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By Noel Perrin

ISBN-10: 0874515793

ISBN-13: 9780874515794

Perrin's offers this pleasant account of establishing a sugarhouse and makingmaple sugar in Vermont.

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There is not a single oil well on my farm. The sale seemed all but made. But then Mr. Moore began picking up parts and explaining how to set the evaporator up when I got it home: where the floats go, which washers go where on the pan connectors, what the regulator is, how to lay the bricks (supplied by owner), how to reverse the heater pipe. It became clear to me that I'd never get the damn thing set up right, and even if I did, I wasn't smart enough to oper- Page 45 ate even a Lightning. I began to think longingly about iron kettles.

At one end is a grate in which you build a fire, and the rest amounts to a piece of horizontal chimney. The arch is lined, sides and bottom, with bricks. The top is open, and that's where your pans sit. You build a fire in the grate, and it roars down the arch right under the pans. Then it turns and roars up a big stovepipe at the far end. By ancient rule, that pipe is twice as high as the arch is long. If flames come out the top of it, your fire may be a trifle high. Now if you have a one-pan evaporator, first of all it has to be very small, because the one pan Page 34 goes the whole length of the arch.

Edward's uncle Erastus Fairbanks was a past governor of Vermont Page 9 and was running again that very fall on the Republican ticket. ) Edward himself had gone to Andover and then to Yale, where he graduated in 1859. In 1860 he was home for a year, helping round the factory. St. Johnsbury, along with about fifty other Vermont towns, was due to be included in the first volume of the Vermont Historical Gazetteer that year; and doubtless because of his Ivy League training in scholarship, young Edward Fairbanks was asked to do the history of his home town.

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