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The Cranberry Girl

The Cranberry Girl

C026/2927

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UNIVERSAL HISTORY ARCHIVE / UIG / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY UNIVERSAL HISTORY ARCHIVE / UIG / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

The Cranberry Girl. The fruit of the Cranberry (Vaccinium oxycoccos), a prostrate shrub native to acid boggy moorlands in Britain, was collected by women and sold in local markets or turned into a preserve for winter use. From The Costume of Yorkshire by George Walker (Leeds, 1814). Hand coloured aquatint.

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