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Author: Charles Lathrop Pack
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American Gardening Programs of World War I Rose Hayden-Smith. 52. Char
Miller, review of Charles Lathrop Pack: ... Pack, The War Garden Victorious, 102;
Law- son, City Bountiful, 188. Victory Gardening also occurred during World War
Author: Rose Hayden-Smith
Category: Social Science
Sometimes, to move forward, we must look back. Gardening activity during American involvement in World War I (1917–1919) is vital to understanding current work in agriculture and food systems. The origins of the American Victory Gardens of World War II lie in the Liberty Garden program during World War I. This book examines the National War Garden Commission, the United States School Garden Army, and the Woman’s Land Army (which some women used to press for suffrage). The urgency of wartime mobilization enabled proponents to promote food production as a vital national security issue. The connection between the nation’s food readiness and national security resonated within the U.S., struggling to unite urban and rural interests, grappling with the challenges presented by millions of immigrants, and considering the country’s global role. The same message—that food production is vital to national security—can resonate today. These World War I programs resulted in a national gardening ethos that transformed the American food system.
CHAt'TtK n Vegetable Garden Victorious 1 David M. Tucker, Kitchen Gardening
m America: A Histor}' |Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1993), 121-122. 2.
Charles Lathrop Pack, The War Garden Victorious (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott
Author: Susan Pennington
Publisher: Univ of California Press
In an effort to beautify traditional vegetable gardens, landscape architects and gardeners are finding inspiration in the European vegetable gardens of the 17th century. "Feast Your Eyes" examines the historical antecedents of this modern movement. 106 illustrations. 16 photos.
27. “Says Food Vultures Rob East Side Poor,” New York Times, 15 February
1918. 28. Pack, War Garden Victorious, 1. 29. Ibid., 2. 30. Charles Lathrop Pack, “
Making a Nation of Garden Cities,” Garden Magazine 27, no. 4 (May 1918): 7. 31.
Author: Cecilia Gowdy-Wygant
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Pre
A compelling study of the sea change brought about in politics, society, and gender roles during World Wars I and II by campaigns to recruit Women's Land Armies in Great Britain and the United States to cultivate victory gardens. Cecilia Gowdy-Wygant compares and contrasts the outcomes of war in both nations as seen through women's ties to labor, agriculture, the home, and the environment. She sheds new light on the cultural legacies left by the Women's Land Armies and their major role in shaping national and personal identities.
C. L. Pack, War Garden Victorious, 8. 14. Ibid., 28. 15. Ibid. 16. A. Pack, "From
This Seed," 53. 17. War Garden Victorious, 168. 18. Ibid., 172. 19. Ibid., 176, 23.
20. Ibid., 21 and frontispiece; Poster: "Sow the Seeds of Victory: Plant Your Own ...
Author: Alexandra Eyle
Publisher: Syracuse Univ Pr
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This book reveals Pack's complex personality and dynamic character and masterfully charts the politics of the environmental movement.
6.3 This photograph was used by the National War Garden Commission to
illustrate diversity . The caption ... Reprinted from Charles Lathrop Pack , War Garden Victorious ( Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott Company , 1919 ) , facing p . 64
. Fig .
Luther Burlingame , “ Shop Gardening as a War Measure , ” Industrial
Management 55 , 3 ( March 1918 ) : 205–209 . ... Railroad companies listed in
Pack , War Garden Victorious : New York Central ; Union Pacific ; Northern
Pacific ; Missouri ...
Author: Laura J. Lawson
Since the 1890s, providing places for people to garden has been an inventive strategy to improve American urban conditions. There have been vacant-lot gardens, school gardens, Depression-era relief gardens, victory gardens, and community gardens--each representing a consistent impulse to return to gardening during times of social and economic change. In this critical history of community gardening in America, Laura J. Lawson documents the evolution of urban garden programs in the United States. Her narrative focuses on the values associated with gardening, the ebb and flow of campaigns during times of social and economic crisis, organizational strategies of these primarily volunteer campaigns, and the sustainability of current programs. [from publisher description].
The Garden library has recently received a copy of “ The War Garden Victorious ,
" by Charles Lathrop Pack , President of the National War Garden Commission .
The book is “ dedicated to the War Gardeners of the United States and Allied ...
THE WAR GARDEN VICTORIOUS * Knocking on Wood . 581 Book Table 582
Educational News 584 Not all war work was ghastly , nerve racking , or
financially burdensome . There were high spots in the joy of service . The trench
life THE ...
Author: Midwest History of Education SocietyPublish On: 1994
ENDNOTES 1 Arthur Marwick , War and Social Change in the Twentieth Century
( London , 1974 ) . 2 See Charles Lathrop Park , The War Garden Victorious (
Philadelphia , 1919 ) . 3 Ping Ling , " The Public Schools and Food Conservation
Author: Midwest History of Education Society
Contains papers of the Midwest History of Education Society.
"Home cooks and gourmets, chefs and restaurateurs, epicures, and simple food lovers of all stripes will delight in this smorgasbord of the history and culture of food and drink. Professor of Culinary History Andrew Smith and nearly 200 authors bring together in 770 entries the scholarship on wide-ranging topics from airline and funeral food to fad diets and fast food; drinks like lemonade, Kool-Aid, and Tang; foodstuffs like Jell-O, Twinkies, and Spam; and Dagwood, hoagie, and Sloppy Joe sandwiches."--"Reference that rocks," American Libraries, May 2005.
L. Margaret Barnett, British Food Policy during the First World War (London, 1985
), 26, 77; F. E. Green, "The Allotment Movement," Contemporary Review 114 (
July 1918): 90-96. 50. Charles Lathrop Pack, The War Gardens Victorious ...
Caro Miller , “ The Trend of Home Gardens in 1917 and the Way Philadelphia is
Organizing , " Outdoor Education 1 , no . 7 ( Apr . 1917 ) ... Charles Lathrop Pack , The War Garden Victorious ( Philadelphia : J . B . Lippincott Co . , 1919 ) , 734 .
Even before World War I , vacant - lot gardening was an organized movement in
most cities in North America and Europe as ... The year World War I ended , one
particularly enthusiastic study of Victory Gardens , The War Garden Victorious by
Author: Jennifer Cockrall-King
Category: Social Science
Discusses how urban agriculture can help revolutionize the environmentally unsustainable modern food industry, providing evidence of thriving urban farms within "food deserts" and describing the global movement towards alternative food production.
The War Garden Victorious : Its War Time Need and Its Economic Value in Peace
. xiv + 179 pp . ... account of the inception and development of the home and
community garden movement under the National War Garden Commission is
Wartime Rationing and Victory Gardens Athe WASHINGTON. ... Once the United
States entered Every War Garden a Peace PlantWorld War II , people were
suddenly faced NATIONAL WAR GARDEN COMMISSION ... 7 War Gardens Victorious.
Author: Stephen Feinstein
Publisher: Enslow Pub Incorporated
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Discusses the fashions, fads, politics, advances in medicine and technology, people, and world issues that made the 1940s a unique time in American and world history.
Pack , Charles LATHROP , President National War Garden Commission . The War Garden Victorious : Its War Time Need and Its Economic Value in Peace . xiv
+ 179 pp . + appendix . Illustrated . Published 1919 by the National War Garden ...
7999.267; 7999.26o Pack, Charles Lathrop. Victory gardens feed the hungry: the
needs of peace demand the increased production of food in America's victory
gardens. [Washington.] 1919. Illus. Plan. 7999.265 — The war garden victorious.