CHILDREN AT THE HEARTH: 19th Century Cooking, Manners & Games – Barbara Swell PB

$7.00

Children At The Hearth by Barbara Swell with 1999 copyright from Native Ground Music, Inc.. The ISBN is 9781883206345.

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Description

About the Book
Eat your way back in time and enter the world of American children as they lived 150 years ago. Sample foods, folklore and games found in the parlours of the wealthy, the boarding houses of the working class, and the cabins on the western frontier. Includes over 60 vintage photos plus historic recipes like cat-head biscuits, sugar plums and hobo mulligan stew. Learn to make snow candles and snow taffy, tell Appalachian ghost stories and play “roley hole” and “jack straws”.

Publishing Info
Children At The Hearth by Barbara Swell with 1999 copyright from Native Ground Music, Inc.. The ISBN is 9781883206345. This paperback book measures 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ and has 72 pages with Recipe Index at the back.

Condition
Enlarge the photo above. In very good condition overall with lighter handling/storage on the covers and small moisture ripple in top right corner. The spine has not been opened/creased and it feels like this was never read. No names or markings. Stored in and ships from clean, smoke-free home.

Shipping
Generally sent the same day payment arrives. Unless you request otherwise, I will wrap the book in plastic wrap to help protect it from the elements, create a custom-made cardboard box to ship it in, and send via Media Mail with Delivery Confirmation tracking. See the shipping page for the cost to send a one-pound Media Mail package. Insurance is an additional cost as described. I am delighted to combine postage and insurance costs if you purchase more than one item. The second item may travel for free or just a few cents more — so it’s worth taking a look at my other items before you complete your order.

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