How We Are Fed: A Geographical Reader by James Franklin Chamberlain

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Author Chamberlain, James Franklin, 1869-1943
Title How We Are Fed: A Geographical Reader
Contents The past and the present -- The story of a loaf of bread -- How our meat is supplied -- Market gardening -- Dairy products -- Butter making -- Cheese -- The fishing industry -- Oyster farming -- A rice field -- How sugar is made -- Beet sugar -- Maple sugar -- Where salt comes from -- Macaroni and vermicelli -- On a coffee plantation -- The tea gardens of China -- A cup of cocoa -- A cranberry bog -- The cocoanut islands of the Pacific -- A bunch of bananas -- How dates grow -- The orange groves of Southern California -- A visit to a vineyard -- Nutting -- A walnut vacation -- Chestnuts -- A bag of peanuts -- Assorted nuts -- A strange conversation.
Credits Produced by Peter Vachuska, Fritz Ohrenschall, Chuck Greif,
Julia Neufeld and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team
Language English
LoC Class TX: Technology: Home economics
Subject Food
Subject Readers -- Geography
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EBook-No. 38762
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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