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Get this from a library! Soda pop!: from miracle medicine to pop culture. [Michael Karl Witzel; Gyvel Young-Witzel] -- The history of soda pop, its biggest names (Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Moxie, Dr Pepper, and 7 Up), and its contributions to other industries such as soda fountains, drive-in . From its evolution as a miracle medicine to its prominent role in the refreshment industry, soda pophas become a daily staple and international commodity. This colorful and nostalgic volume presents the history of the explosive growth of soda pop around the world, (pop culture," and the huge popularity of collectible soda pop memorabilia.5/5(1). #76 Soda Pop! From Miracle Medicine to Pop Culture According to the calendar of events I've been using, today Coca-Cola was invented. Now I was all excited because I have a few Coke recipes but something didn't seem right. My Granny Berta was born the same year Coca-Cola was invented and I was pretty sure it was in the same month. Click to read more about Soda pop!: from miracle medicine to pop culture by Michael Karl Witzel. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(1).
Soda Pop: From Miracle Medicine to Pop Culture: Witzel, Michael Karl, Young-Witzel, Gyvel: Books - 5/5(3). Reprinted from Soda Pop! From Miracle Medicine to Pop Culture Location is Everything - Little Rock, Arkansas Show Michael M. Elling Kathy's Corner - Best Deals, Trades and Bargains Kathy Hopson Classified Ads New Members Bottle Shows. The Soda Fizz ~ May-June, From the Editor Buyer's Market - The Jackson, Mississippi Show Michael M. Elling. For the book shelf. As a sodamaker, it always helps to know your roots. Soda Pop!: From Miracle Medicine to Pop Culture is an interesting read that looks at the history of soda pop in general as well as the history of a few specific flavors and brands. Unsubscribe from GingerPale? Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Need to report the video? Sign in to report inappropriate content. Sign in to make your Missing: Miracle Medicine.
Witzel took the “ pause that refreshes ” in and penned Soda Pop: From Miracle Medicine to Pop Culture, a picture-packed history of carbonated beverages. This nostalgic title was co-authored with his wife, Gyvel Young-Witzel (both are members of the American Society of Journalists and Authors). Follow Michael Karl Witzel and explore their bibliography from 's Michael Karl Witzel Author g: Miracle Medicine. Pharmacists were soon making soda mixtures with stronger drugs known as “nervines,” a category that included strychnine, cannabis, morphine, opium, heroin, and a new miracle compound called cocaine, which was first isolated in “Cocaine was a wonder drug at the time when it was first discovered,” Donovan explains. The term “soda” is from the word “sodium,” which was a common mineral in natural springs water. The word “pop” was first used in and referred to the sound of a carbonated beverage opening.  In parts of the U.S. and Canada, soda is variously referred to as “pop,” “soda,” or generically as “coke.” Across the Missing: Miracle Medicine.