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Domestic Life in a 19th Century Weaver's Cottage
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Making Havercakes, from The Costume of Yorkshire

Havercakes were a staple of the diet or working class people in Yorkshire during the Victorian period.  Made from oats, they were thin and crispy.  The illustration shows havercakes drying on a flake rack hanging form the ceiling.


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