It's been a long time since we've posted anything on this blog. So what has been updated since 2013? So far all the links have been update or deleted. Sadly we no longer have a youtube channel or twitter account. But the Facebook account remains to be updated in a weekly bases, thanks to friends … Continue reading New Year!!!
Though D-Day was 67 years ago today, World War II veterans Tracy Sugarman and Walter Blum remember the historic events of that day like it was yesterday. Sugarman was an ensign in U.S. Naval Reserve. His unit's mission on the day allied forces invaded Normandy, France was to transport men, supplies and vehicles to the … Continue reading D Day recalled by Veterans
Recently the Living History Podcast posted a podcast all about creating meals as a way to engage the public. Reenactors Gazette has been to several living history events where food demos have been the source of educating people, but lately many of the events we've gone to; the reenactors are loosing that interaction and seem … Continue reading Historical Cooking
WEAVERVILLE — The Zebulon Vance Birthplace is among eight historic sites that may close if proposed budget cuts make their way through the state legislature today, according to state officials. Gov. Bev Perdue's proposed budget already calls for a significant cut, but a budget proposal in the state House adds another $1.2 million in reductions. That … Continue reading Zebulon Vance Birthplace budget Victim
The American Civil War, always a topic of great interest, is even more in people's minds these days because of the 150th anniversary of its commencement. There wasn't much hoopla about the 250th anniversary of the French and Indian War, was there? Few people know much about it. William T. Johnson, co-founder of J.B. Solomon … Continue reading Reliving the 1700s in America
Many of us here in Billerica and throughout Massachusetts associate Patriots Day with the annual Boston Marathon. But what is Patriots Day all about and how is it celebrated in the neighborhood towns of Concord and Lexington? In reality Patriot's Day is a special Massachusetts State holiday commemorating the opening battle of the American Revolution … Continue reading Patriots Day
Weekend: April 16 - 17, 2011 Military Through the Ages or Marching Through Time explores different time periods via living history. It is a great way for people who have an interest in more than one period to explore several time periods all at once. Marching Through Time is an annual event that is held … Continue reading Marching Through Time