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1 History of the Ham on Mon May 31, 2010 11:18 pm

Copied from Texas Civilian Yahoo list. Posted October 2007 by Vicki Betts.

Cliopatria provided a link to Common-place, an online history journal sponsored by the American Antiquarian Society. Included is David S. Shields' article "The Search for the Cure: The Quest for the Superlative American Ham."

http://www.common-place.org/vol-08/no-01/shields/

Since the South, including that part of Texas settled prior to the Civil War, is the land of "hog and hominy" I thought some folks might find this interesting.

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