Painting by Daniel Maclise in 1833, entitled Snap Apple Night . Inspired by a Halloween party attended in 1832. Source: Public Domain, via Wikimedia
Snap Apple Night by David Maclise. Lettering by Dan Harmon.
Germ U short courses feature learning experiences that will educate and empower you on even the busiest of days.  Each segment is under fifteen minutes but worth a lifetime of thought.  This week the History Channel teaches us about the history of this Celtic holiday and how the American film industry has shaped how we view Halloween today.


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For more information about Halloween’s fascinating history, check out Germ’s  The History of Halloween by Lauren Drop!


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