Below are links to articles and websites that I found interesting or familiar
about doing things the "old time way."
A publication about life in the Ozarks. There are many issues online [go to the Bittersweet link above for more].
- Bottoming Chairs
- Children's Games
- Child's Play
- Crackers, Coal Oil, and Conversation at the Country Store
- Feather Bedding
- Hill Recipes [Cooking with Molasses]
- Kewpishly Yours
- Pie Supper
- Plucking Ducks [For Feather Beds & Pillows]
- The Sweeter the Juice [Wine Making]
- This Speech of Ours [Ozark Sayings]
- Waterwitching I [My uncle recently told us that my dad could do this in his younger days.]
- Waterwitching II
- White Oak Baskets - Baskets the Lyn Marble Way
Appalachian Blacksmithing Assn. This is an education site regarding blacksmithing - includes a page on this History of blacksmithing.
Conner Prairie: History Online
Godey's Lady's Book Online
Grandma Trowbridge's Narrative
OLD Slang and Phrases
Remember Mama's Recipes (Tried & True Remedies)
The American Blacksmith
The Costume Gallery's Research Library
The Old Timer's Page
Tips for Riding Stagecoach
War Eagle Mill
What is a DogTrot?
Return to Madison County, AR Genealogy
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