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Virginia T. Elverson, Mary Ann McLanahan, and Betty T. Duson were members of the Houston Museum of Fine Arts and its Bayou Bend Collection of American Decorative Arts. Virginia Elverson died in 2011 in Texas, Betty Duson died in 2003 in Texas, and Mary Ann McLanahan lives in Texas. Elverson Mary Ann McLanahan2. Myyjä: Simon and Schuster. The illustrations of utensils, tankards, porringers, and pots used in the early days are drawn from actual objects in major private and public collections of early Americana and make Colonial Cooking a great resource for American history enthusiasts.
by Mary Ann McLanahan and Virginia T. Elverson.
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Elverson, Virginia T. & McLanahan, Mary Ann (1975). Walker & Company, New York. Jane Randolph Her Cookery Book (referenced in Colonial Virginia’s Cooking Dynasty). NY. Harbury, Katharine E. (2004). Smither, Eliza (1742). The Compleat Housewife: Or, Accomplished Gentelwoman’s Companion.
A Cooking Legacy, Virginia T. Elverson and Mary Ann McLanahan 1975 (p. 14. A Cooking Legacy (p. 24-28). 79-81)
A Cooking Legacy, Virginia T. 14). "Dinner. Early afternoon was the appointed hour for dinner in Colonial America. In the eighteenth century supper was a brief meal and, especially in the South, light and late. 79-81)
New York: Walker & Company, 1975. Elverson, Virginia T, and McLanahan, Mary Ann.
New York: Walker & Company, 1975. A Cooking Legacy.
They tell you where they found their 200 early recipes. They write well and they have reproduced some fascinating drawings of antique cookware from private and public collections.
The Puritans were the first to write books for children, and to discuss the difficulties in communicating with them. A Cooking Legacy, Virginia T. Elverson and Mary Ann McLanahan. 5 Puritan Beliefs The Puritans believed that the Bible was God's true law, and that it provided a plan for living. 7 Position of Women According to Christine Leigh Heyrman, Puritan women, beginning in the early to mid 1600’s in Pre-Colonial America, played numerous major roles in regard to work and religion and were quite knowledgeable on a wide variety of topics, especially those related to child-rearing, household duties and serving the Church.