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Colonial Tricorn Hat

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Boston: (Tea) Party like it's 1773
I've made the trek from New Hampshire to visit the museum with my 3-year-old, Chloe, who's having fun, despite wondering why there are so many pirates in this place; the re-enactors' tricorn hats are throwing her off. “They're not pirates,” I When

Canada Travel: Six things to do in Quebec City
Canada Travel: Six things to do in Quebec City Dress up like a colonial nobleman, complete with brocaded greatcoat, white tights and velvet pants, a tricorn hat and transport yourself through time. All in the name of a good fete. Come for five days of fun and frolics, mostly centred on Place Royale

Family Village gets $1.8M so gamers and grandmas can rewrite family history
Family Village gets $1.8M so gamers and grandmas can rewrite family history Avatars in the 1920s sport flapper dresses, while ancestors from the colonial era will wear breeches and tricorn hats. The game's scenarios are as historically accurate as possible and uphold the apparel, architecture, and social mores of any given

Coventry Farmers' Market Makes A Great Day Trip
But the interior, with its herb-filled kitchen and small closet where generations of children read their schoolbooks, holds some of Nathan's personal belongings as well as intriguing artifacts of daily Colonial-era life. Costumed guides relate the

Reexamining a Pair of Colonial Portraits Reveals One of Boston's Most Prolific Slave Traders

Even after a 10-year stint as a tricorn hat–clad “junior docent” at the Gilbert Stuart Birthplace in Rhode Island, I still find myself lulled into a nearly comatose state after spending a good chunk of time among the uniformly pallid, elegantly... Timothy Fitch by the English American portraitist Joseph Blackburn with a certain level of curatorial smugness, fitting the works into the well-established trope of “nouveau-riche colonial subjects demonstrating material wealth through portraiture. I approached the Peabody Essex Museum ’s c. 1760 pendant portraits of Mr. and Mrs. No other genre within the realm of American art can make a museumgoer’s eyes glaze over quite like colonial portraiture. Blackburn captures the societal aspirations and economic position of this self-assured couple as they embody the height of colonial gentility.

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