In the middle colonies

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Persecution...adventure...prosperity. These are just three of the reasons that early settlers and pioneers set sail or lit out across the land bound for parts unknown. What did they find when they got there? What kind of houses did they build? How different were their clothes from modern dress? What kind of interaction took place with the Native Americans they encountered? These questions and many more are answered in this exciting five-volume social history series. Rich in detail, each volume examines the compelling everyday straggles, the sustaining religious beliefs and the wide variety of foods, clothing and diversions all the way from the Plymouth Plantation in New England to the first Spanish settlements in the Southwest. Through historical narrative, authentic first-person accounts from contemporary diaries and selected illustrations, the young student will find out how the Pilgrims survived brutal northern winters, the religious practices and leisure activities of the immigrants responsible for settling the middle colonies, the elaborate wardrobes and unique schooling of children in the Southern colonies, the way pioneers on t
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Grouping Title in the middle colonies
Grouping Author kent deborah
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publishDate 1999
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series How We Lived…
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subject_facet Frontier and pioneer life -- Middle Atlantic States -- Juvenile literature, Middle Atlantic States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Juvenile literature, Middle Atlantic States -- Social life and customs -- 17th century -- Juvenile literature, Middle Atlantic States -- Social life and customs -- 18th century -- Juvenile literature, Middle Atlantic States -- Social life and customs -- Juvenile literature, Pioneers -- Juvenile literature, Pioneers -- Middle Atlantic States -- History -- Juvenile literature
title_display In the middle colonies
title_full In the middle colonies / by Deborah Kent
title_short In the middle colonies
topic_facet 17th century, 18th century, Frontier and pioneer life, History, Pioneers, Social life and customs