The Early American Table: Food and Society in the New World
Trudy Eden talked about her book The Early American Table: Food and Society in the New World. In her book she explains how class, lifestyle, and the social philosophy of 17th and 18th Century Europe dictated what people ate, and how those dictates changed as people settled and colonized North America. At this evening lecture at Fraunces Tavern Museum she showed illustrations and also responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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Trudy Eden Associate Professor University of Northern Iowa->History Department
Jennifer Patton Education Director Fraunces Tavern Museum
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