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    life Zora Neale Hurston was an African American woman born in the first all African American town in America She wrote countless accounts of different things she saw and experienced and this is very important because what she experienced was completely different than what most other African Americans experienced In the short story Turpentine she accounts when she walks down to see where the From Eatonville to Broadway Date s 1910 to 1935 Location Orange Florida Tag s Zora Neale Hurston Eatonville African American Authors African American Folklore Female Authors African American Women Born in Alabama and raised in Eatonville Florida Zora Neale Hurston became one of the greatest known black female authors of all time Zora once said I was born in a Negro town I do not mean by that the black backside of an average town Eatonville Florida is and was at the time of my birth a pure Negro town charter mayor council town marshal and all It was not the first Negro community The Lasting Tradition of Eatonville Date s 1898 Location ORANGE Florida Tag s Eatonville Black History A report on the Eatonville Farmers Conference by a speaker from the conference Nathalie Lord shows

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    serves as a potent reminder of the horrific conditions endured by slaves during the years leading up to the Civil War Smith s particular narrative gains added import because of the detailed manner in which he exhaustively recounts the daily realities of slave life However there are exceptional elements to the narrative as well The fact that he learned to write Reverend L Ferebee Living a Torn Life Date s 1882 Location WAKE North Carolina Tag s Slavery African Americans African American Authors Two out of every three slave children were ripped from their mother s arms although the thirteenth amendment marked the end of slavery it did not erase the hurt and pain of the slaves that had to endure it The story of slavery and the lives of the surviving slaves still effects America today The personal recollection of their stories some years later allowed for all Americans to peer into the From Eatonville to Broadway Date s 1910 to 1935 Location Orange Florida Tag s Zora Neale Hurston Eatonville African American Authors African American Folklore Female Authors African American Women Born in Alabama and raised in Eatonville Florida Zora Neale Hurston became one of the greatest known

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    life in an attempt to revitalize and find the truth behind her African American culture Zora Neale Hurston Improving Race Relations through African Folklore Date s June 8 1932 to October 10 1934 Location Orange Florida Tag s Race Relations African American Folklore Education Zora Neale Hurston made contributions to the acceptance of African Americans in society through her noteworthy folklore writing Hurston was an inhabitant of Florida but resided in New York City when she wrote a letter to Professor Grover on June 8th 1932 1 In her letter she explains that she majored in Anthropology at Columbia University Furthermore she states I have done three years Zora Neale Hurston Impact on Music Folklore Date s 1939 Location Seminole Florida Tag s Zora Neale Hurston African American Folklore music Music belongs to all humans Race size or color does not matter When it comes to music all cultures come together one voice is heard Folklore music is a prime example of this and Zora Neale Hurston played an extremely important role in it Not many African Americans had the opportunity to publish any type of works or even to express their opinions on music but Hurston was able to

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    of three visits to America in the fall of 1872 Emily Faithfull an Englishwoman and women s rights activist described the problematic state of affairs that existed in the American government During her stay she closely followed the news articles published in the The New York Daily The Boston Herald and The Chicago Tribune which all related stories of corrupt government officials The Rebirth of Zora Date s 1970 Location Orange Florida Tag s From Sun to Sun Female Authors The collaboration between Zora Hurston and the Directors of The Museum in folklore entitled From Sun to Sun was revolutionary for both the museum and for the African American population at the time The Museum was known at the time at Rollins to be a house for the arts The theatre worked together with Hurston to present a series of one act plays musical programs and various dance and From Eatonville to Broadway Date s 1910 to 1935 Location Orange Florida Tag s Zora Neale Hurston Eatonville African American Authors African American Folklore Female Authors African American Women Born in Alabama and raised in Eatonville Florida Zora Neale Hurston became one of the greatest known black female authors of all

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    led to truth in advertising laws and the creation of the Food and Drug Administration 2 Curiously there are nine pages of premiums that can be redeemed through sending in a combination of cash and Sunkist wrappers These premiums are for silverware and bowls used in consuming fruit and are obviously meant to encourage future sales The remainder of the pages are filled with the incorporation of lemons into beauty regiments specifically skin improvement and recipes using Sunkist oranges As long as humans have possessed the gift of the written word cookbooks have existed Athenaeus a Greek gourmet wrote Deipnosophists which is a collection of discussions including recipes on ancient Greek life and culture that dates back to Third Century BC 3 The food that we eat is as much a part of one s heritage as anything else because those recipes have passed down from one generation to another During the post Civil War industrial age a new brand of American consumer behavior emerged More individuals were earning money which raised the standard of living and consumer demand Mass production of goods and services created strong competition in the market place and out of this environment grew the need for creative advertising to make their goods more attractive Advertising became ingrained in society as catchy slogans and iconic product images became part of the American culture 4 In this period the advertising cookbook emerged on the cultural scene as a both a reference source and a product endorsement Many companies such as Wesson Oil Jell O and Bisquick offered these tomes filled with creative recipes baking tips and other culinary suggestions 5 While many of those companies are still around today technology has changed how those products are marketed Most have entire websites dedicated to their product including inventive

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    Search Search Location Santa Barbara California Advertising Cookbook Sunkist Date s 1910 Location Tag s Cookbooks Advertising During the turn of the 20th century a curious artifact began to emerge on the publication scene a document known as an advertising cookbook These were published by any number of manufactures and were meant to highlight the specific uses of their product in everyday cooking Recipes for Dainty Dishes Culinary Toilet and

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    1 1 of 1 Sort By Relevance Chronology Advertising Cookbook Sunkist Date s 1910 Location Santa Barbara California Tag s Cookbooks Advertising During the turn of the 20th century a curious artifact began to emerge on the publication scene a document known as an advertising cookbook These were published by any number of manufactures and were meant to highlight the specific uses of their product in everyday cooking Recipes for

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    been addicted to chloral and he wanted to use her for a crime he wanted to commit After weeks of abuse and becoming addicted to chloral once again Andrew went through with her physician s plan to burn down her neighbor s home which caused her sentencing to Bryce According to a 1910 Bryce Hospital form titled Application of Patient to Insane Hospital it was quite easy for someone to be admitted to a mental hospital around the late nineteenth and early twentieth century The form asks questions focusing on social delinquency rather than possible reasons for mental distress One question on the form asks How has he or she attempted to destroy property Unfortunately for Andrew Sheffield the question is answered by her confession to burning down her neighbor s home while under the influence of chloral Coincidently there is a question on the form that asks if the person has an impaired mental condition attributed to the damaging use of alcohol or other drugs which regrettably once again Andrew would have to confess to Unlike Bryce s application today s modern mental health form gives the patient a chance to explain any drug or medication related information as opposed to Bryce s yes or no checklist Andrew Sheffield was sent to Bryce Hospital during the Victorian period when according to historian Thomas Szasz mental illness was considered to be a physical illness Since mental illnesses were thought of as physical problems no one paid any attention to the social conditions surrounding the sickness or the patient Instead of Andrew s doctors examining any possible social problems surrounding her such as an abusive physician who drugged her with chloral they decided to claim her mentally insane to keep the female criminal locked away from the rest of society Andrew

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