HFSDV Newsletter links

As Historic Foodways Society of the Delaware Valley [HFSDV] Newsletter editor, I am placing the links mentioned in various articles on this page. The past few years will not be included.

Winter 2010 issue

Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record
Fireless cookers
Gunston inventories online
HFSDV website
Kaisa Frass Bowls/ Bread baskets
Meats... for the useof the table. An Historic Foodways Symposium
Written in Bone: Forensic Files of the17th Century Chesapeake

Spring 2009 issue

Archives, Historical Societies, Libraries with culinary history
Probate Inventories online
Gunston Hall VA/MD inventories
Landis Valley Farm Museum
Sugar from the Sugar Maple Tree - 1792
The Hershey Story, the Museum on Chocolate Avenue
Hershey's Chocolate World
Sorrel - article by Mercy Ingraham in 'The Herb Companion'
Barbara Wells Sarudy's Blogs
History of American Women 17th
History of American Women 18th
History of American Women 19th cen.
American Gardens - 18th Century to Early 19th Century
The Mars Company’s Heritage Chocolate video
The Scharffen Berger video tour of chocolate factory
1936 and 2006 edition changes of the 'Joy of Cooking'
Four Worlds Bakery
Cooking for Engineers

Winter 2009 issue

Frost Fairs
Robert May's Triumphs & Trophies ... Twelfth-day. 1685
Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial  Feb. 12, 1809 -1865
Bill of Fare for the Presidential Inauguration Ball...1865
Incredible Foods, Solteties, & Entremets
Illusion Foods
Field Museum's Chocolate website

Fall 2008 Issue

Cranberry harvesting (stealing) in 1864 NJ
Historical Societies
Idiots, lunatics, paupers, felons and women: how cookbooks became the suffragists' best friends
Corn-Elia Cobb & 'The Old Girl Network: Charity Cookbooks and the Empowerment of Women' exhibit
HFSDV website
Hidden Kitchens: Hercules and Hemings: Presidents' Slave Chefs
Receipt manuscripts in print and online

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