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The Resource Chocolate : history, culture, and heritage, edited by Louis Evan Grivetti, Howard-Yana Shapiro

Chocolate : history, culture, and heritage, edited by Louis Evan Grivetti, Howard-Yana Shapiro

Label
Chocolate : history, culture, and heritage
Title
Chocolate
Title remainder
history, culture, and heritage
Statement of responsibility
edited by Louis Evan Grivetti, Howard-Yana Shapiro
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
Dewey number
641.3374
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Grivetti, Louis
  • Shapiro, Howard-Yana
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Chocolate
Label
Chocolate : history, culture, and heritage, edited by Louis Evan Grivetti, Howard-Yana Shapiro
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Beatriz Cabezon, Patricia Barriga, Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Nation of nowhere : Jewish role in colonial American chocolate history
  • Celia D. Shapiro
  • Medicine and recipes.
  • Medicinal chocolate in new Spain, western Europe, and North America
  • Chocolate and the Boston smallpox epidemic of 1764
  • From bean to beverage : historical chocolate recipes
  • Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Chocolate as medicine : imparting dietary advice and moral values through 19th century North American cookbooks
  • Deanna Pucciarelli
  • Beginnings and religion.
  • Serving and advertising.
  • Chocolate preparation and serving vessels in early North America
  • Amanda Lange
  • Silver chocolate pots of colonial Boston
  • Gerald R. Ward
  • Is it a chocolate pot? Chocolate and its accoutrements in France from cookbook to collectible
  • Suzanne Perkins
  • Commercial chocolate pots : reflections of cultures, values, and times
  • Margaret Swisher
  • Role of trading cards in marketing chocolate during the late 19th century
  • Cacao use in Yucatán among the pre-Hispanic Maya
  • Virginia Westbrook
  • Commercial chocolate posters : reflections of cultures, values, and times
  • Margaret Swisher
  • Chocolate at the World's Fairs
  • Nicholas Westbrook --
  • Gabrielle Vail
  • Tempest in a chocolate pot : origin of the word cacao
  • Martha J. Macri
  • Ancient Gods and Christian celebrations : chocolate and religion
  • Louis Evan Grivetti, Beatriz Cabezon
  • Chocolate and sinful behaviors : inquisition testimonies
  • Colonial and federal eras (part 1).
  • Chocolate and other colonial beverages
  • Frank Clark
  • Chocolate production and uses in 17th and 18th century North America
  • James F. Gay
  • Chocolate's early history in Canada
  • Catherine Macpherson
  • A necessary luxury : chocolate in Louisbourg and New France
  • Anne Marie Lane Jonah, Ruby Fougére, Heidi Moses
  • Chocolate manufacturing and marketing in Massachusetts, 1700-1920
  • Economics, education, and crime.
  • Anne Blaschke
  • Boston chocolate : newspaper articles and advertisements, 1705-1825
  • Louis Evan Grivetti --
  • Pirates, prizes, and profits : cocoa and early American east coast trade
  • How much is that cocoa in the window? Cocoa's position in the early American marketplace
  • Kurt Richter, Nghiem Ta
  • "C" is for chocolate : chocolate and cacao as educational themes in 18th century North America
  • Chocolate, crime, and the courts : selected English trial documents, 1693-1834
  • Dark chocolate : chocolate and crime in North America and elsewhere
  • Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Nicholas Westbroook, Christopher D. Fox, Anne McCarty
  • Chocolate and North American whaling voyages
  • Christopher Kelly
  • Southeast/southwest borderlands and California.
  • Blood, conflict, and faith : chocolate in the southeast and southwest borderlands, 1641-1833
  • Beatriz Cabezon, Patricia Barriga, Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Sailors, soldiers, and padres : California chocolate, 1542?-1840
  • Louis Even Grivetti, Patricia Barriga, Beatriz Cabezon
  • From gold bar to chocolate bar : California's chocolate history
  • Bertram M. Gordon --
  • Colonial and federal eras (part 2).
  • Dutch cacao trade in New Netherland during the 17th and 18th centuries
  • Peter G. Rose
  • Chocolate consumption and production in New York's Upper Hudson River Valley
  • W. Douglas McCombs
  • Chocolate makers in 18th century Pennsylvania
  • James F. Gay
  • Breakfasting on chocolate : chocolate in military life on the Northern frontier, 1750-1780
  • Estrella González Noriega, Niurka Núñez González
  • Establishing cacao plantation culture in the Atlantic world : Portuguese cacao cultivation in Brazil and West Africa, circa 1580-1912
  • Timothy Walker
  • Europe and Asia.
