Christmas in Michigan: Tales and Recipes
Celebrate Christmas on Mackinac Island in the 1800s with a young French woman. Relive Christmas in Detroit when holiday shoppers took streetcars. Visit the U.P. during the Depression when food was scarce, but not the Christmas spirit. Re-enter Grandma's kitchen to taste her cookies, cakes, and Christmas pudding.
5.5" x 8.5"
by Carole Eberly
published in 1987, 2000, 2006
Dr. Carole Mary Eberly, a graduate of Michigan State University's School of Journalism, began her career as a general assignment reporter at the Charlevoix Courier. She later became news editor for radio station WHMI in Howell before being hired as a state capital correspondent for United Press International, where she covered all branches of government for more than five years. Carole started Eberly Press in 1977 which published books filled with Michigan lore and recipes. She was awarded MSU's College of Communications Arts & Sciences Outstanding Alumni Award in 1981 and the National Federation of Press Women's Communicators of Achievement for 2006, the group's highest honor.