Victuals and rural customs of northern New York field editorial copy

Description of the foodways in the northern counties of New York State including: lumberjack dishes, campfire cookery, sugarin' off, church and Lodge of Maccabees dinners, feasts and merrymaking, barn raising, schoolhouse dances,  box socials, Scribe's Dinners, maple recipes, swagen, salaratus, sour cream biscuits, spirituous beverages, and "whistle-belly-vengeance". Counties written about are Clinton, Essex, Franklin, and St. Lawrence. Written by Marjorie Porter for America Eats.
Identifier
NYSA_A0551-77_B60_F16
Date
January 22 1942
Contributor
Porter, Marjorie L. (Author)
Language
English
Source
New York State Archives. Federal Writers' Project (N.Y.). State Director's publications working files, 1936-1942. A0551-77. Box 60, Folder 16.
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