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  • The baking process during the 1840's

    I found this site while searching for more information on the use of "baker's pine" in a WFO.

    It didn't answer my question about what exactly "baker's pine" is, but I found it to be fascinating reading!

    Fort Vancouver: Historic Furnishings Report-Bakery (Chapter 2)

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    Re: The baking process during the 1840's

    Sakoman,

    Good find, that is interesting reading, from the Ft. Vancouver days.

    JED

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