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 What Kind of Cloth Were Confederate Flags Made of in the 1800s?

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What Inventions Were Made in the 1800s?

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What kind of material are outdoor flags usually made of?

Outdoor flags are primarily made of nylon or polyester, sturdy materials able to withstand the elements. Though outdoor flags can be made of other materials, such as cotton, polyester and nylon are... Read More »
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What kind of wood were baseball bats originally made of?

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What were traditional costumes called for Swedish boys in the 1800s?

In the 1800s, traditional costumes for men, women and children were called "folkdräkt" and were unique to each Swedish province. Clothing was made in each village to local specifications of style.... Read More »
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