  • Cure or confection? Chocolate in the Portuguese royal court and colonial hospitals, 1580-1830
  • Timothy Walker
  • Chocolate in France : evolution of a luxury product
  • Commerce, colonies, and cacao : chocolate in England from introduction to industrialization
  • Chinese chocolate : ambergris, emperors, and export ware
  • Bertam M. Gordon --
  • Caribbean and South America.
  • Caribbean cocoa : planting and production
  • Janet Henshall Momsen, Pamela Richardson
  • Caribbean chocolate : preparation, consumption, and trade
  • Janet Henshall Momsen, Pamela Richardson
  • History of cacao cultivation and chocolate consumption in Cuba
  • Niurka Núñez González Noriega, Niurka Núñez González
  • History of cacao and chocolate in Cuban literature, games, music, and culinary arts
  • James F. Gay, Frank Clark
  • American heritage chocolate
  • Eric Whitacre, William Bellody, Rodney Snyder
  • Twenty-first century attitudes and behaviors regarding the medicinal use of chocolate
  • Deanna Pucciarelli, James Barrett
  • Fieldwork, methodology, and interpretation.
  • Symbols from ancient times : paleography and the St. Augustine chocolate saga
  • Beatriz Cabezon, Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Digging for chocolate in Charleston and Savannah
  • Laura Pallas Brindle, Bradley Foliart Olsen
  • Production, manufacturing, and contemporary activities.
  • Management of cacao and chocolate data : design and development of a chocolate research portal
  • Matthew Lange
  • Base metal chocolate pots in North America : context and interpretation
  • Phil Dunning, Christopher D. Fox
  • Blue and gray chocolate : searching for American Civil War chocolate references
  • Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Chocolate futures : promising areas for further research
  • Louis Evan Grivetti, Howard-Yana Shapiro
  • Cacao, haciendas, and the Jesuits : letters from New Spain, 1693-1751
  • Beatriz Cabezon
  • From stone metates to steel mills : the evolution of chocolate manufacturing
  • Rodney Snyder, Bradley Foliart Olsen, Laura Pallas Brindle
  • Adulteration : the dark world of "dirty" chocolate
  • Laura Pallas Brindle, Bradley Foliart Olsen
  • Making colonial era chocolate : the colonial Williamsburg experience
Control code
FIEb16177216
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 975 pages, 64 pages of plates
Isbn
9780470121658
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), maps
System control number
(OCoLC)230180369
Label
Chocolate : history, culture, and heritage, edited by Louis Evan Grivetti, Howard-Yana Shapiro
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Beatriz Cabezon, Patricia Barriga, Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Nation of nowhere : Jewish role in colonial American chocolate history
  • Celia D. Shapiro
  • Medicine and recipes.
  • Medicinal chocolate in new Spain, western Europe, and North America
  • Chocolate and the Boston smallpox epidemic of 1764
  • From bean to beverage : historical chocolate recipes
  • Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Chocolate as medicine : imparting dietary advice and moral values through 19th century North American cookbooks
  • Deanna Pucciarelli
  • Beginnings and religion.
  • Serving and advertising.
  • Chocolate preparation and serving vessels in early North America
  • Amanda Lange
  • Silver chocolate pots of colonial Boston
  • Gerald R. Ward
  • Is it a chocolate pot? Chocolate and its accoutrements in France from cookbook to collectible
  • Suzanne Perkins
  • Commercial chocolate pots : reflections of cultures, values, and times
  • Margaret Swisher
  • Role of trading cards in marketing chocolate during the late 19th century
  • Cacao use in Yucatán among the pre-Hispanic Maya
  • Virginia Westbrook
  • Commercial chocolate posters : reflections of cultures, values, and times
  • Margaret Swisher
  • Chocolate at the World's Fairs
  • Nicholas Westbrook --
  • Gabrielle Vail
  • Tempest in a chocolate pot : origin of the word cacao
  • Martha J. Macri
  • Ancient Gods and Christian celebrations : chocolate and religion
  • Louis Evan Grivetti, Beatriz Cabezon
  • Chocolate and sinful behaviors : inquisition testimonies
  • Colonial and federal eras (part 1).
  • Chocolate and other colonial beverages
  • Frank Clark
  • Chocolate production and uses in 17th and 18th century North America
  • James F. Gay
  • Chocolate's early history in Canada
  • Catherine Macpherson
  • A necessary luxury : chocolate in Louisbourg and New France
  • Anne Marie Lane Jonah, Ruby Fougére, Heidi Moses
  • Chocolate manufacturing and marketing in Massachusetts, 1700-1920
  • Economics, education, and crime.
