In this week's digest, learn about an old egg vending machine 🥚, sculptures at night 🌃, a slavery history project 📚, new cemetery markers for heroes ⚔, and an ancient chariot 🏇!
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Have you ever had head lice? Well people had it way back when too!
Read about this old lice removing comb, as well as basketball history 🏀, a beautiful hotel 🏨, a young poet ✍, and learning about buildings through the Metaverse 💻 in this week's "Rock Solid History News Digest!" for families (photo by Dafna Gazit, Israel Antiquities Authority).
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The newsletter includes interesting stories to enthrall young minds about history in the Garden state and beyond, as well as fun family-friendly activities happening locally. Plus some special holiday editions!
Lots of fascinating stories in this week's "Rock Solid History News Digest" for families. Learn about sporty quilts ⚾⛋, the oldest town in NJ 🌆, Thomas Edison's other invention 🏠, a renewed Black cemetery ✨, and Thor’s hammer 🔨!!!
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(Photo of Thor's hammer courtesy of Halland Museum of Cultural History)
Learn about a beautiful Harriet Tubman mural 💜, a curious artifact ❓, a cool digital map 📜 in NJ, as well as a video game exhibit 🎮 at a NY museum in this week's "Rock Solid History News Digest." Then travel to Iran to discover the new understanding of an old language 📑!
Each week, the most fascinating stories for young minds are selected to build a life-long interest in history/ archaeology. Additionally, a slew of events in NJ & NY are shared for everyday or weekend fun.
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(Photo above courtesy of MoMA.)
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