Learn how milling evolved on the western frontier to use different parts of the grains, supporting fine flour for baking and bran for spirits.
Look back on harvesting in the 1800s and see what equipment and people were necessary to get the job done.
Honesty really is the best policy, as one farmer seeking compensation for a lost horse knows.
In the early 1800s nearly everyone was excited about a new mode of transportation, except for one gentleman from Philadelphia.
What were the holidays like for Americans recovering from the Civil War in the winter of 1865? And how were Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys raised and prepared?
As the seasons changed, 1,000 feet of elevation was enough to create a dilemma for a sled operator.
The cherished tradition of hunting for the “real” Christmas tree pits holiday fantasy against reality.
Fixtures on American and Canadian farms, oxen were also used on wagon trains to carry freight and settlers in the 19th century.
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