The American Heritage Cookbook and Illustrated History of American Eating & Drinking, Volume 1
American Heritage Publishing Company; Distribution by Simon and Schuster, 1964 - Cookbooks - 629 pages
Includes material on the Bartrams, Mark Twain, Catharine Beecher, Thomas Jefferson, Sylvester Graham, the Hartfords, Delmonico's, Fannie Farmer, and Diamond Jim Brady.
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