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Journal of Mobile's Southern Cookery By Drick Perry
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Full 'kitchen' edition 7.44" x 9.68" - 198 color photos of food preparations - step-by-step instructions A collection of favorite foods that also reflect the history and folklore of Mobile... More > and the surrounding areas of Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Many ways of Southern cookery contained in this collection hail our surrounding area. Featuring images of vintage postcards of our area. Each recipe in this collection is prefaced by a “story” that is either based on facts derived from our area’s historical chronicles or is drawn from traditions that have been passed down for generations. All stories either reflect upon a past time and place or offer an insight into our cultural “personalities”. Many recipes refer to our harvested crops -- especially seafoods -- that are so important in our area, and that we are fortunate to have in abundance. We believe you will enjoy our “stories” for their lightness as well as their facts, and we feel sure you will enjoy these recipes!< Less
Journal of Mobile's Southern Cookery: Recipe's and Storytelling By Drick Perry
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Full edition, 198 color photos, step-by-step instructions. A collection of favorite foods that also reflect the history and folklore of Mobile and the surrounding areas of Alabama’s Gulf... More > Coast. Many ways of Southern cookery contained in this collection hail our surrounding area. Featuring images of vintage postcards of our area as well as 198 photos of food preparation with step-by-step instructions. Each recipe in this collection is prefaced by a “story” that is either based on facts derived from our area’s historical chronicles or is drawn from traditions that have been passed down for generations. All stories either reflect upon a past time and place or offer an insight into our cultural “personalities”. Many recipes refer to our harvested crops -- especially seafoods -- that are so important in our area, and that we are fortunate to have in abundance. We believe you will enjoy our “stories” for their lightness as well as their facts, and we feel sure you will enjoy these recipes!< Less
The Westfeldts of Rugby Gange By Bill Moss
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In 1835, a 22-year-old Swede set sail for America knowing little of his plans but to trade uncertain prospects at home for the promise of the new land. Gustaf Adolphus George Westfeldt turned out to... More > be a natural businessman who prospered through timely investments, hard work and resourcefulness. He would marry a young Irish woman named Jane McLoskey, and together they would raise 10 children. The Westfeldts of Rugby Grange tells the story of the family, from their lives in Mobile, Ala., and New Orleans to their extensive travel abroad and their settling, around 1870, on a large tract of land in the mountains of North Carolina. The family’s journey parallels history, and makes some history of its own, from the green coffee brokerage that brought the family wealth, to the Civil War, to the origins of the nation’s conservation movement.< Less
A History of the Colored Baptists in Alabama and North Carolina: An Original Compilation By Charles Octavius Boothe, J. A. Whitted
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Possibly someone may desire at some time and for some reason to know something of the author of this book, and therefore he submits the following short statement: LINEAGE AND NATIVITY.--His... More > great-grandmother was born on the west coast of Africa and was brought a slave to Virginia, where his grandmother was born. Ere his grandmother had reached her maturity of womanhood, she was sold into Georgia, where his mother was born. While his mother was still a child, she and her mother were carried to Mobile county, Ala., by a Mr. Nathan Howard. In this county, on a lonely looking sand hill amid pine forests, on June 13, 1845, the writer made his advent into this world. (In this year, 1845, the Baptists of America divided.)< Less