In this edition of History at Home, Pat & Gerard Morrisey show us their collection of antique stoneware crocks.
The Cobblestone Society is now 60 years young. We are celebrating the 60th anniversary of our founding in 1960. To commemorate this momentous occasion we have instituted a fundraising event called “Sixty for Sixty” with an aim to seek at least 60 donors willing to donate $60 each in honor
I hope you and your house-bound students are getting along okay. If you need a boost, here’s a short video that looks at Patent Medicines and Household Items from the 1800s. Discuss with your students how advertising and marketing products have changed. What is still the same?
The Cobblestone Museum is pleased to pay tribute to the many dedicated volunteers who helped make the Civil War Ghost Walk (October 2019) such a big success. The cast of about 75 made this production possible. Also, special thanks to show directors Sue Bonafini, Brenda Radzinski and Marty Taber. Preparations
This is going out to all of the new “home-school” parents responding to the school closures. David Damico demonstrates an old printing press from the Cobblestone Museum. Students are well aware of the speedy, efficient laser and ink-jet printers that meet our needs today. In the attached short-clip David demonstrates