Monthly Archives: April 2011

“The children are coming! The children are coming!”

And with the ceremonial blast of the conch shell, so began another New Harmony Heritage Week.     For over 25 years, New Harmony has been hosting the areas’ school children to experience what life was like in early America by highlighting different … Continue reading

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Drips and drops and squiggles; Oh My!!

Not to worry!  It only adds to the authenticity of the process.  In the 18th and 19th centuries, slip trailing was one way of adding decoration to redware pottery.  Slip is just clay in water suspension; so it flows freely … Continue reading

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