  • Anne Blaschke
  • Boston chocolate : newspaper articles and advertisements, 1705-1825
  • Louis Evan Grivetti --
  • Pirates, prizes, and profits : cocoa and early American east coast trade
  • How much is that cocoa in the window? Cocoa's position in the early American marketplace
  • Kurt Richter, Nghiem Ta
  • "C" is for chocolate : chocolate and cacao as educational themes in 18th century North America
  • Chocolate, crime, and the courts : selected English trial documents, 1693-1834
  • Dark chocolate : chocolate and crime in North America and elsewhere
  • Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Nicholas Westbroook, Christopher D. Fox, Anne McCarty
  • Chocolate and North American whaling voyages
  • Christopher Kelly
  • Southeast/southwest borderlands and California.
  • Blood, conflict, and faith : chocolate in the southeast and southwest borderlands, 1641-1833
  • Beatriz Cabezon, Patricia Barriga, Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Sailors, soldiers, and padres : California chocolate, 1542?-1840
  • Louis Even Grivetti, Patricia Barriga, Beatriz Cabezon
  • From gold bar to chocolate bar : California's chocolate history
  • Bertram M. Gordon --
  • Colonial and federal eras (part 2).
  • Dutch cacao trade in New Netherland during the 17th and 18th centuries
  • Peter G. Rose
  • Chocolate consumption and production in New York's Upper Hudson River Valley
  • W. Douglas McCombs
  • Chocolate makers in 18th century Pennsylvania
  • James F. Gay
  • Breakfasting on chocolate : chocolate in military life on the Northern frontier, 1750-1780
  • Estrella González Noriega, Niurka Núñez González
  • Establishing cacao plantation culture in the Atlantic world : Portuguese cacao cultivation in Brazil and West Africa, circa 1580-1912
  • Timothy Walker
  • Europe and Asia.
  • Cure or confection? Chocolate in the Portuguese royal court and colonial hospitals, 1580-1830
  • Timothy Walker
  • Chocolate in France : evolution of a luxury product
  • Commerce, colonies, and cacao : chocolate in England from introduction to industrialization
  • Chinese chocolate : ambergris, emperors, and export ware
  • Bertam M. Gordon --
  • Caribbean and South America.
  • Caribbean cocoa : planting and production
  • Janet Henshall Momsen, Pamela Richardson
  • Caribbean chocolate : preparation, consumption, and trade
  • Janet Henshall Momsen, Pamela Richardson
  • History of cacao cultivation and chocolate consumption in Cuba
  • Niurka Núñez González Noriega, Niurka Núñez González
  • History of cacao and chocolate in Cuban literature, games, music, and culinary arts
  • James F. Gay, Frank Clark
  • American heritage chocolate
  • Eric Whitacre, William Bellody, Rodney Snyder
  • Twenty-first century attitudes and behaviors regarding the medicinal use of chocolate
  • Deanna Pucciarelli, James Barrett
  • Fieldwork, methodology, and interpretation.
  • Symbols from ancient times : paleography and the St. Augustine chocolate saga
  • Beatriz Cabezon, Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Digging for chocolate in Charleston and Savannah
  • Laura Pallas Brindle, Bradley Foliart Olsen
  • Production, manufacturing, and contemporary activities.
  • Management of cacao and chocolate data : design and development of a chocolate research portal
  • Matthew Lange
  • Base metal chocolate pots in North America : context and interpretation
  • Phil Dunning, Christopher D. Fox
  • Blue and gray chocolate : searching for American Civil War chocolate references
  • Louis Evan Grivetti
  • Chocolate futures : promising areas for further research
  • Louis Evan Grivetti, Howard-Yana Shapiro
  • Cacao, haciendas, and the Jesuits : letters from New Spain, 1693-1751
  • Beatriz Cabezon
  • From stone metates to steel mills : the evolution of chocolate manufacturing
  • Rodney Snyder, Bradley Foliart Olsen, Laura Pallas Brindle
  • Adulteration : the dark world of "dirty" chocolate
  • Laura Pallas Brindle, Bradley Foliart Olsen
  • Making colonial era chocolate : the colonial Williamsburg experience
Control code
FIEb16177216
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
xxiv, 975 pages, 64 pages of plates
Isbn
9780470121658
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), maps
System control number
(OCoLC)230180369

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