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Leather - Wikipedia

Leather is a durable and flexible material created by tanning animal rawhides, mostly cattle hide.It can be produced at manufacturing scales ranging from cottage industry to heavy industry.

From England to Scott « Rex Nelson's Southern Fried

It was late in the duck season, and Randy Ensminger and I had stopped for gas at England on our way back from Little Siberia, the famous southeast Arkansas hunting club where we had spent the previous evening.

Watermill - Wikipedia

Ancient Near East. According to Terry S. Reynolds and R. J. Forbes, the water wheel may have originated from the ancient Near East in the 3rd century BC for use in moving millstones and small-scale grain grinding.

The Food Timeline: cake history notes

Betty Crocker "General Mills, firmly rooted in grain products--Gold Medal Flour, Bisquick, Softasilk, Wheaties, and Cheerios--embraced cake mixes, but Betty was a late arrival to the party.

Wind powered factories: history (and future) of industrial ...

One remaining example is "De Schoolmeester" ("The Teacher"), built in 1692 (see the introductory picture and the interior below). Wind powered paper mills were rare in other countries, but water powered versions already appeared in the 11th century and became quite common – in England there were 417 of them in 1800.

List of Old English Occupations and descriptions

gold england occupations, census occupations, explanation of old occupations, census, historical occupations,

A Brief History of England - Local Histories

A SHORT HISTORY OF ENGLAND. By Tim Lambert. Prehistoric and Ancient England. About 4,500 BC farming was introduced into what is now England. Using stone axes the farmers began clearing the forests that covered England.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF LONDON, ENGLAND - Local Histories

A BRIEF HISTORY OF LONDON, ENGLAND. By Tim Lambert. Dedicated to Lucinda Wilde. ROMAN LONDON. The Romans founded London about 50 AD. Its name is derived from the Celtic word Londinios, which means the place of the bold one.

The Food Timeline--history notes: algae to creamed onions

Algae Algae, seaweed, nori, kaiso, agar agar, miuk, carrageen, Irish moss, spirulina, tecuilatl: vitamin rich edible gifts from the sea. Consumed from prehistoric times forward, culinary applications depend upon place/period/people.

England, A History of

A brief history of England from the Celts to the Present with a list of its monarchs and archbishops.