Queen Sugar

Author: Natalie Baszile
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698151542
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The inspiration for the acclaimed OWN TV series produced by Oprah Winfrey and Ava DuVernay, returning for season two on June 20th “Smart and heartfelt and highly recommended.” —Karen Joy Fowler, author of The Jane Austen Book Club ...

Lost Kingdom

Author: Julia Flynn Siler
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 0802194885
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Portraits of royalty and rogues, sugar barons, and missionaries combine into a sweeping tale of the Hawaiian Kingdom’s rise and fall. At the center of the story is Lili‘uokalani, the last queen of Hawai‘i.

Around Lake Okeechobee

Author: Barbara D. Oeffner
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439626111
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Barbara D. Oeffner, Amie Dunning. In the 1948 Cane Court, Betty Sears Murphy
and Fred Sikes held the titles of “Queen Sugar” and “King Cane”. (CM.) Brannon,
Clyde Egley, Earl Maxon, Frank Mueller, Frank Rodriguez, and. In the 1948 Cane
Court, the princes were, from left to right, James Here is a night view of the
Clewiston Sugar House.

Sugar Creek

Author: Piland, Richard N.
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439641056
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Piland, Richard N., Sugar Creek Historical Center. The queen and princesses of
the seventh annual Sugar Creek Beauty Queen contest pose poolside for this
1962 photograph. The lovely ladies are, from left to right, Joyce Wagner, Dee Ann
Klaus (queen), and Mary Layton. All three of the popular women graduated from
Van Horn High School. Slavic customs and ethnic cultural traditions have been
shared in.

Insane And Unseemly

Author: John Saville
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1848760345
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Among the minority who neither walked, cycled nor caught the train were the
King, in Field Marshal's uniform, and the Queen. Sugar Palm and the Orison colt,
both hot favourites, and Major Deane's St.Valery were among the winners on the
eight race card, Tommy Carey rode a treble,Arthur Wragg a double, and Cliff and
Gordon Richards had a winner apiece. Then, at about 5.45, it was time to go
home and the trouble really started. The problem was that wartime railway
timetables ...

Sugar Journal

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Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival King Sucrose (Pete de Gravelle) escorting the
lovely Doris Regan, Queen Sucrose in the Grand March at the Coronation Ball.
Frank and Goldie Barker, guests of honor for this year's Louisiana Sugar Cane
Festival, received a special award from the American Sugar Cane League,
presented by Gilbert Durbin League vice president (on right). The Breakfast at the
Dulcito Plantation is always a popular occasion with the ladies. Organizers of this
event were ...

Sugar Baby

Author: Gesine Bullock-Prado
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1453287221
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Sugar left unmonitored, however, can wreak havoc not only on a pan but on an
entire recipe. Precise temperature is queen in sugar work. If you're going for soft-
ball and walk away in a huff because it's taking so damn long, I'll guarantee you'll
be facing hard crack the next time you check your thermometer. But there is a
way to go back in time (so long as you haven't reached caramelization, i.e., the
sugar has gone to the dark side). As with cream that has been slightly
overwhipped, ...

Sugar And Slavery

Author: Richard B. Sheridan
Publisher: University of West Indies Press
ISBN: 9789768125132
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[of sugar] made more this year than there was last, the country being in perfect
health, and all people very sedulous in improving their estates'.41 10 QUEEN
ANNE'S WAR, 1702-13 The impact of Queen Anne's War on the sugar industry
was probably no less severe than the conflict of King William's reign. As in the
previous war, London sugar prices rose near the beginning and declined near
the end of hostilities. The two wars differed in other respects, however. The falling
off in the ...

New Iberia

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Association in 1940, all of the state's twenty-two sugar parishes were invited to
participate.35 The expansion of the festival's base of support fostered a
concomitant growth in the celebration itself. For example, in 1940, an agricultural
fair was established and the first pageant, the Cavalcade of Cane, was presented
. The pageant, or coronation of the festival royalty, has, in fact, become the focal
point of the festival itself. The coronation of Queen Sugar highlights one of
Louisiana's most ...