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1 Paul, Charlotte Gold Mountain
Chicago Peoples Book Club 1953 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Very Good- in Very Good- dust jacket 
Illustrated by Allen, Courtney

Spine slanted, black boards with worn gold lettering, very slight edgewear, corners a little bumped. Pictorial pastedowns. DJ in protective Brodart plastic wrap. DJ has tiny chips near spine and flap ends. Text is light, clean and unmarked.

"This lively and colorful drama of the pioneers who settled our American Northwest just a few generations ago unfolds the adventurous and romantic story of a spirited young schoolteacher who met many challenges of the frontier with humor, courage, and admirable achievement. Slender, green-eyed Katherine Duncan was inexperienced and far from confident when she arrived in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley to take her first teaching post. Moreover, the antagonistic attitude of her employer, wealthy, powerful Nils Bengston, created real difficulties. But even though chivalrous Carl White, the handsome son of the riverboat captain, offered to take her back to the easier, safer life of the city, Katherine was bravely determined to succeed in her chosen endeavor here. Paced with gripping action, including a racing prairie fire and a wild ride through a blizzard, Gold Mountain is vibrant with authentic color and alive with characters drawn convincingly from American Life."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
005930 
Price: 6.95 USD

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2 Stanley, Louise; Booher, Leia; Coons, Callie Mae; Stiebeling, Hazel; Howe, Paul; Mitchell, Helen; Friedman, M. H.; Jones, D Breese; Sherman, Henry; Chatfield, Charlotte; Daniel, Esther; Goresline, Harry; Balls, A K; Kelly, Ernest; Farioletti, Marius et al Human Nutrition: Reprint of Part I of the Yearbook of Agriculture, 1939
Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office 1940 Soft Cover Good 


Brown paper wraps, pp. 97-402; 1075 - 1142 of the Yearbook of Agriculture 1939 -- Part I dealing with human nutrition (the other part dealt with animal nutrition) along with the liturature cited in that part, a number of tables, figures, and photos. Some creasing and edge wear to wraps, a little soiling, text is clean and unmarked.

Twenty one articles on various aspects of human nutrition, including:
From tradition to science; Food functions and the relation of food to health; Food habits, old and new; Can food habits be changed?; Food fads, facts, and fancies; The white rat as a contributor to science.
Human food requirements; Protein requirements of man; Mineral needs of man; Vitamin needs of man.
Food composition; Vitamin content of foods; Present-day diets in the United States; Planning for good nutrition.
Micro-organisms in foods and food preservation; Enzymes in foods and food preservation.
United States meat inspection; Supervision and inspection of milk; Food grades and the consumer.
What the modern homemaker needs to know; Better nutrition as a national goal.; 7" - 9" Tall
006067 
Price: 17.00 USD

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