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By Lisa Capone
September 2, 2004

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VINTAGE CRAFTERS -- August visitors to Portsmouth's Strawbery Banke Museum saw history repeated, as several New England craftspeople spent weekends creating 18th-century furnishings for the museum's circa 1780 Wheelwright House. Strawbery Banke spokeswoman Stacey Brooks said over the next two years various craftspeople will reproduce an inventory of Wheelwright House's original contents, creating an interactive space where visitors can experience ... (Full Article: 862 Words)

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