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December 2013 Source Guide
A career move gave Brian and Paula Walton little time to find a suitable house for their antiques and a growing family. A spacious 18th-Century Connecticut farmhouse proved an enduring solution.
Small House, Big Project
Architectural historian Joan Berkey and husband Scott Smith fell in love with a tiny, almost untouched 1790 New Jersey house and spent years meticulously restoring it to ensure its long-term survival.
Expressions of Gratitude and Generosity
Inspired by the sentiments of the upcoming holiday season, we’ve gathered simple natural elements and the work of heritage artisans to create holiday mantel vignettes for your period home.
The Case for Sausage
Each autumn our ancestors culled their flocks and herds for food through the winter. Frugally using every scrap of each animal, they chopped the odd bits, added spice and fillers, and created delicious sausages.
Life in Early America: All About Abby
A President’s match in romance and wit, Abigail Adams proved a remarkable woman for her times. Her recently re-restored birthplace in Weymouth, Massachusetts, now focuses on interpreting her surprising life.
Preserving Your Photos
Whether captured on glass, tin, or paper, early photographic images are fragile survivors. Conservators offer you guidance in preserving and displaying your family photos or image collection.
Side by Side: American Woodcarving
With only a knife, a chunk of wood, and some imagination, carvers have been crafting useful, decorative, and whimsical objects for centuries. We profile four of today’s heritage woodcarvers.
Tracking Betsy Doyle
An obscure memorial and later engraving led this historian on a hunt for the true identity of a nearly forgotten War of 1812 heroine.