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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. Colonial Times from A to Z ________________ Fall, 2007 © Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman.

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A is for apothecary. An apothecary’s job was to _________________________________. © Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman.

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B is for bootmaker. A bootmaker’s job was to _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. C is for colonial clothing. Most women wore _________________________________. Most men wore _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. D is for dress. Colonial dresses were made up of these four parts: _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. E is for education. Education was different then because _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. F is for fire. Fire was important to colonial people because _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. G is for gristmill. The function of a gristmill is to _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. H is for hoops. Hoops were used for _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. I is for inn. An inn was like a _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. J is for Jamestown. Jamestown is important because _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. K is for kitchen. Kitchens in colonial times were different than modern kitchens because _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. L is for leather worker. A leather worker’s job was to _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. M is for milliner. A milliner’s job was to _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. N is for neckwear. Neckwear in colonial times was _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. O is for outbuildings. Outbuildings were often used for _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. P is for plantation. A plantation is _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. Q is for quoits. Quoits was a popular game for colonial children. To play it you _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. R is for reel. A reel was a _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. S is for stocks. Stocks are _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. T is for trades. Trades were jobs done by colonial people. Here is a list of some: _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. U is for undergarments. Undergarments are _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. V is for vegetable garden. People grew these vegetables in their vegetable gardens: _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. W is for wigmaker. A wigmaker’s job was to _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. X is for Xmas. Xmas was different in colonial times because _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. Y is for your colonial interests. Tell what interests you about colonial times. _________________________________.

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© Allison Archer, 2007, based on “Colonial Times from A – Z” by Kalman. Z is for zinc. Zinc was _________________________________.

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