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Details (if other): Cancel. Maple-sugaring: the way we do it;: A family album, by. Myrtie Fellows.
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780828901659. Release Date:January 1972.
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Maple-sugaring: the way we do it Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Maple-sugaring: the way we do it from your list? Maple-sugaring: the way we do it. a family album. Published 1972 by S. Greene Press in Brattleboro . Written in English.
The Way We Do It is the second studio album of Colonial Cousins, an Indian duo composed of singer Hariharan and singer-composer Lesle Lewis. It was released on November 19, 1998 under the label Sony BMG. The first Colonial Cousins album was a tour de force. On November 19, 1998, their second album, a sophomore effort, The Way We Do It, was a continuation of and a departure from that first effort
This book is a description of way the Nearings earned hard cash to sustain their homesteading project.
This book is a description of way the Nearings earned hard cash to sustain their homesteading project. When they first built their homestead in Vermont in the early 1930s, they thought they might make the cash income for purchasing things they couldn't grow on the farm by selling wood. However, they soon found themselves owners of a sugar maple bush, and the family who had been tapping the sap up until then showed them the ropes of the maple sugaring business.
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A short book containing a history of Maple sugaring in New Hampshire. No commitment, cancel anytime.
These stories, told by real-life sugarmakers, reveal how this ancient industry has continued into the twenty-first century. Thanks to the newest technology, and patience, New England sugarmakers are still keeping it real. A former maple sugarmaker and board member of the Maple Syrup Producers’ Association of Connecticut, David Leff takes us on a journey into the very heart of New England’s character