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What Is It? November 2020

What Is It? November 2020

   The objects are prehistoric stone axes. These are all lower grade tools. Two lack the shape and workmanship of finer examples. The two celt type axes are much smaller and have significant damage to the bit ends.    We had two correct answers to our November’s What Is It. Vicky Kellen of Castle Pines, Colorado and Jerome McLaren of Conifer, Colorado […]

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Small Business Saturday: Homestead Antique Mall Leading the Way

Small Business Saturday: Homestead Antique Mall Leading the Way

Help Support Small Business Saturday, November 28    Small Business Saturday is a way for people to support small businesses that are a large part of our community. Homestead Antique Mall is a great example.. Located at 6530 Wadsworth Blvd. in Arvada, it has over 70 of Denver’s finest dealers with a wide variety of antiques and collectibles. So, if you […]

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Love Is All We Need

Love Is All We Need

Thanksgiving Art, 2 By Sandy Dale    “Okay, folks, it’s all over but the shoutin’,” my great-gram used to say. (She was an avid wrestling fan.) By the time you read this, the 2020 election will be over. Well, maybe. There may, indeed, be some shoutin’. So whether you are raising your beer in celebration or crying in it, the time […]

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American History: November Anniversaries

Nov. 3 – Election Day Nov. 9 – 400th Anniversary of the Mayflower arriving at Cape Cod, MA Nov. 10 – Congress establishes U.S. Marine Corps (1775) Nov. 11 – Veterans Day Nov. 17 – Articles of Confederation submitted to the states for ratification (1777) Nov. 26 – Thanksgiving Day Nov. 27 – American Indian Heritage Day

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By Robert Reed    In the National Museum of American History in the nation’s capitol is a black and white image of a beautiful Crow Indian girl with doll in a traditional cradle. The photograph was taken in 1888.    Like children everywhere, Native American children have loved to play with dolls over the centuries. In most cases such dolls for them […]

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