Most of our state food questions are generated by elementary/secondary students working on state reports. They reported that the Indians feasted on wild turkey, game, fish, melons, and squash.
Many of you have to prepare a food representative of your state. If you need more information (looking for state foods connected with a particular period/people? Around 1700, two French brothers...established an all-male settlement..Mobile, Alabama..after arriving..young women staged a petticoat rebellion against the crude food of the settlement, which mainly consisted of game, fish, wild plants, and berries...
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