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Warming Cracker/Cold Water Cracker, G.H. Bent Co.: While the name is deceiving, these soft crackers made with cold water are heated to go nicely with tea or coffee and have been around since the 19th century.

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Page 6 Excellent read on women in the war. focus on USSC debunking some of the romanticized views. Class warfare, etc. Names to learn and use in impression

Page 11 Excellent read on women in the war. focus on USSC debunking some of the romanticized views. Class warfare, etc. Names to learn and use in impression

Page 2 Excellent read on women in the war. focus on USSC debunking some of the romanticized views. Class warfare, etc. Names to learn and use in impression. This is the start page. I didn't bother with the cover page to the report