MARYLAND. RECIPES . Recipes: 4 large egg whites at room temperature Pinch salt 1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 pint fresh strawberries, cleaned and hulled 1/4 cup confectioners' sugar, or more to taste 1 pint vanilla ice cream .
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Lifestyle (Family, School, Clothing, and Food): They had to build houses, schools, and churches, the settlers had learned how to grow new crops. They cleared land forests to plant small fields of corn and tobacco. Everyone in the colonial family had to help with daily chores. Maryland settlers were not peppered for life in North America; the settlers discovered that they could not plant the same grains and crops they grew in England. Settlers also had to face new diseases, such as yellow fever. The settlers didn’t have good medicines to these illnesses. (Many people died).
Only the richest children went to school. Poor farmers couldn’t afford to educate their kids; parents had taught their children had to read the bible. Children in Maryland worked hard. Girls helped their mothers pick vegetables, cook, and clean. Boys helped their fathers care for animals and crops.
Maryland’s industries are fishing and ironworks. Maryland’s land was rich in iron. In the early 1700s, colonists built factories to produce iron. People in Maryland saw how valuable iron was to the economy. In 1719, they passed down a law to encourage the use of iron. People used iron to make cooking pots, tools, and building supplies.
1776- Declaration of independence is approved in July. Maryland’s land was rich in iron. In the early 1700s, colonists built factories to produce irons. People in Maryland saw how valuable iron was to the economy. In 1719, they passed a law to encourage the use of iron. People used iron to make cooking pots, tools, and building supplies. They also shipped iron to Europe.