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Apple Butter-Making in Green Tree Borough
Learn about this long-forgotten trend that many former Green Tree residents used to embrace.

Apple Butter-Making
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Green Tree The Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph September 23, 1937 "It's Apple Butter - Can Be Cooked Outside or On Kitchen Stove"

Pittsburgh Weekly Gazette October 2, 1994 "The Art of Making Apple Butter"

Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph October 28, 1939 "She Tells Friend How Spread is Made in Kettle on Farm"

Pittsburgh Press October 25, 1929 "Church Workers Gather at Steaming Caldrons to Aid Church Fund"

Pittsburgh Press September 24, 1930 "Apple Butter Cooking Reminds of Olden Day"

Pittsburgh Daily Post October 10, 1903 "Quite A Stir in the Apple Butter Line"

Pittsburgh Daily Post October 11, 1908 "Apple Butter-Making" by Raymond Evans

Pittsburgh Sun Telegraphic October 19, 1938 "Converting the Apple Crop into Cider and Butter"

Pittsburgh Post Gazette - Two Apple Butter Photographs

Wikipedia "Apple Butter"

Pittsburgh Weekly Gazette October 9, 1904 Letter to newspaper explaining how to make apple butter

"Greentree Wives Hold Apple Butter Making Festival"

Margaret D. Paul for Pennsylvania Federation of Women's Clubs' Contest 1969-1970 "Apple Butter"

Tait's Edinburgh Magazine for 1839 by William Tait

 

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