Colonial America By: Heather L.
Jobs during Colonial Times • The job I chose to research is Milliner. • Three tools you need are, a needle, thread, and fabric. • The purpose of a milliner is to cloth people. • In a typical work day, while looking at the latest goods, ladies enjoy a cup of tea. • Some literature and music of colonial times are military marches, fiddle tunes, and songs to the musical stage. • Some crafts and games of colonial time are rolling hoops, walking on stilts, and ninepines.
Family Life • If you were poor, you would live in a dugout house; if you were middle, you would in a 1 or 2 two room house; and if you were rich, you would live in the south, some had mansions • Some furnishings were a chair, bed, and cabinets. • Women wore a hoop petticoat, a shift, a lace apron, a silk petticoat, a lace cap, shoes, a hat, a gown, stomacher, a stay, stockings, and a lace neck kerchief. Men would wear a shirt, shoes, wig, hat, coat, cane, breeches, stockings, and a silk carvet. • Sewing was important to a young ladies education. • Some food items are Shepard's Pie, Gingerbread and Holiday Wassail.
Founding Fathers John Adams • John Adams was elected by his respective colonial assemblies. • Benjamin Franklin created electricity. • Alexander Hamilton was the first United States Secretary of Treasury.Benjamin Franklin • John Jay was the firs chief of justice of the United States. Alexander HamiltonJohn Jay
What colonies were parts of each? New England Economy. . . • Largely dependant on the ocean. • Fishing was important. Region. . . • The Colonies were denominate by the Puritans. Middle Colonies Economy. . . • Enjoyed a successful and diverse economy. Region. . . • Varied as no single religion seemed to dominate the entire region. Southern Colonies Economy. . . • Rice, Indigo, Tobacco, and cotton are cash crops. Region. . . • Most people in the southern colonies were Anglican ( Baptist or Presbyterian ).
Slavery Why did this practice come to America? • The rich did not want to work so they got slaves to do it for them. Which region became most dependant upon it? • Southern Colonies.
What colonies were parts of each? New England • Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rohde Island. Middle Colonies • New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Southern Colonies • Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
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