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What was cooking in Martha Washington's presidential mansions?

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PowerKids Press,
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1st ed.
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IL: LG - BL: 5.1 - AR Pts: 0.5
Martha Washington set a standard of hospitality for future first ladies to come. Young readers will learn that during the American Revolution Martha Washington brought food to the soldiers at the front. Kids will enjoy making Marthas recipe for cherry-bread-and-butter pudding.
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Full title what was cooking in martha washington s presidential mansions
Author larkin tanya
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subject_facet Cooking, American, First ladies, Washington, Martha, -- 1731-1802, Women -- Biography
title_display What was cooking in Martha Washington's presidential mansions?
title_full What was cooking in Martha Washington's presidential mansions? / Tanya Larkin
title_short What was cooking in Martha Washington's presidential mansions?
topic_facet Cooking, American, First ladies, Washington, Martha, Women