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Anthony Mitchell Sammarco is a noted historian and author of over sixty books on Boston, its neighborhoods and surrounding cities and towns. He lectures widely on the history and development of his native city. Series: Regional Histories.

Local historian Anthony Sammarco details the delicious saga of Massachusetts's Baker Chocolate Company, from Hannon's mysterious disappearance and the famed La Belle Chocolatiere advertising campaing to cacao been smuggling sparked by Revolutionary Wa. .

Local historian Anthony Sammarco details the delicious saga of Massachusetts's Baker Chocolate Company, from Hannon's mysterious disappearance and the famed La Belle Chocolatiere advertising campaing to cacao been smuggling sparked by Revolutionary War blockades. Both bitter and sweet, this tale is sure to tickle your taste buds.

The Baker Chocolate Company book. Anthony Mitchell Sammarco is a noted historian and author of over sixty books on the history and development of Boston, and he lectures widely on the history and development of his native city.

The Baker Chocolate Company. Discover the true story behind America’s first chocolate company, formed in pre-Revolutionary New England. Local historian Anthony Sammarco details the delicious saga of Massachusetts’s Baker Chocolate Company, from Hannon’s mysterious disappearance and the famed La Belle Chocolatiere advertising campaign to cacao bean smuggling sparked by Revolutionary War blockades. Business Lifestyle & Sports. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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by. Sammarco, Anthony Mitchell. Introduction - Hail Quetzalcoatl! - - Cacao on the Neponset - The Baker family - Henry Lillie Pierce - The mighty exhibitions and ephemera - The Forbes syndicate and postum-general foods - The golden age of snack foods - La belle chocolatiere - Employees and associates - Chocolate village.

Anthony M. Sammarco is a noted historian and author of sixty books on the history and development of Boston, and he. Sammarco is a noted historian and author of sixty books on the history and development of Boston, and he lectures widely on the history and developm. ent of his native city. He commenced writing in 1995, and his books Dorchester and The Baker Chocolate Company: A Sweet History have made the bestsellers list. Boston’s Back Bay in the Victorian Era, Dorchester: Volume II, Dorchester Then & Now, Boston’s North End (and Il North End di Boston in Italian) and the Great Boston Fire of 1872, are among his perennially popular books. Download as PDF. Printable version. ISBN 978-1-61423-113-4. The Bostonian Society, "Sweet History: Dorchester and the Chocolate Factory", in conjunction with Kraft Foods, the Dorchester Historical Society, and the Milton Historical Society.

Discover the true story behind America’s first chocolate company, formed in pre-Revolutionary New England.

In 1765, Dr. James Baker of Dorchester stumbled upon Irishman John Hannon crying on the banks of the mighty Neponset River. Hannon, though penniless, possessed the rare skills required to create chocolate, a delicacy exclusive to Europe, and Baker, with pockets bursting, wished to make a name for himself. Using a mill powered by the same river upon which they met, the duo built America's oldest and most beloved manufacturer of this rich treat. Local historian Anthony Sammarco details the delicious saga of Massachusetts's Baker Chocolate Company, from Hannon's mysterious disappearance and the famed La Belle Chocolatiere advertising campaign to cacao bean smuggling sparked by Revolutionary War blockades. Both bitter and sweet, this tale is sure to tickle your taste buds.

The Baker Chocolate Company: A Sweet History (Regional Histories) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1596293533

ISBN: 1596293535

Author: Anthony M. Sammarco

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: The History Press (September 23, 2009)

Pages: 136 pages

ePUB size: 1653 kb

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