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August 2014 Source Guide
Eye on Antiques: A Mill for Your Morning Joe
The Revolution made coffee America’s preferred morning brew, and American inventiveness created an array of devices for grinding the beans. The variety of surviving coffee mills—some going back to the 18th Century—make them surprisingly available and affordable collectibles.
Restoration Begins at Home
A love of old houses led Reid Thomas to become a state restoration specialist in North Carolina, advising homeowners how to revive their treasures. Then chance led to him acquiring a derelict early-19th-Century farm—which put his professional abilities to the test—and garnering a place on the National Register
Life in Early America: Dancing with the Masters
Whether for deportment, exercise, establishing contacts, or just plain fun, everyone in the American colonies danced. English country dances—focused more on where you stood with your partner rather than fancy footwork—brought couples together with steps easy enough for all to participate.
Dreaming Old New England
Conceived in 1936 as a delightful way to showcase one family’s burgeoning collection of antique furniture and decorative accessories, Old Sturbridge Village has grown into a living history museum that immerses visitors in every aspect of life in 1830s New England.
The entry deadline for the 2023 Directory of
Traditional American Crafts has passed. We are now processing entries and submitting
them to our jurors. We will contract entrants after the jurors have made ther decisions.