The Story of the Great Irish Famine, 1845-1850
Author: Susan Campbell Bartoletti
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
In 1845, a disaster struck Ireland. Overnight, a mysterious blight attacked the potato crops, turning the potatoes black and destroying the only real food of nearly six million people. Over the next five years, the blight attacked again and again. These years are known today as the Great Irish Famine, a time when one million people died from starvation and disease and two million more fled their homeland. Black Potatoes is the compelling story of men, women, and children who defied landlords and searched empty fields for scraps of harvested vegetables and edible weeds to eat, who walked several miles each day to hard-labor jobs for meager wages and to reach soup kitchens, and who committed crimes just to be sent to jail, where they were assured of a meal. It’s the story of children and adults who suffered from starvation, disease, and the loss of family and friends, as well as those who died. Illustrated with black and white engravings, it’s also the story of the heroes among the Irish people and how they held on to hope.
Author: Calvin Bridgeforth
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
I am currently working on my next novel titled "Hot Chocolate".This thrithy three chapter novel is about a married man that could not go on living without his wife .And decided that he could but a number of people could not.(NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN PUSH BACK.) I also have a thrilling tale about an tadpole by the name of Sculley. Check this thriteen chapter chiildrens novel out any day.It also comes out with an coloring book for the kids to enjoy thanks. Note: this book has also been push back. Also coming from A man named Edward. This book is a comedy and will be in store and on site in 2012 aswell. Also coming a seiers entitled Copies. This book is about a memphis base company that fax ships and send s perfect , however trying to purchase the company for themselves even though they have a inside person with acceses to the company with spoliness is far from . Check out this tale of Uncernity and see if you can tale what is about to happend.
Author: Roger Phillips
Publisher: Unbound Publishing
A new approach to foraging Roger Phillips is the legendary godfather of foraging. Drawing upon decades of experience, his knowledge of wild food is unrivalled and in this richly illustrated book he shares some of his most recently gathered wisdom, collected from around the world. Roger reveals the edible and therapeutic secrets of our fields, woodlands and flower beds, and suggests tips for sourcing delicious morsels growing throughout the countryside and in our gardens. He also describes the native habitat and history of many fascinating plants and fungi, both common and unusual: from the camas bulbs eaten by the Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest, to the Italian and Spanish favourite, Caesar’s amanita; from hostas, the familiar garden foliage consumed as a succulent vegetable in Japan, to the newly popular Australian citrus fruits. The Worldwide Forager is divided into four sections: mushrooms and fungi; flowers, leaves and herbs; fruit and nuts; and roots and tubers, and Roger uses each one to provide a wide range of ideas for making your meals more colourful, delicious and sustainable.
Author: Donald James Cotter
Author: Connecticut. State Board of Agriculture
Report for 1898 has Appendix: Condensed index of reports of Connecticut Board of Agriculture, 1866-1898.
Author: Great Britain. Parliament
Category: Great Britain
Author: Brenda Van Niekerk
Publisher: Brenda Van Niekerk
Make these easy, delicious potato recipes!!! Try some of these recipes: Baked Potatoes With Egg, Blue Cheese And Bacon Potato Salad, Broccoli And Cheese Baked Potatoes, Chicken Potato Bake, Chicken Potato Salad, Chili Potato Wedges, Crock-pot Potatoes, Egg Farci, Filo Pastry Potato Pie, Gnocchi With Bacon And Leek, Gorgonzola And Roasted Fig Potato Pie, Green Bean And Potato Salad, Honey Nut Potato Wedges, Hot Potato Salad, Hungarian Langos, Leek And Potato Soup, Leek And Potato Waffles, Mashed Potato Chocolate Fudge, Parmesan Mashed Potatoes, Peanut Butter Potato Wedges, Peanut Butter Stuffed Potatoes, Pizza Potatoes, Potato And Bacon Waffles, Potato And Cod Balls, Potato And Fish Chowder, Potato And Green Bean Bake and lots more.
The Coming of the Irish to Canada
Author: Donald MacKay
Winner of the 1991 QSPELL Prize for Non-fiction One of Canada’s founding peoples, the Irish arrived in the Newfoundland fishing stations as early as the seventeenth century. By the eighteenth century they were establishing farms and settlements from Nova Scotia to the Great Lakes. Then, in the 1840s, came the failures of Ireland’s potato crop, which people in the west of Ireland had depended on for survival. "And that," wrote a Sligo countryman, "was the beginning of the great trouble and famine that destroyed Ireland." Flight from Famine is the moving account of a Victorian-era tragedy that has echoes in our own time but seems hardly credible in the light of Ireland’s modern prosperity. The famine survivors who helped build Canada in the years that followed Black ’47 provide a testament to courage, resilience, and perseverance. By the time of Confederation, the Irish population of Canada was second only to the French, and four million Canadians can claim proud Irish descent.
A Civil War Rifleman
Author: Jim Brannon
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Follow Jamey Doan an Iowa farm boy, skilled with the rifle his gunsmith father made for him. He is thrown into the maelstrom of the Civil War in the west along the Mississippi River. His enemy at times is his family, a Mississippi cousin and uncle fighting for the Confederacy. His first battle is the little known northern most battle of the Civil War Athens Missouri. He battles his way down river to Vicksburg, fighting as a sniper and skirmisher in the Western Rifles. Jamey grasps the meaning of war and fights ferociously. He becomes a man of war but is still a boy when he finds love and the mysteries of women. This author leaves his readers anxiously awaiting the sequel which will follow, starting at Vicksburg, where this volume stops, as the Union Army moves south.
A Radical New Way to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions Using Paleo Principles
Author: Terry Wahls M.D.,Eve Adamson
Category: Health & Fitness
Fully expanded with new information and updated research, a clear prescriptive guide about how to beat autoimmune conditions using functional medicine and nutrient-rich foods, from a doctor, researcher, and sufferer of progressive multiple sclerosis. The Wahls Protocol has become a sensation, transforming the lives of people with autoimmune diseases. Now in this fully revised edition, Dr. Terry Wahls outlines the latest research that validates the program and offers new, powerful tools to arm readers and help them achieve total health. The Wahls Protocol comes out of Dr. Wahls' own quest to treat the debilitating symptoms she experiences as a sufferer of progressive MS. Informed by science, she began using Paleo principles as guidelines for her unique, nutrient-rich plan. This book shares Dr. Wahls' astonishing personal story of recovery and details the program, with up-to-date research she's now conducting at the University of Iowa. Split into three different levels, this updated edition allows readers to choose the modified Wahls Diet if they're new to the regime, the Wahls Paleo Diet if they're ready to amp up their health, or the more advanced Wahls Paleo Plus Diet if they need more aggressive treatment. They can also incorporate the just-added Wahls Elimination Diet into their plan to pinpoint individual food sensitivities, so their diet is as personal as ever. With new recipes and content on intermittent fasting and how the protocol impacts the microbiome, The Wahls Protocol is a key addition to the "whole food" revolution, and a deeply moving, results-driven testimonial to the healing power of food.