The Women s Suffrage Cookery Book

The recipes in this book cover every meal of the day, as well as sections on vegetarian dishes, beverages and preserves.

Author: Aubrey Dowson

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ISBN: 9780712353755

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The recipes in this book cover every meal of the day, as well as sections on vegetarian dishes, beverages and preserves. Choose between a Curry contributed by Mrs. Julian Osler from Edgbaston, Cauliflower Soufflé sent in by Miss Mildred Martineau of Esher, Eggs à la Suisse contributed by Mrs. Gerard Dowson of Radcliffe-on-Trent, and Madeira Marmalade supplied by Miss Ethel Jacobs of Hull. There is also a section of miscellaneous hints and tips that cover all manner of things from recipes to making furniture polish or a tincture for soothing burns, to getting rid of moths in carpets or an infestation of ants. The book ends with a section on "Menus for Meals for Suffrage Workers" with a selection of dishes that "must be simple and such as can be eaten quickly, and also . . . which will keep hot without spoiling and can be eaten with impunity at any hour." As a snapshot of history and a very useful resource for simple homemade meals, this book is a rare treat.

The Woman Suffrage Cook Book

Author: Hattie A. Burr

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Category: Care of the sick

Page: 148

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The Suffrage Cook Book

First published in 1915, with hundreds of recipes contributed by supporters of the suffrage movement (seeking the right to vote for women).

Author: Mrs. L. O. Kleber

Publisher: B&R Samizdat Express

ISBN: 1455300071

Category: Cooking

Page: 582

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First published in 1915, with hundreds of recipes contributed by supporters of the suffrage movement (seeking the right to vote for women). "There are cook books and cook books, and their generation is not ended; a generation that began in the Garden of Eden, presumably, for if Mother Eve was not vastly different from her daughters she knew how to cook some things better than her neighbors, and they wanted to know how she made them and she wanted to tell them..."

The Suffragette Cookbook

There were recipes for orange marmalade, but there were also recipes for a "Pie for a Suffragist's Doubting Husband." In effect, this book, and others like it, was both an exemplary demonstration of domesticity-and a Trojan Horse.

Author: L. O. Kleber

Publisher: Fireship Press

ISBN: 1934757543

Category: Cooking

Page: 232

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The Cookbook that Fueled a Movement-in more ways than one. To all appearances the intent of this cookbook was to raise money for the Equal Franchise Federation of Western Pennsylvania; but there was more to it than that. A lot more. In order to get the 19th (Suffrage) Amendment passed, women had to win the support of a large number of male voters, as well as the support of other women. The first goal was not easy because, among other things, men were worried that women would lose sight of their traditional roles as homemakers. And the education of their fellow women was made difficult because, in many homes, suffrage literature was simply not allowed. So what could be more innocent and less threatening then to produce a cookbook filled with homey recipes? Yet it also contained on its pages messages of equality, and notes of support for universal suffrage. There were recipes for orange marmalade, but there were also recipes for a "Pie for a Suffragist's Doubting Husband." In effect, this book, and others like it, was both an exemplary demonstration of domesticity-and a Trojan Horse. To be sure, several of these recipes might give a modern day, health conscious, nutritionist a case of the vapors. Neverthe-less, they were among the best recipes these women had; and even by today's standards, they're still delicious! From its pages you can not only generate a great meal, but you can read a slice of history while you're at it.

The Woman Suffrage Cookbook

The first of at least a half-dozen fundraising books published in support of women's suffrage, this volume features contributions from prominent suffragists as well as women teachers, lecturers, physicians, ministers, authors.

Author: Hattie A. Burr

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications

ISBN: 0486847152

Category: History

Page: 176

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The first of at least a half-dozen fundraising books published in support of women's suffrage, this volume features contributions from prominent suffragists as well as women teachers, lecturers, physicians, ministers, authors.

The Original Suffrage Cook Book

Originally published in 1915 to help raise funds for the campaign for the vote for women, this new edition includes short biographies of many of the contributors and a new endnote by award-winning writer Cheryl Robson, which places the book ...

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Publisher: Aurora Metro Press

ISBN: 9781912430130

Category: Cooking, American

Page: 192

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"Celebrate the centenary of women getting the Vote by cooking and eating some of the Suffragettes' favourite meals. Dozens of vintage recipes contributed by some surprising supporters of the popular cause, including famous writers, governors and even a judge. With none of the fads of modern-day cooking, these simple recipes range from hearty breakfasts to healthy soups, salads and meaty casseroles, alongside witty contributions such as Pie for a Suffragist's Doubting Husband and the Dumplings That Never Fail. Choose between the many tasty desserts such as Suffrage Angel Cake or Devil's Food to enliven your party. Why not devise your own Suffragette Menu with recipes like Blanquette of Veal or Sweet Potato Soufflé? And don't forget your Creole Balls! You might follow that up with Parliament Gingerbread or Strawberry Shortcake á la Mode. To top it off, why not toast the Suffragettes' success with a Peppermint Cup or an Albuminous Beverage? Originally published in 1915 to help raise funds for the campaign for the vote for women, this new edition includes short biographies of many of the contributors and a new endnote by award-winning writer Cheryl Robson, which places the book both in its historical and contemporary contexts. Includes biographies and photos of the top contributors including Jane Addams, Anna Howard Shaw, Carrie Chapman Catt, Ava Belmont, Mary Roberts Rinehard, and Jack London."--Publisher description.

