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frozen water trade
|LC Classifications||HD9481.N72 W44 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 200 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||200|
Frederic Tudor (September 4, – February 6, ) was an American businessman and merchant. Known as Boston's "Ice King", he was the founder of the Tudor Ice Company and a pioneer of the international ice trade in the early 19th century. He made a fortune shipping ice cut from New England ponds to ports in the Caribbean, Europe, and as far away as India and Hong for: Establishing the ice trade. Get this from a library! The frozen-water trade: a true story. [Gavin Weightman] -- "Reveals the forgotten story of America's vast natural ice trade, which revolutionized domestic life for millions of people"--Front flap of jacket.
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The man credited with creating the ice business and ushering in the era of fresh foods is Frederic Tudor, described by his biographer Gavin Weightman (The Frozen-Water Trade, ) as “a diminutive, pig-headed Bostonian.” Tudor was one of your classic when-life-hands-you-lemons-make-lemonade kind of guys. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: The story of the 19th-century ice trade, in which ice from the lakes of New England - valued for its incredible purity - revolutionised domestic life around the world.
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The Frozen Water Trade is an exciting tale of an entrepreneur who took a gigantic step in making this possibleâ€”it is the story of Frederick Tudor, the â€œice king.â€ The idea of an ice business was initially derided by a parade of seemingly endless critics who laughed as if Tudor did not understand that his iceâ€”and his profitsâ€”would melt if he did not take proper by: The book is about the trade of selling frozen blocks of ice from lakes, rivers and streams in the northeastern US around the world in the late 's, early 's.
I own an ice chest from around this period and remember the stories from my parents of /5. The Paperback of the The Frozen Water Trade: A True Story by Gavin Weightman at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience.4/4(2). The Frozen-Water Trade is a delightful history lesson. At a time when ice cream and iced drinks are de rigueur, it is hard to imagine that once ice was not in fashion, and that a young man named Frederic Tudor created our “addiction” to the commodity.
The frozen water trade had a profound influence on the tastes of a large part of the world, but with the development of artificial cooling systems in the first quarter of the 20th century, the huge industry established by Frederic Tudor vanished as if it had never been.
The Frozen Water Trade is an exciting tale of an entrepreneur who took a gigantic step in making this possibleâ€”it is the story of Frederick Tudor, the â€œice king.â€ The idea of an ice business was initially derided by a parade of seemingly endless critics who laughed as if Tudor did not understand that his iceâ€”and his profitsâ€”would melt if he did not take proper precautions/5(50).
Over 30 years, he and his rivals extended the "frozen water trade" to Cuba, Charleston, New Orleans, New York, and London, and finally to Calcutta, when in more than one hundred tons of ice survived a four-month voyage of 16, miles with two crossings of the Equator.
The frozen water trade had a profound influence on the tastes of a large part of the world, but with the development of artificial cooling systems in the first quarter of the 20th century, the huge /5(2).
The Frozen-Water Trade: A True Story Hardcover – Large Print, 1 Jun by Gavin Weightman (Author)/5(32). The book focuses on Frederic Tudor, the most successful of the frozen water trade entrepreneurs and the originator of many of the practices of the business.
Overall it's a pretty good book, although at times it does bog down a bit by focusing on the Tudor family issues/5(35). The story of the 19th-century ice trade, in which ice from the lakes of New England valued for its incredible purity revolutionised domestic life around the the days before artificial refrigeration, it was thought impossible to transport ice for long distances.
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The frozen-water trade: a true story User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Weightman, a British journalist and filmmaker, recounts important aspects of the ice. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Frozen-Water Trade Weightman's story is one of astounding American ingenuity and steadfast ambition chronicling the founding and growth of the ice industry by Frederic Tudor of Boston in the early 's.
The Frozen Water Trade is a fascinating story of entrepreneurship, engineering, marketing, and Yankee ingenuity, and Weightman's contribution to our understanding of this little known industry is immense.5/5(5). The Frozen-Water Trade by Gavin Weightman Ice cream is surely the all-American dessert, almost as ubiquitous in winter as in summer.
We Americans are known to drink tea iced, beer cold, and mixed drinks "on the rocks". At first thought, we might assume that these tastes developed in the first half of the 20th century. Readers’ questions about The Frozen Water Trade: A True Story.
1 question answered. Readers’ questions about The Frozen Water Trade: A True Story. 1 question answered. Ask and answer questions about books. You can pose questions to the Goodreads community with Reader Q&A, or ask your favorite author a question with Ask the Author. Read free book excerpt from The Frozen Water Trade by Gavin Weightman, page 2 of 6.
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The frozen water commerce had a profound affect on the tastes of a giant a part of the world, however with the event of synthetic cooling methods within the first quarter of the twentieth century, the large business established by Frederic Tudor vanished as if it had by no means been.
How to Download The Frozen Water Trade (Text Only) Pdf. In the book “The Frozen-Water Trade” (Hyperion), author Gavin Weightman recounts Tudor’s life story—how this fiercely determined entrepreneur ultimately realized his dream, becoming a wealthy man in the process.
The Iceman Cometh.The Frozen-Water Trade. by Gavin Weightman (Hyperion; $) Ap Save this story for later. Weightman’s book reminds us that creating demand can be as important as meeting it.♦.The Frozen Water Trade is a fascinating account of the birth of an industry that ultimately revolutionized domestic life for millions of people.
Now in paperback, the fascinating story of America's vast natural ice trade which revolutionized the 19th century On Februthe brig Favorite left Boston harbor bound for the Caribbean.