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Update: All campaign materials are available to all institutions at no cost. Details and downloads: http://www.thehistorylist.com/the-holiday-campaign-for-history.
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A review of "Make this holiday historic!" -- the 2012 holiday campaign for history organizations and historic from The History List (www.TheHistoryList.com). Open to any historic site and history-related organization, these were featured in the 2012 campaign: Indiana Author Fair (Indianapolis), “Reporting the Revolutionary War” author lecture (Boston), Hayes Train Special Display (Fremont, OH), Fantasyland with Santa (Roanoke, WV), A Victorian Christmas (St. Paul), Historic Libations annual party (San Francisco), Holiday Whiskey Tasting (York, ME), A Civil War Christmas (Frankfort, KY), Russian Holiday Dinner (Eagle, WI), Christmas Eve at the Byers-Evans House (Denver), Brucemore Holiday Mansion Tours (Cedar Rapids, IA), Holiday Decorations at the Pawnee Bill Ranch (Pawnee, OK), Wisconsin Historical Museum Society Annual Sale (Madison), Christmas by Candlelight (Sturbridge, MA), Christmas Candlelight Grand Masquerade (New Bern, NC), Boston Tea Party reenactment (Boston), Guided Holiday House Tours (Portsmouth, NH), The Sound of Christmas concert (San Antonio), Riverfront Holiday House (Fort Myers), Christmas by Candlelight (Old Salem, NC), “At Christmas be mery” (Historic Jamestowne, VA), The Castle by Candlelight (Youngstown, NY), Christmas at the Newport Mansions (Newport, RI), Holiday Lights at Clifton Mill (Clifton, OH), Washington’s Christmas Crossing reenactment (Washington Crossing, PA), “A Toy Shop Window” (Freeport, NJ), Holiday Lantern Tour Newport (Newport, RI), “It’s a Wonderful Life” screening with an introduction (New York), Commemoration of USS Constitution vs. HMS Java (Boston), Holidays at the Heard (Phoenix), First Night at Otis House (Boston), Freedom’s Eve (Washington), and the 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation (Boston)