"OLD SWEDES CHURCH"

Lithography is a printing process whereby graphic images are transferred, or printed from a surface that is flat. Planographic printing is done from an even or level plane. Lithography is a planographic printing process. The printing principle that makes this process work is a chemical process as it is physical. In lithography "water and oil don't mix. One part of the stone is greece sensetive and other parts of the stone is sensitive to water. The greece portion of the stone will hold ink and water in other areas of the stone will repel the ink leaving those areas white. Lithographs look like the material or materials used to make the drawing. If a lithograph is done on stone the surface generally has a grainy surface.

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Clark had a profound interest in heritage. His son Claude Lockhart would one day pursue the same interest at a very early age.

"Midsummer Celebration, Sweden"

"....The annual Midsummer's Eve celebration, held in late June, is one of Sweden's biggest holidays. Swedes herald the end of the long winter by decorating their houses, churches, and other structures with flowers. In the afternoon a decorated maypole is raised, and everyone in the community dances around it until late into the evening......"

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"Early History Of The Church In New England"

"...Pennsylvania, officially the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, one of the Middle Atlantic states, and one of the 13 original states of the United States. It entered the Union on December 12, 1787, making it second after Delaware. Pennsylvania means “Penn’s woodland.” It was named in honor of Admiral William Penn, whose son, William Penn, founded the colony as a haven for members of the Society of Friends, or Quakers, and other religious minorities [whitch included an Old Swedes (Holy Trinity) Church community] in 1682. The state is known as the Quaker State, and is also referred to as the Keystone State. This term was apparently first used because of the state’s political importance, though it is also appropriate because of its location in the middle of the 13 original states. With six states to the north and six to the south, Pennsylvania was the keystone in an arch of states. Harrisburg is the capital of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia is its largest city....."

".... Of historical interest [Wilmington, Delaware] are the Old Swedes (Holy Trinity) Church, in continuous use since 1698; the Old Town Hall (1798); the Hagley Museum; and the nearby Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, a mansion featuring early American decorative arts. ...." PRESS THIS BUTTON TO RETURN TO THE PREVIOUS PAGE

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".....Christinahamn, founded here [Wilmington, Delaware] by Swedish colonists in 1638, was the capital of New Sweden from 1638 to 1643 and again in 1654 and was the site of Fort Christina. The settlement passed to the Dutch in 1655 and then to the English in 1664. William Penn took possession of the region in 1682, and members of the Society of Friends (Quakers) had the settlement platted in 1731. The community, then called Willingtown, became a borough in 1739 and was renamed for Spencer Compton, earl of Wilmington. It was incorporated as a city in 1832. Population 70,195 (1980); 71,529 (1990); 72,503 (2002 estimate)....."

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