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Month: October 2018

Outreach at the Plymouth History Museum

Outreach at the Plymouth History Museum

Plymouth Historical Society led tours of the Museum and Carriage House for Oakwood Elementary School second grade classes on October 2 and 4. Students were transported back in time as they listened to a Norwegian immigrant tell the story of his journey to America, took a simulated carriage ride, and learned about the types of everyday activities kids their own age would have experienced in the 19th century. CCX TV ran a story about the visits, which aired October 2. The…

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Reasons to Study Your Family History

Reasons to Study Your Family History

A high school classmate of mine repeatedly told people his family history traced back to both Winston Churchill and Abraham Lincoln. He shared this fact so much that peers began referring to him by a nickname, “Winston.” He very well could be related to those two famous historical figures. There is a theory that there are only six degrees of separation between any living human being. Why would historical connections be any different? In my recent studies of the Creelman…

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