Harrison Woodhull Crosby
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Harrison Woodhull Crosby of Jamesburg, New Jersey was the first to can tomatoes commercially in 1847. He worked as the chief gardener at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, where he commercialized the canned tomato.
- Skillman, David Bishop; Gendebien, Albert W. (1986). The biography of a college: being the history of the third half-century of Lafayette College. Easton, PA: Lafayette College. p. 119.
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