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SANTA CLAUS AND THE CIVIL WAR

SANTA CLAUS AND THE CIVIL WAR

Americans celebrated Christmas on the eve of the Civil War much like we do today. There were Christmas cards, caroling, festive parties and dances. “Egnogging” was one of the favorite traditions, supplanting wassailing of colonial times. Santa Claus was also a major part of Christmas. New York clergyman Clement Clarke ... Read More »

Brown to Speak at Historic Locust Grove

Brown to Speak at Historic Locust Grove

Kent Masterson Brown will speak at “Locust Grove,” the last “home” of George Rogers Clark, on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. The lecture is entitled: “An Intimate Portrait of Daniel Boone.” Click on the link below for more information. Brown’s film production, “Daniel Boone and the Opening of the ... Read More »

FINAL CALL FOR INDIVIDUAL SPONSORS

FINAL CALL FOR INDIVIDUAL SPONSORS

“I remember the old home very well:” The Lincolns in Kentucky Witnessing History, LLC is now entering the final stages of production of the film, “I remember the old home very well:” The Lincolns in Kentucky. We have filmed in Washington County (where Abraham Lincoln’s mother and father were married) and Jefferson ... Read More »

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