Plain Southern eating from the reminiscences of A. L. Tommie Bass, herbalist by A. L. Tommie Bass

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Published by Duke University Press in Durham, N.C .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Southern States,
  • Southern States.

Subjects:

  • Bass, A. L. Tommie,
  • Food habits -- Southern States,
  • Diet -- Southern States,
  • Cookery, American -- Southern style,
  • Southern States -- Social life and customs

Edition Notes

Book details

Statementcompiled and edited by John K. Crellin.
ContributionsCrellin, J. K.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTX357 .B435 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 117 p. :
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2401545M
ISBN 100822308282
LC Control Number87031765

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For 81 years, Tommie Bass cooked his old fashioned salve on a pot-bellied stove in the shadow of Lookout Mountain in the Appalachian Mountains. This salve has been passed down in the Bass family for over years and has been used for treating everything from skin cancer to psoriasis.

Tommie Bass was a national treasure, a backwoods herbalist from the southern Appalachians in Alabama who knew about all of the plants, herbs and trees growing in the woods and how each could cure what ails you.

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Put together from tapes of the extensive conversations Patton had with Tommie Bass before the herbalist died in at the age of 88, the book offers descriptions of Bass's botanical knowledge in Bass's own words.

In addition to Tommie Bass's home-spun advice, Patton also offers wide-ranging information about the herbs Bass used in his practice. At the time of his death in"Tommie" Bass, was probably the most well-known herbalist in the United States.

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Bass lived almost his entire life in the Tennessee Valley and Ridge section of Alabama, primarily in Cherokee County. A Reference Guide to Medicinal Plants: Herbal Medicine Past and Present [based on the practice of herbalist A.L. "Tommie" Bass]. Durham: Duke University Press. (Previously published as vol.

2 of Herbal Medicine Past and Present) Crellin, J. K., ed. Plain Southern Eating (Durham: Duke University Press, ). Patton, Darryl. Tommie Bass attended school only one day in his entire life, but he was constantly absorbing the plant and animal lore of the Southern Appalachians, as well as a variety of jokes, tales, and songs.

His mother taught him to write, and he learned to read from local newspapers, the Bible, and popular magazines. At the time of his death (Aug ), Arthur Lee "Tommie" Bass, was probably the most well-known herbalist in the United States.

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Tommie Bass, herbalist' -- subject(s): American Cookery, Diet, Food habits, Social life and customs, Southern. Tommie Bass Herb Doctor of Shinbone Ridge Paperback – January 1, by Darryl Patton (Author), Laura Holt (Illustrator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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When I was the tender age of 16 I hadn’t a car, so I had to hump it on my back and carry it everywhere. Based on the teachings of southern folk herbalist Tommie Bass, this guide is a treasury of old-timey herbal wisdom and little-used local medicinals.

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Tommie Bass walking through the woods.) Tommie: We were created out of the earth there.Phyllis Light studied with Tommie Bass and continues to practice herbalism at the Southern extreme of Appalachian in Arab, GA (Light, ).

Light also put out a book recently (P. Light, ). Observations about Tommie were also made into a book by another one of his students and friends (Patton, ).

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