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Snuff Use by Women

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1 Snuff Use by Women on Mon May 31, 2010 11:15 pm

Another from Widows by the Thousands, page 76

Marshall Dec. 23rd, 1862
Harriet to Theophilus

"I am out of snuff & almost distracted please send me some if you can..."

Interesting quote

Three Months in the Southern States, Lt. Col. Arthur J.L. Fremantle, page 49

April 22, 1863. The women at Oakville were most anxious to buy snuff. It appears that the Texan females are in the habit of dipping snuff--which means, putting it into their mouths instead of their noses. They rub it against their teeth with a blunted stick.

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