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This collections explores the immigration history, cultural traditions, identity, and contemporary experience of cultural groups throughout the state. Field research documented the experience of immigrants in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries…

Two women who grew up in different Vermont towns with different religions share memories of Easter and Passover foods and rituals, including home-grown horseradish.

Section four: Many Languages, Many Cultures includes details on foodways of French-Canadians (p. 77), Italian (p. 88 & 91), Polish (p. 94 & 96-98), Armenian (102), Syrian (107-108), Lebanese (113).
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