House and Home Papers
This 1865 volume by Harriet Beecher Stowe was originally published under the psuedonym Christopher Crowfield. The volume contains short stories and essays revolving around subjects of cookery and domestic economy. The most famous story from the collection, The Ravages of a Carpet, describes what happens to a typical family with the acquisition of consumer goods, which had suddenly become more available.
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