FREE PRINTABLE Apothecary Labels. The Sanderson Sisters have a cupboard full of potions. Potion bottles are fairly easy to make and can be an inexpensive way to decorate. Hocus Pocus Halloween Party Decorations & Ideas
Prunes = Dried Beetles Weeds in green water = Gillyweed Maple syrup = Truth Serum Purple water with loose tea leaves = Dream Fluid Black lentils = Bats Eyes Smoked oysters = Hippogriff Gizzards Dirt + water = Hollow Stump Soil Cocktail onions = Blind Cat Eyes Spaghetti with red sauce = Blood Worms free downloadable jar labels (jars purchased at Ikea)
Hazard's Goods Going South, Nice collection of 11 Bills of Lading for goods shipped from port of New York to the city of New Orleans. One page contains 6 Bills of Lading 1840, shipped on the vessel "Orleans" by R.G. Hazard, these goods came to be known as "Harzard's goods." A second sheet shows 5 Bills of Lading shipped on the Barque "Clarion", dated 1840. Roland Gibson Hazard (1801-1888) was a financier from Rhode Island who was early identified with the Free Soil and Anti-Slavery parties .
D.J. Dionne By E.J. Dionne The Republican Party came to life as the bastion of "Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Speech, Free Men." It was a reformist party dedicated to stopping the spread of slavery and to fighting a "Slave...
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial Lincoln Spring An obscure waterway, used only by the family, Lincoln Spring was an important part of the land chosen by Abraham's father, as part of his struggle to give his family land and livelihood of their own. This desire of many ordinary Americans led to the Free Soil movement and later the Republican Party which would elect Abraham Lincoln president in 1860.