The Anne Of Green Gables Museum – Literary Walk-Through & Bucket List

The Anne of Green Gables series written by Lucy Maud Montgomery is without a doubt one of the dearest pieces of literature I have ever read in this world, and the novels will always hold the number one spot in my heart. In today’s post, we will discuss the Anne of Green Gables Museum that was created in the honor of L. M Montgomery.

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WWI Eyewitness Account ╽Inside The American Ambulance Service 1914

In the summer of 1914, The U.S implemented a volunteer ambulance service in France at the beginning of WWI. The goal was to assist those injured outside of Paris in an American hospital. German troops had been storming France all summer long and those being wounded on the front lines needed transportation to receive medical care.

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Nothing Like Homemade: Making Beer, Wine, and Spirits during Prohibition

In today’s post we will be discussing the process of making beer, wine, and spirit during prohibition. This article is brought to you from Thomas Richardson, author of the blog History Here and Now. Prohibition was an eighteenth amendment to the U.S constitution ratified on January 16th, 1919, It was repealed On December 5, 1933.

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