighty miles west of Philadelphia. It was much the same 165 years ago, an unlikely place to find a presidential candidate who would be dubbed a “doughface.”

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Past Article

Mary Irvine

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Postcard collectors have many reasons for collecting, but there are some who collect cards showing postcards. This seems to be a common theme on French postcards. The cards that show postcards on a postcard often have the best histories. Here is one of the best.

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