Tag Archive: history a la carte

Mar 07 2017

History A’la Carte March 2017

  It can’t possibly be a surprise that I read tons of history articles each week. I just can’t help myself–I’ve got to share some of the fascinating things I’ve come across. Here are a few of my recent favorites:      Globes were all the rage in 18th century Today we’re so used to using …

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Feb 14 2017

Valentine’s Day History A’la Carte 2017 edition

    How much do you know about Valentine’s Day history? Test your knowledge against these articles!     Vinegar Valentines: for the one you love to hate? Whether received from an embittered ex or a cruel practical joker, it would have been a nasty surprise to open any of these cards, dating from the …

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Jan 21 2017

History A’la Carte Jan 2017

It can’t possibly be a surprise that I read tons of history articles each week. I just can’t help myself–I’ve got to share some of the fascinating things I’ve come across. Here are a few of my recent favorites:  Odd Jobs: Clowns, Jesters, and Fools in Medieval and Tudor England  Even in medieval times, people …

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Dec 25 2016

A Little Christmas History

Merry Christmas and Many Blessings to you and yours!    I hope you are enjoying a wonderful time with those you love this holiday season. Grab a cup of cocoa, put your feet up and enjoy a little bit of the season’s history.            *~*~*~*~*~* Christmas History*~*~*~*~*~* History of Christmas  History of …

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Dec 19 2016

History A’la Carte~December 2016

It can’t possibly be a surprise that I read tons of history articles each week. I just can’t help myself–I’ve got to share some of the fascinating things I’ve come across. Here are a few of my recent favorites:  Extreme Bagpiping Situations, From Antarctica to the Beaches of D-Day Apparently they show up in the …

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