Contributor biographical information for A culinary history of the Great Black Swamp : buckeye candy, bratwurst and apple butter / Nathan Crook.


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Bowling Green resident Nathan C. Crook, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist and Assistant Professor of English and Agricultural Communication at The Ohio State University’s agricultural campus in Wooster. He researches and writes about the myriad uses of food as a community identifier and a mode of communication.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Maumee River Valley (Ind. and Ohio) -- History.
Pioneers -- Maumee River Valley (Ind. and Ohio) -- History.
Cooking -- Maumee River Valley (Ind. and Ohio) -- History.
Food habits -- Maumee River Valley (Ind. and Ohio) -- History.
Cooking, American -- Maumee River Valley (Ind. and Ohio) -- History.
Pioneers -- Michigan -- History.
Cooking -- Michigan -- History.
Food habits -- Michigan -- History.
Cooking, American -- Michigan -- History.