By Diane B. Smith
Stories and recollections of picking, eating and preserving this popular native fruit, from the 1800s up to the present day. Traces the story of their use by Native Americans, to the commercial harvesting of our Pocono Mountain huckleberries in the early 1900s, to the cultivated blueberries of today. Includes dozens of family photographs and recipes. 7.25″× 8.5″, color, 180 pages, softcover, $23.59.