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How To Ride 100 Miles On Your Bike When You Haven’t Done The Training
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How To Ride 100 Miles On Your Bike When You Haven’t Done The Training

– Sound familiar? You’ve signed up for a hundred mile ride. And maybe it’s for charity but you haven’t been able to get the training in and you’re nervous. I mean, you’re really nervous. – Yeah. It’s not surprising really

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Getting Dressed in the 18th Century – Dido Elizabeth Belle (1779)
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Getting Dressed in the 18th Century – Dido Elizabeth Belle (1779)

In the later 18th century, two young women grew up together at Kenwood House near London. Such was the affection in which the two young woman were held, that their uncle, Lord Mansfield, commissioned a joint portrait of them from

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DIY 18th Century Skirt (Part 2)
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DIY 18th Century Skirt (Part 2)

Hello there historical fashion lovers! What just me? Okay then. Anyways I’m Tania, and welcome to part two of my 18th century dress series. The first part was the top dress, which I will link above for you. This tutorial

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Blast from the Past with Jimmy Kimmel
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Blast from the Past with Jimmy Kimmel

>>Jimmy: ALL RIGHT, IT’S TIME FOR A GAME, A GUESSING GAME THAT PUTS MY KNOWLEDGE OF MYSELF TO THE TEST. IT’S TIME TO PLAY “BLAST FROM THE PAST.” HERE WE GO. THE WALL OF AMERICA. WE ARE NOW JOINED BY

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Getting Dressed in the 18th Century – The Brunswick
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Getting Dressed in the 18th Century – The Brunswick

As with all 18th century womens’ dress, the chemise was the garment worn next to the skin It was made from linen, was washable and was changed as frequently as possible The stockings came over the knee, and had embroidery

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Getting Dressed in the 18th Century – Men
Johanna Blakely: Lessons from fashion’s free culture
Wisconsin Historical Museum - Wisconsin Historical Society
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Wisconsin Historical Museum – Wisconsin Historical Society

explore four floors of history at the Wisconsin Historical Museum and hear the stories of the people that shaped the state's rich cultural heritage through special exhibits intriguing programs and activities the entire family can experience what makes the Badger

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