Massachusetts researchers are familiar with Part One of William Thomas Davis’ book “Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth” that deals with family genealogies in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Fewer are familiar with Part Two […]
Jello was popular in homes around America almost 100 years ago as witnessed in these Jello advertisements. Copyright (c) Lee Drew 2012-06-22 08:00:00 The URL for this post is: http://www.famhist.us/2012/06/22/1921-jello-advertisements/
Henry IV was the first of the Bourbon kings of France, reigning from 1589 until his death. A Protestant, Henry was involved in the Wars of Religion before his accession to the throne. He then converted to Catholicism, allegedly explaining his pragmatic philosophy with the statement, "Paris is well worth a mass." Five years later, he signed the Edic
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