Monthly Archives: December 2012

Christmas with the Hollingsworths – 1812

How was Christmas celebrated 200 years ago in Cecil County, Maryland?  There would be no Christmas trees, no blinking lights, no Santa Claus, and certainly no electric ice sickles!  There would be no “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” blaring from … Continue reading

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An Eclectic Christmas

Elk Landing has been around for a long time.  Archaeological evidence dug up during this past summer’s Archaeological Field Session, suggests Native Americans were living here at least 35 hundred years ago.  European invaders were celebrating Swedish/Finnish Christmas traditions in … Continue reading

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