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American apple orchard

F. A. Waugh

American apple orchard

a sketch of the practice of apple growing in North America at the beginning of the twentieth century

by F. A. Waugh

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Published by Orange Judd company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Apples

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby F. A. Waugh ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB363 .W35
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 215 p.
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23379226M
    LC Control Number08037196
    OCLC/WorldCa1625016

    Another gem built in , the Moran House, was already years old when the current owners of the apple orchard purchased it forty years ago. It is the only stone Victorian house featured in the book, Texas Homes of the 19th Century (p). The American apple orchard; a sketch of the practice of apple growing in North America at the beginning of the twentieth century, By Waugh, F. A. (Frank Albert),

    Ready, Freddy! Apple Orchard Race is about a 2nd grade reading level. Summary: Freddy’s first-grade class is visiting an apple orchard, where they’ll pick apples, drink cider, and best of all, search for a special hidden apple in the trees. Whoever finds it . Highly recommended.", "Readers who are seeking new insights into America's cultural history through the lens of the American orchard, or just hoping for a refreshing look at Johnny Appleseed, will find that this book is replete with new information culled from over fifteen years of meticulous research in country courthouses, historical.

    popularity of American apple varieties, apple orchard evolution, and the birth of American indust ry. In her book Fruitful Legacy Susan Dolan identifies fourAuthor: Mike Viney. I normally go to the Storybook Orchard about twice every Fall. I buy apples and apple cider. The trips to the orchard have been part of my family tradition for many years. I live in Ankeny which is an easy 30 minute drive down Interstate I love to go walk around and look 5/5(5).


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Creating a startling new portrait of the eccentric apple tree planter, William Kerrigan carefully dissects the oral tradition of the Appleseed myth and draws upon material from /5. Random, (p) XShowing a deep maturity of thought and craft, Watson (Montana ; White Crosses) surpasses himself in his sixth novel, an uncompromising, perfectly calibrated double portrait of two couples in rural Wisconsin in the s.

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APPLE BOOKS REVIEW. At the Edge of the Orchard brims with passion. Tracy Chevalier, author of the bestseller Girl with a Pearl Earring, takes us back to the late 19th century, to the godforsaken backwaters of Ohio known as BlackJames and Sadie Goodenough and their five surviving children live a harsh existence, scrambling to protect their /5().

While preparing for a potentially life-changing meeting, she receives news that she is to inherit half of a major apple orchard from an unknown grandfather and that she also has a half-sister. The shock triggers a panic attack that sends her to the hospital where she is admonished to make serious lifestyle changes/5().

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A portion of the author's apple orchard in Ithaca, New York. (Photo: Michael d'Estries) "Keep in mind that good ciders are a blend of Author: Michael D'estries.

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Temperance societies called for the destruction of wild apple trees as an essential step toward sobering up the nation. The wild apple had always served the poorest American farmers quite well.

The Apple Orchard should find its way onto many keeper shelves. Bravo, Linda Barrett!" - Yvonne Herring, New and Used Books "I loved this book. The Apple Orchard is first and foremost a love story, but on two levels: romantic and familial.

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Waugh, F. (Frank Albert), Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. New York,O. Judd company, Language. English.

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The Red Delicious apple makes its appearance in the book and so do the arguments of other historians, some of whom have less sympathy for Chapman than Kerrigan does. Johnny Appleseed and the American Orchard lacks argument or commentary, but it tells a richly historical story and ends up a great distance from where it begins.

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