Traditional and vernacular recipes for cakes, pies, meats, vegetables, and preserving. Profusely illustrated with advertisements for various Kickapoo products (worm killer, cough cure, oils and salves), which depict native Americans in stereotypical activities and include lengthy text about Indian history and culture. Advertisements also include testimonials from customers and extensive descriptions of how these medicines work. Images of selected pages from this item are available. Searchable text is only available for the title page, index, and/or contents pages. Chapter headings: Pages 1: Testimonials - Pages 2 - 3: Testimonials (cont.); Cakes - Pages 4: The Proprietors of Kickapoo Indian Remedies - Pages 5: Cakes - Pages 6 - 7: Indian Salve; Cakes - Pages 8 - 9: Where the Kickapoo Indian Medicines are Sold; Cakes - Pages 12 - 13: Tapeworm Remedy; Cakes - Pages 14 - 15: Kickapoo Indian Sagwa; Cookies - Pages 32 - 33: Making a Brave; Stews - Pages 34 - 35: Indian Oil; Meat - Pages 50 - 51: Caution to the Public; Sherbet; Candy - Pages 56 - 57: Indian Salve; Miscellaneous - Pages 58 - 59: Abscess; Apoplexy; Miscellaneous - Pages 60 - 61: Little Bright Eye, Indian Princess; Miscellaneous - Pages 62: Indians Playing Tennis - Pages 64: Principal Wigwam, 521, 523, 525 Grand Avenue, New Haven, Conn..