Smithfield ham (1853, 1859)

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   There are wonderful Southern publications in the American Periodical
Series, but it doesn't look like they will be microfilmed any time soon.  The
SOUTHERN PLANTER AND FARMER, from 1841, is one great periodical I just don't have
   For DARE and others who have to have "Smithfield ham" right now, the best
is in the Making of America databases.

Author: Forrest, William S.
Title: Historical and descriptive sketches of Norfolk and vicinity, including
Portsmouth and the adjacent counties, during a period of two hundred years.
Publication date: 1853.
<A HREF=";cc=moa;sid=a932f117eeafb389b79318f6bdaf1fc1;q1=Smithfield%20hams;rgn=full%20text;idno=AFK4097.0001.001;view=image;seq=00000032">Page XXXII - Table of Contents</A>  - 1 term matching "Smithfield hams"
<A HREF=";cc=moa;sid=a932f117eeafb389b79318f6bdaf1fc1;q1=Smithfield%20hams;rgn=full%20text;idno=AFK4097.0001.001;view=image;seq=00000480">Page 480</A>  - 1 term matching "Smithfield hams"
Pg. 480:  Smithfield Hams.
Pg. 481:  An immense amount of bacon is annually shipped from this county,
and the reputation of their hams is as world-renowned as those from Westphalia.

<A HREF="">Loungings In The Footsteps Of The Pioneers</A>: pp. 741-763
<A HREF="">p. 747</A> 1 match of 'Smithfield ham*' in: Title:  Harper's new monthly
magazine. / Volume 18, Issue 108
Publisher:  Harper & Bros.  Publication Date:   May 1859
City:   New York    Pages:  874 page images in vol.
Pg. 747:  Smithfield hams are certainly the best produced any where at this
(Pg. 748--ed.)  end of Mr. Field's cable, and as the Westphalia granters know
not the taste of a nubbin, probably better than the boast of Europe.

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