Tea in 18th Century America - Historical Non-Fiction

Tea in 18th Century America - Historical Non-Fiction

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My book on tea is finally done! It focuses on the importance of tea in the colonies in the 18th century. This is a MUST have for lover's of history, America, and tea! I have included a photograph of the index so you get an idea of what is in the book.

...""...Kimberly Walters offers a well researched, well written, and enlightening history of tea in 18th century America in one manageable volume. Tea in 18th Century America's usefulness to historians, living historians, interpreters, reenactors, and others in the field is clear, as is its interest to history fans and tea fans alike. For a beverage that inspired such words as, "And I lift you to my lip, And, like nectar, thee I sip; Oh! how charming is the bliss Of thy aromatic kiss!" (20) should never be resigned to the past." Dr. Lynn Price, Assistant Research Professor at the University of Virginia, Assistant Editor at The Washington Papers

Yours comes signed by the author (me) and personalized (if requested). I also have copies signed by me, Lucinda Brant, and Pamela Patrick White, which will be in the drop down menu for those that want a book signed by all three of us!.

The book is mailed via the book rate and normally arrives within five days within the U.S. If you want it faster, please convo me first or just add the extra postage link to your cart and I will refund any difference. International orders arrive in 7-10 days, and any overage to my shipping price will be refunded.

Cover art is by Pamela Patrick White of White Historic Art, back cover photo of me by Robin Matty at Cliveden just outside of Philadelphia, and the Foreward is by Lucinda Brant - best selling historical romance author!

Reviews can be found on my webpage at - https://www.kwaltersatthesignofthegrayhorse.com/p/tea-in-18th-century-america.html

My book is published by K. Walters at the Sign of the Gray Horse and printed by Ingram within the United States.

If interested in wholesale orders, contact me via e-mail at kimberlywalters [!at] comcast.net. More information can also be found on my website at - https://www.kwaltersatthesignofthegrayhorse.com/p/tea-in-18th-century-america.html

Portrait is of Mrs. Nathaniel Loring by Joseph Badger, Dayton Art Institute 1760-1763 used by permission.
Newspaper clipping is from the Virginia Gazette, Purdie & Dixon 14 October 1773
ISBN- 978-1-7337087-0-8

Cliveden - http://www.cliveden.org/battle-of-germantown/

Lucinda Brant - https://www.lucindabrant.com/

White Historic Art "Teapot and Violets" - http://bwhite.faso.com/portfolio-viewer?collection=93390#lg=1&artworkId=3012907

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5 out of 5 stars

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Carol Byrd Sep 4, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
I LOVE THIS BOOK!!! everything you ever wanted to know. Awesome transaction. Fast, complete and as described. THANKS!!!

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Patricia Sowers Aug 29, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
I enjoyed my first copy so much I bought 5 more as gifts!! Ms. Walters is a phenomenal researcher and developer in many areas of the 18th century. The beautiful cover of this well written and easy to read book has illustrations and great sources. A must have for your library!

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Debrah Hensley-The Aug 29, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
Such a beautiful book! I got one as a gift and one for me!

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Ramona Invidiato Aug 15, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
An excellent, well written and researched book. It's a must have for anyone who is interested in 18th century foodways.

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