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“Measuring the Length of His Eye-Strings: ‘Rough and Tumble’ Fighting in the Early American Republic” in Reliving History Magazine

Have you ever wanted to “feel for a feller’s eyes-strings, and make him tell the news?”

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Reliving History Magazine: Colonial Dentistry, Early American Military Parades, and Much More

If you thought dentists made you uncomfortable, imagine your barber pulling your teeth. Do you consider squirrels an exotic pet? Take a look at primary research on the humble gunflint can give us insight into many aspects of the 18th century, including trade routes.

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