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Eggnog: A Colonial Christmas Tradition

By Jeff WestoverChristmas of 1826 was snowy, cold and lonely for the cadets of West Point. Though called “men” they were really teenage boys — some as young as 17 — and they wanted to celebrate Christmas. Young Jefferson Davis, future president of the Confederate States of America, was amongst them.But West Point then, as [...]

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