1783-1815: Lifestyles, Social Trends, and Fashion
1783-1815: Chapter Eight: Lifestyles, Social Trends, and Fashion
by ROBERT BELLINGER
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
Collecting Maple Sugar 295
Corn Shuckin’ on the Plantation 205
Democrat-Republican Societies 297
Becoming Americans 298
Food in America 299
An American Barbecue 299
The Frontier 301
The Indian Story of Sacagawea 301
The Mammoth Cheese 304
The Patterson-Bonaparte Wedding 305
Father of Chicago 305
Philadelphia’s Flies 308
The Streets of Philadelphia 308
Daniel Boone 310
Meriwether Lewis 311
Dorothy Payne Todd Madison 312
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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