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WeaversPart 1. What jobs do you know? Carpenter Turner Peruke Maker Apothecary Vinter Upholsterer Silkman Mercer Wainwright The Cooper Cordwalner.

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1 WeaversPart 1

2 What jobs do you know? Carpenter Turner Peruke Maker Apothecary Vinter Upholsterer Silkman Mercer Wainwright The Cooper Cordwalner

3 Savannah- The Original Settlers 1.James Goddard- Carpenter 2.Walter Fox- Turner 3.John Gready- Farmer 4.James Carwell- Peruke Maker 5.Richard Cannon- Calender 6.William Cox- Surgeon 7.George Symes- Apothecary 8.Joseph Fitzwalter-Gardener 9.John Sammes- Cordwalner 10.John Warren- Flax and hemp dresser 11.Joshua Overend- Mercer 12.Francis Mugridge- Sawyer 13.Paul Amatis- Silkman 14.John Penrose- Husbandman

4 15.Joseph Hughes- Cider Tader 16.Richard Hodges-Basketmaker 17.James Muir-Peruke Maker 18.Tomas Christle - Merchant 19.Joseph Cooper-Writer 20.Joseph Stanley-Stocking Maker 21.Robert Clarke-Tailor 22.Peter Gordon-Upholsterer 23.Thomas Causton-Calico Printer 24.Joseph Vanderplank-Seaman 25.Thomas Young -Wheelwright 26.Joseph Coles-Miller and Baker Savannah- The Original Settlers

5 The Tanner The Tanner The tanner is found in most towns, unlike the tailor. The tanner is found in most towns, unlike the tailor. He is very busy. The tanner makes clothes from animal skins. He is very busy. The tanner makes clothes from animal skins. He also makes leather buckets, leather saddles, and leather mugs. He also makes leather buckets, leather saddles, and leather mugs.

6 The Tailor The tailor is very similar to the tanner. The tailor is very similar to the tanner. The tailor was extremely busy. The tailor was extremely busy. He sews all of the clothes by hand. He sews all of the clothes by hand. The tailor makes the clothes out of regular cloth. The tailor makes the clothes out of regular cloth.

7 Peruke Maker Peruke Maker Today we might call a peruke maker a wig maker. Today we might call a peruke maker a wig maker. If you wanted to be fashionable in 1790s,then you needed to wear a wig. If you wanted to be fashionable in 1790s,then you needed to wear a wig. It was almost a fashion necessity for gentlemen and successful businessmen. It was almost a fashion necessity for gentlemen and successful businessmen. Just being able to afford a wig was a means of showing your wealth and status. Just being able to afford a wig was a means of showing your wealth and status.

8 The Cobbler or CORDWAINER: The cobbler makes shoes. He is a very busy man because people walked a lot. The cobbler fixes old shoes and makes new ones. Its very expensive to get a new pair of shoes, so colonists make sure their shoes are well worn before getting a new pair or getting them fixed! The shoes arent very fancy, in fact, the cobbler uses the same pattern for every shoe, and it makes no difference whether its left or right! E Each shoe is exactly the same. a shoemaker or worker of leather

9 CHANDLER: CHANDLER: originally, one who made or sold candles and soap.

10 Basketmaker BASKETMAN: person who made baskets and furniture from wicker. Basket making was mostly made by the family for their own use rather than a business. Most families made their own baskets – which lasted many years. They made baskets of all sizes and shapes for personal family use.

11 Carpenters In the colonial times when most buildings were made from wood, no tradesman was more useful than the carpenter. In the colonial times when most buildings were made from wood, no tradesman was more useful than the carpenter. The main business of the colonial carpenter was to cut and join timber and board into sturdy wooden homes and shops. The main business of the colonial carpenter was to cut and join timber and board into sturdy wooden homes and shops. Carpenters built new homes, shops, outbuildings stables, sheds, and they also made repairs. Carpenters built new homes, shops, outbuildings stables, sheds, and they also made repairs.

12 The Town Crier The Town Crier The town crier is how we get our news in the town. He travels from town to town ringing a bell to get everyone's attention. W When he tells the news he doesnt give very much detail just a s s s s s tttt aaaa tttt eeee mmmm eeee nnnn tttt like: "War was declared today".

13 The Printer The Printer The colonial printers were more than operators of print shops. The colonial printers were more than operators of print shops. They were also America's first publishers of newspapers, magazines, and books. They were also America's first publishers of newspapers, magazines, and books.

14 Black Smith SMITHY was a person who made or repaired metal items. SMITHY was a person who made or repaired metal items. Blacksmiths used a special fireplace called a forge to heat the metal to a temperature hot enough so that it could bend and be shaped. Blacksmiths used a special fireplace called a forge to heat the metal to a temperature hot enough so that it could bend and be shaped. The metal needs to reach a temperature of about 2000 degrees. The metal needs to reach a temperature of about 2000 degrees. He made pots, tools, cooking utensils, locks, latches as well as horseshoes. He made pots, tools, cooking utensils, locks, latches as well as horseshoes.

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16 Links to Colonial Occupations Definition for Colonial Occupations Definition for Colonial Occupations Definition for Colonial Occupations Definition for Colonial Occupations Colonial Occupations- definitions Colonial Occupations- definitions Colonial Occupations- definitions Colonial Occupations- definitions Colonial Williamsburg Colonial Williamsburg Colonial Williamsburg Colonial Williamsburg Weavers Weavers Weavers American Centuries Memorial Hall Museum Online American Centuries Memorial Hall Museum Online American Centuries American Centuries Same site but Just for Kid Same site but Just for KidJust for KidJust for Kid Colonial Williamsburg Trades Colonial Williamsburg Trades Colonial Williamsburg Trades Colonial Williamsburg Trades Colonial Occupations – Thinkquest Colonial Occupations – Thinkquest Colonial Occupations – Thinkquest Colonial Occupations – Thinkquest


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