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Chapter 3 Section 2. Colonists brought ideas and customs from Europe. Most believed: ________________________________ ________________________________. ________________________________. Differences between social ranks showed in colonial clothes, houses, and manners.

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    1. Chapter 3Section 2

    2. Colonists brought ideas and customs from Europe. Mostbelieved: • ________________________________ • ________________________________. • ________________________________. • Differences between social ranks showed in colonial clothes, houses, and manners. • Ordinary people wore dresses or plain pants and shirts. • Gentry (“gentle folk” ) wore wigs, silk stockings, lace cuffs, and the latest fashions. • Gentry— men and women wealthy enough to hire others to work for them

    3. Wealth in Land • For colonists, land =_____________. Most landowners were white men. • Mansions displayed wealth • In each colony, a small group of elite landowning men dominated politics.

    4. Artisans Young boys became _________________, made silver products, cabinets, tinware, pottery, and glassware. Very vital -local news and information. _______________, most famous printers, published Poor Richard’s Almanac. Printers Farms varied from large cash-crop plantations in the South to small, self-supporting farms in the Middle and New England Colonies. Farmers Trades and Occupations

    5. Women’s Duties _______________ Gardening Washing ________________ Weaving cloth Assisting others in childbirth ________________ ________________ Colonial Women Women and the Law • English common law- husbands had complete control over wife. Women could not: • __________________ __________________ • Husbands were allowed to beat their wives.

    6. The Nature of Work • Goal for colonial household was to beself-sufficient._______________________________ _____________________ • Men grew crops, or made goods like shoes, guns, and candles. • Women ran the household and assisted with the crops. • ________________________________________.

    7. Colonial Education • Children received very little ___________________. • Puritans believed everyone should read the ______, so New England Colonies became early leaders in the development of ________________________. • ___________________passed a law requiring towns to set up grammar schools for boys. Girls expected to learn from their mothers at home. • only the ____________ attended college, trained to be lawyers or ministers. Harvard, Yale, and William and Mary were the only three colleges in the colonies until the 1740s.

    8. William and Mary College

    9. Harvard

    10. Cedar Crest College