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Colonial children

Adult Activity Book | Vol 2 | Number Crosswords and Mandala Coloring

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      • Original imprint 1901 corrected in manuscript to 1902.Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources,inc., 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 15599)s 1970 ilu n

        StatementThe Macmillan Company
        PublishersThe Macmillan Company
        LC Classifications1901
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 125 p. :
        Number of Pages74
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        2Library of American civilization -- LAC 15599.
        3Source-readers in American history -- no. 1

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Six Unbelievable, But True, Facts About Colonial Life

In time, the colonists learned how to live in the wilderness - through trial and error and the help of some of the more friendly Native American tribes. Noah Webster loved to dance and play the fife. Kids often played board or card games but in some places games Colonial children football tag and hide and seek were banned.

A second example is that colonial children played with dolls. Slavery and Revolution In the eighteenth century, however, increased transport of African slaves brought large numbers of teenagers and many children to the colonies.

Colonial America for Kids: Food and Cooking

1718: New Orleans founded by French. When the English settled the Chesapeake colonies, these practices were altered by the circumstances of the new environment. In this guessing game, a child stands in the center of a circle Colonial children children and puts on a blindfold. They played games such as hide-and-seek and tug-of-war. Both girls and boys usually went to school until they mastered what was on the hornbook.

Victrola always referred to a machine with the horn built into the cabinet, as made by the Victor Talking Machine Company. Some liked to dance to fiddle and fife music.

Many of the games they played are still being played today. Many homes had gardens where they grew vegetables and herbs.