The Suffrage Cook Book

Author: L. O. Kleber

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ISBN: 1406876593

Category: Cooking

Page: 120

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First published by The Equal Franchise Federation of Western Pennsylvania in 1915.

All Stirred Up

Filled with actual historic recipes (“mix the crust with tact and velvet gloves, using no sarcasm, especially with the upper crust”) that evoke the spirited flavor of feminism and food movements, All Stirred Up re-activates the taste of ...

Author: Laura Kumin

Publisher: Pegasus Books

ISBN: 9781643134529

Category: History

Page: 336

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We all likely conjure up a similar image of the women’s suffrage movement: picket signs, red carnations, militant marches through the streets. But was it only these rallies that gained women the exposure and power that led them to the vote? Ever courageous and creative, suffragists also carried their radical message into America’s homes wrapped in food wisdom, through cookbooks, which ingenuously packaged political strategy into already existent social communities. These cookbooks gave suffragists a chance to reach out to women on their own terms, in nonthreatening and accessible ways. Cooking together, feeding people, and using social situations to put people at ease were pioneering grassroots tactics that leveraged the domestic knowledge these women already had, feeding spoonfuls of suffrage to communities through unexpected and unassuming channels. Kumin, the author of The Hamilton Cookbook, expands this forgotten history, she shows us that, in spite of massive opposition, these women brilliantly wove charm and wit into their message. Filled with actual historic recipes (“mix the crust with tact and velvet gloves, using no sarcasm, especially with the upper crust”) that evoke the spirited flavor of feminism and food movements, All Stirred Up re-activates the taste of an era and carries us back through time. Kumin shows that these suffragettes were far from the militant, stern caricatures their detractors made them out to be. Long before they had the vote, women enfranchised themselves through the subversive and savvy power of the palate.

The American Cookbook

Without a doubt , The Woman Suffrage Cook Book ( 1886 , Boston ) and
Washington Women's Cook Book ( 1909 , Seattle ) are about more than
homemade bread , chicken pie , and a pan of bread pudding . They are about
spreading the word ...

Author: Carol Fisher

Publisher: McFarland

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Category: Cooking

Page: 260

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"This book serves up the American cookbook as a tasty sampler of history, geography, and culture, revealing the influence of political events (e.g. wartime rationing), social movements (temperance), and technological change (new packaging and cooking methods)"--Provided by publisher.

The Italian Cook Book

Zabaione, 208 146 Zucchine, 32 28 Published by Seltzer Books established in
1974, now offering over 14,000 books feedback welcome: [email protected]
com Vintage cookbooks available from Seltzer Books: The Library of Cookery by
the Woman's Institute of Arts and ... a Little Girl by Benton A Little Book for a Little
Cook by Hubbard Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery The Suffrage Cook Book by
Kleber ...

Author: Mrs. Maria Gentile

Publisher: B&R Samizdat Express

ISBN: 1455300829

Category: Cooking

Page: 249

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First published in 1919. "In the Italian cuisine we find in the highest degree these three qualities. That it is palatable, all those who have partaken of food in an Italian "trattoria" or at the home of an Italian family can testify, that it is healthy the splendid manhood and womanhood of Italy is a proof more than sufficient. And who could deny, knowing the thriftiness of the Italian race, that it is economical?"

Washington Women s Cook Book

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Category: Community cookbooks

Page: 256

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The Woman s Column

About half address on school suffrage , and a resoluolutions in favor of woman
suffrage . the members attended the ... and Miss Mary Dunn , secrethat a woman
will read a cook - book when asked for by the Kentucky Equal Rights tary of the ...

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The Official Downton Abbey Cookbook

1870-1910) [at Audley End, English Heritage] Aubrey Dowson (ed .), The
Women's Suffrage Cookery Book (c . 1908) Auguste Escoffier, Le Guide Culinaire
(1921) Mary Fairclough, The Ideal Cookery Book (c . 1911) Charles Elmé
Francatelli, ...

