The Pliny Freeman garden

Creasy, Rosalind
January 1997
Early American Homes;1997 Special Issue Gardens Issue, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p36
Features the Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts, an outdoor museum of living history interpreting life in New England after the Revolution. Garden belonging to middle-class farmer Pliny Freeman; Gardening as an exercise in history; Recipes using vegetables grown in the garden.


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