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Cotton Candy Day

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William Morrison and John c. Warton invented cotton candy in 1897, but they kept it a secret intil the 1904 World’s Fair in st. Louis. An instant sucess, it cost half as much as a ticket too the fair! Originally called “fairey floss,” it was renamed “cotton candy in 1920. A sweet treat loved through out the world, it is called “old womans hair” in Greece Israel, and India.

Answer Key:

William Morrison and John C. Warton invented cotton candy in 1897, but they kept it a secret until the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis. An instant success, it cost half as much as a ticket to the fair! Originally called “fairy floss,” it was renamed “cotton candy" in 1920. A sweet treat loved throughout the world, it is called “old woman's hair” in Greece, Israel, and India.

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