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The Thirteen Colonies By: Alexandra M. Family Life Homes  Homes were made out of wood.  The poor lived in whatever they could find.  The middle class.

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2 The Thirteen Colonies By: Alexandra M.

3 Family Life Homes  Homes were made out of wood.  The poor lived in whatever they could find.  The middle class lived in an one or two roomed homes.  The rich lived in English Mansions.

4 Furnishings  Furniture was made out of wood and cotton.  Colonist weaved things. Also, they made most of it.  They had beds, tables, cabinets, chairs and more.

5 Costume  These are three things that the women wore:  Hooped petticoats  Lace aprons  Shifts  These are three things that the men wore:  Waistcoats  Breeches  Stockings

6 Education  Girls were not allowed how to go to grammar school or college.  The boys were taught Latin, math, and other subjects that they needed to know to get to college.  The schools were small.  They learned how to read from special books called hornbooks.  If you lived in the Southern Colonies you were taught at your home.

7 Food  Three foods that the colonist ate were:  Gingerbread and Holiday Wassail  Peanut soup  Shepherd’s Pie

8 Some Of The Founding Fathers George Washington was one of the founding fathers. He was the commander of the army. John Adams was one of the founding fathers. He was elected by the respective colonial assemblies.

9 Some Of The Founding Fathers Thomas Jefferson was one of the founding fathers. He was a statesman, lawyer, and planter. Patrick Herny was one the founding fathers. He was also elected by the respective colonial assemblies.

10 The Three Regions & The Thirteen Colonies New England:  New England was unique because of its fish, whaling, ship building, logging, trapping, and buying slaves.  Massachusetts  Connecticut  New Hampshire  Rhode Island

11 The Three Regions & The Thirteen Colonies Middle Colonies:  The Middle Colonies were unique because of farms, grains and oats, logging, shipbuilding, textiles production, and paper making.  New York  Pennsylvania  New Jersey  Delaware

12 The Three Regions & The Thirteen Colonies Southern Colonies:  The Southern Colonies were unique because of farming, rice, indigo, tobacco, squarcane, and cotton.  Maryland  Virginia  North Carolina  South Carolina  Georgia

13 Jobs during Colonial Times  Auger  Gimlets  Braces  Chisels Tools  Compasses  Calipers  Draw knives  Spoke shaves  Saws  Bevels  Hammers  Planes  Squares

14 Jobs during Colonial Times Background and Purpose of Job  Shoemaker  The purpose of this job is to have shoes for the different weathers.  Miller  The purpose of this job is to have shifts, gowns, aprons, hats, and cloaks.  Basket Maker  The purpose of this job is to have beautiful hand made baskets to carry all items.  They worked hard and not like today.

15 Jobs During Colonial Times Literature and Music of Colonial Times  They had a wide variety of music such as the latest dances, military marches, fiddle tunes and songs from the musical stage. Crafts and Games of Colonial Times  Some actives were music, dance, board games, puzzles, and games like rolling hoops, walking on silts, and a game of nine pins.

16 Slavery Salves did many things like working in peoples homes, doing chores, and field work in farms. The region that became most dependent was the Southern Colonies.

17 Webliography "Cybrarian." Cybrary stars.com. 24 October,


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