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Bøker Bok 1112 av 12The corn crop," as Mr. SB Ruggles remarked recently in Chicago, " is condensed and...
" The corn crop," as Mr. SB Ruggles remarked recently in Chicago, " is condensed and reduced in bulk by feeding it into an animal form, more portable. The hog eats the corn, and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus becomes incarnate ; for what is a. hog, but... "
Proceedings of the National Ship-Canal Convention, Held at the City of ... - Side 50
1863 - 248 sider
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The Claims of Kinfolk: African American Property and Community in the ...

Dylan C. Penningroth - 2003 - 310 sider
...nonslaveowning white southerners and working-class whites in northern cities.88 As one journalist joked: "What is a hog, but fifteen or twenty bushels of corn on four legs?"89 Enslaved southerners knew that hogs could eat up waste scraps and turn them into valuable...
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Rally 'round the Flag: Chicago and the Civil War

Theodore J. Karamanski - 2006 - 292 sider
...praised the efficiency of this cycle: "The hog eats the corn and Europe eats the hog. Corn thus became incarnate; for what is a hog but fifteen or twenty bushels of corn on four legs?" In April 1 862 , the Chicago Tribune chauvinistically claimed for the city the title "Porkopolis."...
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