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Appalachia has a long history of sugar making. The Cherokees threw hot rocks into hollowed-out logs that were filled with sap. The early colonial settlers, too, quickly learned to make the sweet stuff: even though census enumerators were inconsistent in reporting maple sugar production, the 1790 output is reported for 26 Appalachian counties of southwest Virginia, West Virginia, eastern Kentucky, and eastern Tennessee.

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from OUPblog

Infographic: A History of Chocolate, 1520 - 2014

OUP Book on Sugar and Sweets in history created an infographic and shared on blog/facebook with millions of readers. Example of a Great Marketing Effort from a book publisher for an author.

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A young Irish woman is sold as a slave to a sugar cane plantation on the island of Barbados. Based on startling historical events.

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Assembled in layers. From the box of F.J. from Sun City, Arizona. Some cards suggest a family history in Missouri and Kansas. Peach Cobbler 1 cup sugar 1 cup flour 3/4 cup milk 2-1/2 tsp. baking po...

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Build temples out of sugar cubes--fun FHE activity - We did this for the Kansa City temple open house. The kids loved it! Tip: Too much glue makes your sugar cubes dissolve, so be careful.

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Women working in cane fields, Puerto Rico, 1899. (as the story goes, my abuela Petra was working like this when she went into labor to have my father)

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from Lifehack

27 Useful Infographics That All Bakers Need

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Cakes Throughout U.S. History - infographic designed by Jay Layman for Cook's Country http://www.cookscountry.com/ #history #cakes #food

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from HubPages

How To Make A Sugar Cube Igloo

These sugar cube igloos are a fun and interactive Canadian craft for teaching kids about the history of the Inuit people. They also make wonderfully unique Canadian party decorations!

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