1899 - Buck Franklin, son of a Chickasaw freedman (shown with his older brother, Matthew) was named after his grandfather, who had been a slave of a Chickasaw family in Oklahoma. Buck Franklin became a lawyer, and defended survivors of the Tulsa Riots in 1921 which had resulted in the murder of 300 African Americans.
"The Frontispiece to the Assyse of Bread, depicted in Fig. 23, shows bakers forming manchet loaves, using wooden peels to take the loaves in and out of the oven, and scales for weighing the flour and finished loaves. We also see a man tying faggots of wood to use in firing the oven, while a dog appears to be guarding the salt box."