Here's the second episode of History Bites. Tried something a little different this time and actually wrote the podcast down before recording. Hopefully it's a little more polished than the first. Enjoy!
Apples in America Bibliography
Apples of New York by S. A. Beach (1905)
"Johnny Appleseed: A Pioneer Hero" by W. D. Haley, originally published in Harper's New Monthly magazine, November, 1871.
John Chapman biography by the Swedenborgian Church
"The Awful Reign of the Red Delicious" by Sarah Yager, The Atlantic, September 10, 2014
"Winter Banana, Northern Spy, & King Luscious: Apples in America" Cornell University online exhibit
"'Perfect' Apple Pushed Growers into Debt" by Timothy Egan, New York Times, November 4, 2000.
5/26/2019 11:33:04 pm
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Sarah Wassberg Johnson has an MA in Public History from the University at Albany and studies early 20th century food history.
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