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by Maggie Black

Author: Maggie Black
Language: English
Publisher: WI Books (March 1985)
Pages: 112 pages
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Women's Institute Calendar of Feasts.

Women's Institute Calendar of Feasts. 0900556935 (ISBN13: 9780900556937). Maggie Black is the author of several publications including From Handpumps to Health: The Evolution of Water and Sanitation Programmes in Bangladesh, India and Nigeria and In the Twilight Zone: Child Workers in the Hotel, Tourism and Catering Industry.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Dominating the sources and background of both books is Geoffrey Chaucer's & Tales'. Drawing on the cuisine of the Middle Ages, from the fall of the Roman Empire to Henry VIII's break with Rome. The second major work cited in Ms. Black's volume is a pedagogical volume by an upper middle class member of the gentry identified as & Goodman of Paris'.

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The Women's Institute (WI) is a community-based organisation for women in the United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand. The movement was founded in Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada, by Erland and Janet Lee with Adelaide Hoodless being the first speaker in 1897. It was based on the British concept of Women's Guilds, created by Rev Archibald Charteris in 1887 and originally confined to the Church of Scotland.

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