Ode to the mammoth cheese
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Ode to the mammoth cheese presented to Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States by the inhabitants of Cheshire, Massachusetts, January 1, 1802

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Published by s.n. in [Cheshire, Mass.? .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Jefferson, Thomas, -- 1743-1826,
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1801-1809

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 2817
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 broadside
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15053672M

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In the summer of , Elder John Leland persuaded the ladies of his Baptist congregation in Cheshire, Massachusetts, to manufacture a "mammoth cheese." He intended to present it to President Thomas Jefferson in honor of his republicanism and his support of religious liberty. 1 Word of the cheese-making and its purpose soon appeared in print. Ode On The Mammoth Cheese poem by James McIntyre. We have seen the Queen of cheese Laying quietly at your ease Gently fanned by evening breeze. Page. Ode on the Mammoth Cheese. 1 min read 0. The Iliad: Book 1 (Homer Poems) The Brus Book 19 (John Barbour Poems) Orlando Furioso Canto 4 (Ludovico Ariosto Poems) Poetry: A Metrical Essay, Read Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Harvard (Oliver Wendell Holmes Poems).   Ode on the Mammoth Cheese Weighing over seven thousand pounds. We have seen the Queen of cheese, Laying quietly at your ease, Gently fanned by evening breeze — Thy fair form no flies dare seize. All gaily dressed soon you’ll go To the great Provincial Show, To be admired by many a beau In the city of Toronto. Cows numerous as a swarm of.

About The Book. Acclaimed best-selling author Sheri Holman’s third novel, The Mammoth Cheese, has been hailed as “stunning a Great American Novel par excellence” by Newsday and by The New York Times Book Review as “lovely, disarming tough, sad and surprisingly sweet.” Three Chimney’s, Virginia resident Margaret Pricket, a single mother and specialty cheese maker, is in.   The Mammoth Cheese came as a loaned book from my male co-worker, which now somewhat suprises me since this book is more than definitely a 'female sort-of' novel. The storyline of this novel is somewhat fresh and original, however I felt as though the character development lacked and therefore the story did not evolve as successfully as it could /5(). Books similar to The Mammoth Cheese The Mammoth Cheese. by Sheri Holman. avg. rating Ratings. Three Chimney's, Virginia, resident Margaret Pricket, a single mother and specialty cheese maker, is in danger of losing all she holds dear. Her century-old family dairy farm is falling deeper into.   What follows is one of the worst poems ever written, as compiled in "Very Bad Poetry," by Kathryn Petras and her brother Ross. "Ode on the Mammoth Cheese Weighing Over 7, Pounds" by James McIntyre ().

  Fortunately, the 2nd half had more substance, but it wasn't enough to save this book. It is a discombobulated story about a woman who delivered 11 children after fertility drugs. Add in a woman who is about to lose her farm and along the way discovers that the man she has taken for granted for 13 years may be more than a s: Fortunately, the 2nd half had more substance, but it wasn't enough to save this book. It is a discombobulated story about a woman who delivered 11 children after fertility drugs. Add in a woman who is about to lose her farm and along the way discovers that the man she has taken for granted for 13 years may be more than a s: Get this from a library! Ode to the mammoth cheese: presented to Thomas Jefferson, president of the United States, by the inhabitants of Cheshire, Massachusetts, January 1, [Thomas Kennedy]. The cheese inspired a critically acclaimed work of fiction, The Mammoth Cheese, by Sheri Holman in and published by the Grove Press, which told the story about a small town cheesemaker convinced by her pastor to make a giant cheese for the President-elect.