Colonial American home life

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A highly readable, informative look how people lived during colonial times in the United States. With information on the colonists, enslaved people, and Native Americans, the author discusses what kinds of houses people lived in, the clothing they made and wore, the food they grew and ate, what kind of work they did, what school was like, how people traveled, and some leisure-time activities.
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Grouped Work ID 4f3509d0-a3a5-0f8a-69c0-d79b4a97cb41
Grouping Title colonial american home life
Grouping Author warner john f
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author Warner, John F.
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display_description Discusses why people settled in the American colonies and describes aspects of their daily lives, including homes, clothing, food, work, school, and amusements.
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publishDate 1993
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subject_facet United States -- Social life and customs -- To 1775 -- Juvenile literature
title_display Colonial American home life
title_full Colonial American home life / by John F. Warner
title_short Colonial American home life
topic_facet Social life and customs