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“Farmington Cookbook” by Marie Craig

Recently, I was able to borrow a really interesting book that was written in 1924. Continue reading ““Farmington Cookbook” by Marie Craig”

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“Things” by Marie Craig

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“Decluttering” by Marie Craig

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“Thank You, Mocksville” by Marie Craig

I just returned from a two-day visit to Columbia, South Carolina.   Continue reading ““Thank You, Mocksville” by Marie Craig”

“Buttons” by Marie Craig

As a child, I had a moderate amount of toys which were fun to play with.  Continue reading ““Buttons” by Marie Craig”

“Windblown” by Marie Craig

Several years ago, I owned a home with a garage attached, but it had a less-expensive metal, segmented door without any insulation.  Continue reading ““Windblown” by Marie Craig”

“Entertainment in Mocksville in 1950” by Marie Craig

Mocksville Enterprise, August 24, 1950, page 5:  Continue reading ““Entertainment in Mocksville in 1950” by Marie Craig”

“February Was a Crazy Month, 1924” from the diary of a 12-year-old girl by Marie Craig

Calvin Coolidge has been our President in Washington City for the past three years.  Continue reading ““February Was a Crazy Month, 1924” from the diary of a 12-year-old girl by Marie Craig”

“The 1850 Census” by Marie Craig

DATA: The first United States census was taken in 1790 and then every ten years after that.  Continue reading ““The 1850 Census” by Marie Craig”

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