This book traces the development of both a town and the county in which it resides from their origins in the 1850s through the original publication. The first half of the book provides a chronological account of the development of Emporia. Following this... eating of the pies, wondered where the green apples with which to make them had come from, in this new country. ... Sorghum cookies frequently went to school along with the wild fruit butter and corn bread and ground cherry preserves.
|Title||:||History of Emporia and Lyon County, Kansas|
|Author||:||Laura M. French|
|Publisher||:||Heritage Books - 2009-05-01|