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FEEDING THE FRONTIER ARMY 1775 - 1865: Revised and Updated Introduction

LUECKE, Barbara K.

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Eagan, MN: Grenadier Publications, (1994). Second edition. 8vo. Comb-bound pictorial wraps. Very good. Comb spine cracked, though binding unaffected. Mild touches of toning to wraps. Two embossed ownership stamps, and light pencil markings to margins; else clean, bright throughout. 141pp. 0962102016 (Item ID: 20680)

Book of 18th- and 19th-century American army recipes with extensive historical background, written from the reference point of Fort Snelling, MN (where the author was a longtime employee of the historical society). With sections on rations, local foods, "upper class foods," preservation techinques, and more.


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