Napoleon offered a prize for food preparation in 1800 and awarded the prize in 1810 forVacuum Packing. Invented by Nicolas François Appertt who discovered that if food is placed in an airtight container and boiled, it will not go bad. Initially peas in champagne bottles were used, as they were the only containers both airtight and strong enough available at the time. Quickly after larger mouthed containers still using the hardy champagne glass were used. Glass jars were largely replaced in commercial canneries with cylindrical tin or wrought-iron canisters (later shortened to "cans") following the work of Peter Durand (1810). However glass containers are still widely used in home applications (putting up preserves). Vacuum packing is only one form of food preservation others include; drying by various means (salting, curing, sun drying, smoking), burying (100 year eggs, sauerkraut, Storage clamp) refrigeration, special storage (granary, root cellar, storage clamp), pickling, irradiation, oxy free or reduced atmosphere, and others.
Wolfson History Prize was created in 1972.
Pulitzer Prize for History was created in 1917.
Mark Lynton History Prize was created in 1999.
American History Book Prize was created in 2006.
Julian Corbett Prize in Naval History was created in 1926.
Prime Minister's Prize for Australian History was created in 2007.
Prime Minister's Prize for Australian History ended in 2012.
World History Association Book Prize was created in 1999.
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name 3 recipients that have won the novel prize through history?
Katharine Graham won the 1998 Pulitzer Prize in Biography or Autobiography for her memoir, Personal History.
Carl Sandburg, who is better known as a poet, won the 1940 Pulitzer Prize in History for Abraham Lincoln: The War Years.