A Hundred Years Eating: Food, Drink and the Daily Diet in Britain since the late Nineteenth Century download epub
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A hundred years eating. by James P. Published 1977 by Gill and Macmillan in Dublin Great Britain.
A hundred years eating. food, drink and the daily diet in Britain since the late nineteenth century. Published 1977 by Gill and Macmillan in Dublin. Diet, Food habits, Food industry and trade, History.
A hundred years eating: food, drink and the daily diet in Britain since the late nineteenth century. Servants: A Downstairs History of Britain from the Nineteenth Century to Modern Times. p. 8. ^ Lucy Lethbridge (18 November 2013). 31. ISBN 978-0-393-24195-2.
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Victorians: Food and Health. In the Victorian period the growth of the railways made it possible to transport food to markets much more easily. Victorian Britain was both the greatest power in the world and the least militarised. But there was still no cure for most diseases and life expectancy remained low. Victorians: Parks and Gardens. An extraordinary number of innovations in the study and cultivation of plants were made during the Victorian period. Meanwhile, gardening became a national obsession. Victorians: War. Victorian Britain was both the greatest power in the world and the least militarised
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Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press; First edition (1977)