Sally N. Kamerling

Children's Writer and Author of The Golden Cap
Traditional Golden Caps Top image used with permission from Luchtmuseum
Dutch Girl Bell
Sailing to America Wooden Shoes Porcelain Delft Houses
Fishermen with nets Delft Blue Tiles Tulips
This is Etje

 

 

“There were beautiful Friesland girls in wooden shoes and coarse petticoats, with solid gold crescents encircling their heads, finished at each temple with a golden rosette and hung with lace a century old. Some wore necklaces, pendants, and earrings of the purest gold. Many were content with gilt or even with brass, but it is not an uncommon thing for a Friesland woman to have all the family treasure in

her headgear. More than one rustic lass displayed the value of two thousand guilders upon her head

that day.”   — From Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates

 

Etje's Scrapbook of the Netherlands

Additional information

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Fun Writing Sites for Kids

 

www.kidslearntoblog.com/10-best-writing-websites-kids/

 

www.Scholastic.com/teachers/story-starters/different-writingprompts-for age

 

www.boomwriter.com

 

Golden Cap and Dutch Culture Links

http://folkcostume.blogspot.com/search?q=friesland

 

https://www.friesmuseum.nl/en/collection/icons/traditional-frisian-costume/

   (Scroll down through entire site to see a collection of golden caps and traditional dress.)

 

www.allthingsdutch.com

 

 

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