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Today is Thanksgiving in Canada and Columbus Day in the Untied States.  It all makes me think of good handcrafted items in all of North American. They have been developed since the Native Americans first lived here and expanded when Hispanic, British, Irish, German, Italian, Polish, Chinese, and other immigrants to live with us.

You know, every large city has a Little Italy, a German Village, or a China Town of sorts.  We have all types of ethnic and cultural  heritages that provide a long history of handcrafted excellence. If you shop locally, you can look for these businesses 0 usually independent small business owners and specialty shops in your own neighborhoods. Farm Markets in the town square or church parking lot are the rage in the 2010s, so don’t forget about those, either.

For American Made classics and new trends, see the link below:

Best Gifts Made In America for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas

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