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" We had bearmeat ; . . . venison; wild turkey and ducks; eggs, wild and tame, so common that you could buy them at two bits a bushel ; maple sugar, swung on a string, to bite off for coffee or whiskey ; syrup in big gourds ; peach-and-honey ; a sheep that... "
The early life of Abraham Lincoln - Page 235
by Ida Minerva Tarbell, John McCan Davis - 1896 - 240 pages
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Nancy Hanks: the story of Abraham Lincoln's mother

Caroline Hanks Hitchcock - Biography & Autobiography - 1899 - 105 pages
...Legislature." He then tells how at the wedding feast they had bear meat, venison, wild turkey, ducks, and "a sheep that the two families barbecued whole over...covered with green boughs to keep the juices in." CHAPTER IV. MR. GRAHAM is not the only one who has left a record of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks...
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Nancy Hanks: The Story of Abraham Lincoln's Mother

Caroline Hanks Hitchcock - 1899 - 105 pages
...Legislature." He then tells how at the wedding feast they had bear meat, venison, wild turkey, ducks, and "a sheep that the two families barbecued whole over...covered with green boughs to keep the juices in." CHAPTER IV. MR. GRAHAM is not the only one who has left a record of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks...
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The Life of Abraham Lincoln: Drawn from Original Sources and ..., Volume 1

Ida Minerva Tarbell - 1900
...money had guardians appointed by the court. We had bearmeat ; . . . venison; wild turkey and ducks; eggs, wild and tame, so common that you could buy...in a pit, and covered with green boughs to keep the juice in; and a race for the whiskey bottle." After his marriage Thomas Lincoln settled in Elizabethtown....
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The Dial, Volumes 28-29

Waldo Ralph Browne - American literature - 1900
...infare" menu were liberal : "We had," saye Dr. Graham, "bearmeat; . . . venison; wild turkey and ducks; eggs, wild and tame, so common that you could buy...in a pit, and covered with green boughs to keep the juice in; and a race for the whiskey bottle." The home to which Thomas Lincoln took his bride was a...
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The Dial, Volumes 28-29

Waldo Ralph Browne - American literature - 1900
...infare" menu were liberal: "We had," says Dr. Graham, "bearmeat; . . . venison; wild turkey and ducks; eggs, wild and tame, so common that you could buy them at two bits a bushel ; шар1е sugar, swung on a string, to bite off for coffee or »hiskey; syrup in big gourds; peaoh-and-honey...
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The Life of Abraham Lincoln: Drawn from Original Sources and ..., Volume 1

Ida Minerva Tarbell - Presidents - 1900
...money had guardians appointed by the court. We had bearmeat ; . . . venison; wild turkey and ducks; eggs, wild and tame, so common that you could buy...in a pit, and covered with green boughs to keep the juice in; and a race for the whiskey bottle." After his marriage Thomas Lincoln settled in Elizabethtown....
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The life of Abraham Lincoln drawn from original sources and ..., Volume 1

Ida Minerva Tarbell - 1909
...money had guardians appointed by the court. We had bearmeat; . . . venison; wild turkey and ducks; eggs, wild and tame, so common that you could buy...in a pit, and covered with green boughs to keep the juice in ; and a race for the whiskey bottle." After his marriage Thomas Lincoln settled in Elizabethtown....
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The Story-life of Lincoln: A Biography Composed of Five Hundred True Stories ...

Wayne Whipple - Presidents - 1908 - 708 pages
...Head, the good Methodist minister bear-meat ; . ... VCnisOn J wild that married them. turkey and ducks' eggs, wild and tame — so common that you could buy...the juices in ; and a race for the whiskey bottle. . . Our table was of the puncheons cut from solid logs, and on the next day they were the floor of...
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Abraham Lincoln, the Boy and the Man

James Morgan - 1908 - 435 pages
...manner of the time and place. Bear meat, venison, wild turkey, and duck graced the feast. There was maple sugar, " swung on a string to bite off for coffee or whiskey," there was syrup in big gourds, there were peaches and wild honey, and a sheep was cooked whole over....
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The story of young Abraham Lincoln

Wayne Whipple - 1915 - 226 pages
...with money had guardians appointed by the court. We had bear meat; venison; wild turkey and ducks' eggs, wild and tame — so common that you could buy...sugar, swung on a string, to bite off for coffee; syrup in big gourds, peach and honey; a sheep that the two families barbecued whole over coals of wood...
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