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The History Ring

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This ring celebrates History, historical events, figures and fields. This Ring is designed to be seen by all ages. You must have detailed historical information, or links to sites which do, on your website in order to join the Ring. "Commercial" sites are not encouraged, and must have a considerable amount of detailed information on their site to qualify for membership. The address you list on your application MUST be the page where you will place the Ring's HTML code.

 

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Liquid Shampoos in the Old Days - 06/06/2013
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For the most part, Victorian and Edwardian women (and men) just used shavings of bar soap for washing their hair. However, there were recipes for liquid soap preparations. Here are two that have been featured on this blog: Liquid Verbena Shampoo Cream Shampoo There were also hair washes made from non-soap ingredients, as the following: Egg Wash Tea Tonic Toilette Vinegar

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