Author: Annie Gray

Publisher: Weldon Owen

ISBN: 1681883694

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

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2020 IBPA Awards Winner! The Official Downton Abbey Cookbook presents over 100 recipes that showcase the cookery and customs of the Crawley household—from upstairs dinner party centerpieces to downstairs puddings and pies—and bring an authentic slice of Downton Abbey to modern kitchens and Downton fans. Whether adapted from original recipes of the period, replicated as seen or alluded to on screen, or typical of the time, all the recipes reflect the influences found on the Downton Abbey tables. Food historian Annie Gray gives a rich and fascinating insight into the background of the dishes that were popular between 1912 and 1926, when Downton Abbey is set —a period of tremendous change and conflict, as well as culinary development. With a foreword by Gareth Neame, executive producer and co-creator of Downton Abbey, and featuring over 100 stunning color photographs, The Downton Abbey Cookbook also includes a special section on hosting Downton-themed dinner parties and presents stills from across the TV series as well as the latest film. Notes on the etiquette and customs of the times, quotes from the characters, and descriptions of the scenes in which the foods appear provide vivid context for the dishes. The recipes are grouped by occasion, which include breakfast; luncheons and suppers; afternoon tea and garden parties; picnics, shoots and race meets; festivities; upstairs dinner; downstairs dinner; downstairs supper and tea; and the still room. From the upstairs menu: Cornish Pasties Sausage Rolls Oysters au Gratin Chicken Vol-au-Vents Cucumber Soup Soul a la Florentine Salmon Mousse Quail and Watercress Charlotte Russe From the downstairs menu: Toad-in-the-Hole Beef Stew with Dumplings Steak and Kidney Pie Cauliflower Cheese Rice Pudding Jam and Custard Tarts Gingerbread Cake Summer Pudding With these and more historic recipes—compelling to a contemporary palate and easy to replicate in today’s kitchens—savor the rich traditions and flavors of Downton Abbey without end.

The Manuscript Inventories and the Catalogs of Manuscripts Books and Pictures Book catalog M Z Etiquette Periodicals

Author: Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America

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Category: Etiquette

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Woman s Leader

Women's Suffrage Cookery Book . TO DEMAND CYMRIC SUFFRAGE UNION .
DEMONSTRATION VOTES FOR WOMEN STEINWAY HALL , Friday , March 15th
, 1912 , MR . WALTER ROCH , M.P. Price 1s . , Post Free 18 , 3d , Speolal Terms
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America s Charitable Cooks

Author: Margaret Cook

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Category: Charities

Page: 315

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Rightfully Ours

Tells of the struggle for women's suffrage in the United States, a movement that began alongside the abolitionist cause and continued through the ratification of the 19th amendment, the amendment that granted women the right to vote.

Author: Kerrie Logan Hollihan

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

ISBN: 1883052890

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 130

View: 901

Tells of the struggle for women's suffrage in the United States, a movement that began alongside the abolitionist cause and continued through the ratification of the 19th amendment, the amendment that granted women the right to vote.

Votes for Women

Materials used to spread the suffrage message included postcards , calendars ,
playing cards , ink blotters , flower seed packets , and The Woman Suffrage Cook
Book . SHALL WOMEN VOTE ? Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association ...

Author: Ellen Carol DuBois

Publisher: Huntington Library Press

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Category: History

Page: 47

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Of all the reforms that came out of the progressive era, women's suffrage has the longest history. This forty-eight-page album recovers some of the lost chapters of that history and commemorates the seventy-fifth anniversary of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Photographs, posters, postcards, and letters presented in the book--most from holdings of the Huntington Library--illustrate the story of two generations of activists. Votes for Women presents not only the familiar story of the eastern suffragists but also the less-familiar stories of the western campaigns and the struggles of women in other countries. Among the items featured are a letter from Susan B. Anthony in which she describes her joy at voting (albeit illegally) in 1872; photographs of suffrage marches in New York and California; advertisements linking various products to votes for women; and suffrage leaflets in German, French, and Italian. The book describes the Huntington's extensive woman suffrage holdings, including the one-thousand-piece Susan B. Anthony Memorial Collection.

Women s Votes Women s Voices

The Washington Women's Cook Book was one for the best 250 - word of the
campaign's primary fundraising projects . essays on household Linda Deziah
Jennings , a suffragist activist from management . Suffrage La Conner , edited the
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Author: Shanna Stevenson

Publisher: Washington State University Press

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 114

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The right of citizens to vote is a pillar of democracy--a mainstay denied to Washington women until they united in a campaign to enact change. Suffragettes briefly achieved the right to vote through an 1883 legislative act, only to have a Territorial Supreme Court decision declare it invalid. Once again, women formed clubs and embarked on a grassroots crusade. They canvassed neighborhoods, circulated petitions, published a newspaper, conducted debates, sold a cookbook, participated in fairs, and more. Finally, in 1910, suffragettes persuaded Washington men to ratify a state constitutional amendment granting permanent voting rights for women, only the fifth state to do so. Their success revitalized the national movement, inspiring activists struggling toward another pivotal goal, the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Approved in 1920, the revision secured voting rights for women across the country. But the story does not end there. Woman suffrage was a harbinger of social change. Females enrolled in higher education in record numbers, became more directly involved in community affairs, and increasingly joined such professions as social work, medicine, and architecture. By 1910, women dominated the office workplace, comprising 83 percent of typists and stenographers. Since gaining the vote, female Washingtonians have regularly exercised their voice in government--addressing the concerns of women, children, and families, and continuing to strive for equal rights. Women's Votes, Women's Voices provides a comprehensive summary of the Washington woman suffrage movement and presents vignettes on many of the state's most active leaders, such as May Arkwright Hutton and Emma Smith DeVoe, along with numerous illustrations.

American Book Publishing Record Cumulative 1876 1949

Author: R.R. Bowker Company. Department of Bibliography

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Category: United States

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