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Six Colonial Homes by Wallace Nutting

Wallace Nutting was a dyspeptic minister so overwhelmed by urban life and modern values that he led countless Americans into a nostalgic vision of the colonial age. He was the Martha Stewart of the Colonial Revival, influencing the décor of ...

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Six Prohibition Speakeasies You Can Still Visit

When the 18th Amendment to the Constitution took effect on January 17, 1920, New England’s taverns suddenly became speakeasies. Law enforcement couldn’t keep up, and liquor and beer were easy to find. Many old New England homes, drugstores, restaurants and ...

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The 21 New England Capitals

New England cities and towns used to vie for state capitals the way they now court sports stadiums, with the result that 21 New England capitals graced the land since Europeans settled the region. Rhode Island, the tiniest state, has ...

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