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October 2010 Source Guide
Eye on Antiques: Glove Story
Gloves protected hands from weather and signs of work, becoming a status symbol first in Europe and then in the colonies. No longer fashionable for the elite, they have become surprisingly affordable collectibles.
The Compleat Collector
Raised in antiques-rich Connecticut, Jeffrey Morgan started early as a collector and restorer of old homes. His 1743 saltbox in Kent showcases his
accomplishments in both.
Song of the Wilderness
Pam and J. P. Stohrer found a private retreat where they could share their mutual love of music and the outdoors in a centuries-old Cape Cod home nestled in 50 acres of New Hampshire wilderness.
Early American Life: America Runs on Rum
Once they tasted the distillate of molasses, colonists couldnít get enough. They drank it, bathed in it, cleaned with it, produced it, traded it, and eventually went to war over it.
Side by Side: Early American Decoys
Long before Europeans settled North America, the native people devised a way to bring the continentís limitless flocks of birds down to earth for hunting. Decoys made to attract flying quarry have gone from functional to folk art.