Food In Colonial And Federal America

Author: Sandra Louise Oliver
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313329883
Size: 53.63 MB
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The success of the new settlements in what is now the United States depended on food. This book tells about the bounty that was here and how Europeans forged a society and culture, beginning with help from the Indians and eventually incorporating influences from African slaves. They developed regional food habits with the food they brought with them, what they found here, and what they traded for all around the globe. Their daily life is illuminated through descriptions of the typical meals, holidays, and special occasions, as well as their kitchens, cooking utensils, and cooking methods over an open hearth. Readers will also learn how they kept healthy and how their food choices reflected their spiritual beliefs. This thorough overview endeavors to cover all the regions settled during the Colonial and Federal. It also discusses each immigrant group in turn, with attention also given to Indian and slave contributions. The content is integral for U.S. history standards in many ways, such as illuminating the settlement and adaptation of the European settlers, the European struggle for control of North America, relations between the settlers from different European countries, and changes in Native American society resulting from settlements.

Maine Home Cooking

Author: Sandra Oliver
Publisher: Down East Books
ISBN: 1608931978
Size: 51.81 MB
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Residing on Maine's Islesboro Island, Sandra Oliver is a revered food historian with a vast knowledge of New England food history, subsistence living, and Yankee cooking. For the past five years, she has published her weekly recipes column, "Tastebuds", in the Bangor Daily News. The column has featured hundreds of recipes—from classic tried-and-true dishes to innovative uses for traditional ingredients. Collecting more than 300 recipes from her column and elsewhere, and emphasizing fresh, local ingredients, as well as the common ingredients found in most kitchens, this volume represents a new standard in home cooking.

Food And Drink In American History

Author: Andrew F. Smith
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610692330
Size: 70.25 MB
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This three-volume encyclopedia on the history of American food and beverages covers topics ranging from early American Indian foods to mandatory nutrition information at fast food restaurants.

Clothing Through American History

Author: Kathleen A. Staples
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313084602
Size: 46.35 MB
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Presents a description of all aspects of dress in British colonial America, including the social and historical background of British America, and covering men's, women's, and children's garments.

American Pests

Author: James E. McWilliams
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 023113942X
Size: 28.12 MB
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Inspired by the still-revolutionary theories of Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring," McWilliams argues for a more harmonious and rational approach to people's relationship with insects, one that does not harm the environment and, consequently, ourselves along the way.

How America Eats

Author: Jennifer Jensen Wallach
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442208740
Size: 26.67 MB
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How America Eats: A Social History of U.S. Food and Culture tells the story of America by examining American eating habits, and illustrates the many ways in which competing cultures, conquests and cuisines have helped form America s identity, and have helped define what it means to be American."

Daily Life In The Colonial City

Author: Keith T. Krawczynski
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313047049
Size: 74.66 MB
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An exploration of day-to-day urban life in colonial America.

Religion And American Politics

Author: Mark A. Noll
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195317157
Size: 52.36 MB
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These essays examine how religious beliefs and practices have shaped political thought and behaviour (and vice versa), and how in certain periods religious and political thought has coincided or moved in opposition, and how minority perspectives have challenged majority views.

Sweet Stuff

Author: Deborah Jean Warner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1935623052
Size: 63.80 MB
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A history of sugar consumption and the role of sugar in everyday American life chronicles the stories of major natural sweeteners from molasses and corn syrup to honey and maple as well as major artificial sweeteners, placing sugar in a context of diet, science and politics.

Ways Of War

Author: Matthew S. Muehlbauer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136756043
Size: 41.76 MB
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From the first interactions between European and native peoples, to the recent peace-keeping efforts in Afghanistan and Iraq, military issues have always played an important role in American history. Ways of War comprehensively explains the place of the military within the wider context of the history of the United States, showing its centrality to American culture and politics. The chapters provide a complete survey of the American military's growth and development while answering such questions as: How did the American military structure develop? How does it operate? And how have historical military events helped the country to grow and develop? Features Include: Chronological and comprehensive coverage of North American conflicts since the seventeenth century and international wars undertaken by the United States since 1783 Over 100 maps and images, chapter timelines identifying key dates and events, and text boxes throughout providing biographical information and first person accounts A companion website featuring an extensive testbank of discussion, essay and multiple choice questions for instructors as well as student study resources including an interactive timeline, chapter summaries, annotated further reading, annotated weblinks, additional book content, flashcards and an extensive glossary of key terms. Extensively illustrated and written by experienced instructors, Ways of War is essential reading for all students of American Military History.