1 edition of Phebe Mendall found in the catalog.
Paper read at a meeting of the Old Dartmouth Historical Society, November 30, 1938.
|Statement||by Marion Hicks Campbell|
|Series||Old Dartmouth historical sketches -- no. 71, Old Dartmouth historical sketches -- no. 71.|
|Contributions||Old Dartmouth Historical Society (New Bedford, Mass.)|
|LC Classifications||CT275.M465 C36 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 unnumbered pages ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
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InPhebe Mendall, who was beginning to feel the strain of over 20 years of making cakes — published the cook book of which I spoke at the beginning of the paper. Ours was a thin little book with green pasteboard covers and was published and copyrighted for Robert B.
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Phebe Mendall;: A maker of wedding cakes in Old Dartmouth; (Old Dartmouth historical sketches). Phebe Hart Mendall (), a descendant of early settlers of Old Dartmouth, was born on Februthe fourth of 13 children born to Joseph Hart and Mary Smith Hart. Phebe was widowed at the age of 35 inwhen her husband Elihu Mendall was lost at sea.
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A few of Phebe's receipts you might be unable to follow now. For griddle cakes she mixed up new warm milk, flour and sweet yeast at night, adding butter and eggs in the morning. Opening the book at page 68 three receipts each called «An- other" attract attention and you turn back to page 67 to find they are all about doughnuts.
For a year there- after I crept by on the other side of the street. Sweet-faced Susan Howland lived in her widow- hood, and Caleb Kempton and his wife Lovey, on the other two corners of Walnut street.
Set far back from the street was the quaint house of Phebe Mendall. by women with Anglo-American roots and added a few local books from the early th. century. Although some went through many editions, these books were neither mass- produced.
It was the biography of one Cape Horn widow, Phebe Mendall: A Maker of Wedding Cakes in Old Dartmouth. Phoebe's husband Elihu was lost. The Mayflower left England on Septem with passengers plus crew, and after a grueling 66 day journey, the ship dropped anchor inside the hook tip of Cape Cod (Provincetown Harbor) on November 11 (dates in Old Style, Julian Calendar).
The Mayflower originally was destined for the Hudson River, north of the Jamestown Settlement. Lighting the Way: Historic Women of the South Coast Walking Tour Emily Howland Bourne New Bedford Whaling Museum Emily Howland Bourne () showed the same careful planning in her inspired.
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