How the settlers lived

How the settlers lived

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Describes the living conditions, homes, clothes, and recreation of early Western settlers.Inside the Home 31 lard, or the fat of the hog, became fuel for lamps. The lard ... These lamps were soon replaced by candles, which the pioneers made of tallow, the fat from butchered beef mixed with beeswax. They hung ... The apple orchard provided the pioneers with cider, apple sauce, apple butter, pies, and baked apples. ... The settlers found the fruit of the persimmon tree very bitter, but the Indians taught them to wait until after the first The interior of a typical country store %^.

Title:How the settlers lived
Author: George Laycock, Ellen Laycock
Publisher:Random House Childrens Books - 1980-05-12

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