The Cranberry Girl - from The Costume of Yorkshire, George Walker 1814
"The oxycoccus, or cranberry, is well known as a species of vaccinium, and grows plentifully upon the moors in the north of England. For many years it has been held in such estimation for pastry, that it is regularly brought to market like other fruit. Cranberries of larger size and more beuatiful appearance are emported from Russia and America, but their flavour is much inferior to those grown in England. The girl here represented is gathering this berry upon the moors."