AttheCommonTable: Southern Food History
Charlottesville, VA · Jamie S. Ross, Red Dirt Productions. Our new film, At the Common Table, explores the history of the South through the foods of the South.
Southern Food History Images
Dinner on the Grounds
Southern Plate Lunch
Southern Food Festivals
Histories of Southern Food
Southern Restaurants: Home Cooking
Just for Fun
Tuskegee Farmers Conference
Southern Food Stars
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Map showing slave populations in the southern states. The highest concentrations are in western Mississippi and South Carolina.
King and Anderson Plantation. Clarksdale, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi
W.D. Anglin cultivating his corn with his pair of mares. Transylvania Project, Louisiana
[Untitled photo, possibly related to: American Legion fish fry, Oldham County, Post 39, near Louisville, Kentucky] | Library of Congress
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[Untitled photo, possibly related to: Picnicker peeling apple at St. Thomas church supper, near Bardstown, Kentucky]
Table in picnic grove set for St. Thomas church supper near Bardstown, Kentucky | Library of Congress
[Untitled photo, possibly related to: Mountaineers crossing the Kentucky River over swinging bridge, carrying their supplies home from Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky] | Library of Congress
Airing a mattress in mountain family's backyard up Burton's Fork of the Kentucky River. Breathitt County, Kentucky | Library of Congress
Mountaineers crossing the Kentucky River over swinging bridge, carrying their supplies home from Jackson. Breathitt County, Kentucky | Library of Congress
Funny Cat Photos
Drying apples - Mother dried apples and peaches both to store and make fried pies.
[Untitled photo, possibly related to: Harvesting potatoes, Jefferson County, Kentucky] | Library of Congress
Threshing wheat on farm in Oldham County, Kentucky | Library of Congress
One of the hazards of driving over Kentucky mountain roads. Near Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky. Library of Congress.
St Thomas Church
Daylight Savings Time
Poster advertising church picnic near Bardstown, Kentucky. Photographer Marion Post Wolcott Created August All the fried chicken you can eat for 50 cents?
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