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3  George Washington was the first president of The United States.  John Adams was the first vice president of The United States.  Thomas Jefferson was The United States minister to France.  Benjamin Franklin was a news paper editor and printer in Philadelphia PA. Founding Fathers

4  New England: Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Maine  Middle Colonies: New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware  Southern Colonies: Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia Three Regions of the 13 Colonies

5  New England: Fishing, Whaling, Trapping, Shipbuilding, and Logging  Middle Colonies: Farms, Crops, Grains, Oats, Logging, Shipbuilding, Textiles production, and Papermaking  Southern Colonies: Farming, Rice, Indigo, Tobacco, Sugarcane, and Cotton What the colonies are known for

6  Manufactured goods were traded for slaves in Africa. Then those slaves were traded for raw materials in North America. Slavery

7  Tools: Hammer, Saw, and Planes  Background and purpose of the job: Brickmaker: Molding, drying, and firing bricks for construction and repair.  Blacksmith: crafters of hardware for homes and tools for fellow tradesmen.  Milliner: Makers of shifts, gowns, aprons, hats and cloaks. Jobs During Colonial Times

8  Literature and music of colonial times: The writings were Oral, Puritan, and the Politic writings in the Colonies.  Crafts and Games of colonial time: Board games, puzzles, cards, rolling hoops, walking on stilts, or a game of ninepins. Jobs During Colonial Times

9 SS helter/Houses for poor people that live in the North are dugout houses. SS ettlers in New York lived in houses sideways to the street. II f you were rich you would live on a large plantation. Family Life

10  For women some things you would wear are stays, shifts, hooped petticoat.  For men some of the things you would wear are breeches, waistcoat, silk cravat Costumes/Clothes

11  You would practice letters on slate boards, reading 18 th century children’s books, assembling education puzzles, sewing, mending clothes, samplers, dolls clothes.  Some of the food would be peanut Soup, Carolina Fish Muddle, Gazpacho. Education and Food

12   e_United_States e_United_States  cfm cfm   n_colonial_life.html n_colonial_life.html Webliography


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