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Education in Colonial America. What Can I Be?. Types of Education. Ruling Class Tradesmen Women Slaves. Schoolhouse. Ruling Class. Tutors Latin and Greek Classics Law Manners College. Harvard College. Women. Dame School French Music Dancing Painting Singing Grammar.

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Types of education
Types of Education

  • Ruling Class

  • Tradesmen

  • Women

  • Slaves

Schoolhouse


Ruling class
Ruling Class

  • Tutors

    Latin and Greek

    Classics

    Law

    Manners

  • College

Harvard College


Women
Women

  • Dame School

    • French

    • Music

    • Dancing

    • Painting

    • Singing

    • Grammar

Dame School


Tradesman
Tradesman

  • Apprentice

    • Blacksmith

    • Tanner

    • Cooper

    • Wigmaker

    • Cobbler

    • Silversmith

    • Cooper

Cooper


Slaves
Slaves

  • Field Laborer

  • House Servant

  • Indentured Servant

Storyteller


Sources
Sources

  • “. Colonial America 1600-K12 Resources" Internet Library Media Center 19 Jun. 2003

  • <http:www.falcon.jmu.edu/~ramseyil/index.html>


Sources1
SOURCES

  • "Concerto Grosso op. 6/10." Arcangelo Corelli. Version Vienna Master Series. 1990.

  • "An Outline of American History" From Revolution to Reconstruction 19 Jun. 2003

  • <http://odur.let.rug.nl~usa/H/1963/chl_p9.htm>


Sources2
SOURCES

  • "Really Neat Books" 19 Jun. 2003 <http://www.cedu.niu.edu/blackwell/books.html

  • "The Hornbook Exercise" The Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony:1620 19 Jun. 2003

  • <http://www.rootsweb.com/~mosmd/horn.htm>


Sources3
SOURCES

  • "Schooling, Education, and Literacy in Colonial America" Gettysburg College. 19 Jun. 2003

  • <http://alumni.ccgettysburg.edi/~c330558/schooling.html>


Sources4
SOURCES

  • "Colonial Williamsburg History Explorer" Colonial Williamsburg. 19 Jun. 2003

  • <http://www.colonialwilliamsburg.org>


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