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16513
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BLUM's FARMER'S AND PLANTER'S ALMANAC, founded in 1828 by John Christian Blum includes a large portion of weather signs and lore.
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35163
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In 1841, it appeared to rain blood, which was later found out to be part of a large amount of butterflies shedding their pupa. However, this did not stop more extreme explanations from coming forth.
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35721
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Throughout folklore, frogs are often associated with rain and one particular family that now lives in Columbus, Ohio, believe that frogs come to the earth via rain.
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35275
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A list of 15 superstitions relating to children, weather, love/marriage, and death.
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35538
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A collection of 17 stories and folktales written by children, each with an accompanying drawing.
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36334
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Usually an accompaniment to barbecue, hash, a food mostly native to South Carolina, is basically a stew made with meat and vegetables, but the base broth varies widely dependent on the individual. The best agreed upon time to make hash, however, is by the light of a full moon.