2 edition of Child life in New England, 1790-1840 found in the catalog.
Child life in New England, 1790-1840
Elizabeth George Speare
|Statement||by Elizabeth George Speare.|
|Series||Old Sturbridge Village booklet series -- 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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In summer-time he fared comparatively well, but in winter the ill-heated houses of the colonists gave to him a most chilling and Child life in New England welcome. Within the great open fireplace, when fairly scorched in the face by the glowing.
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A day in the life of an a-b-c-darian A-b-c-darians in unreformed schools were drilled in their letters two or three times a day, then spent the rest of the school day on their own trying to recall the names of letters, and probably watching the recitations of older scholars who were called to the middle of the room to show what they had learned.
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The Genealogy of the Sprague’s in Hingham, Massachusetts The Mumford Families in America (NE) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Volume LVII The Pirates of the New England Coast The Ponds of Milford, Connecticut The Puritan Dilemma The Reshaping of Everyday Life New England & New York town guides; Online articles archive; military service was a part of life for many early New Englanders.
Chief Genealogist David Allen Lambert will provide historical context for the major colonial conflicts, discuss what records are available to family historians, and how to compile the story of your early veteran.
I also had to do a lot of research about the Irish immigrants living and working in New England mill towns and working on the railroad. Brian C. Mitchell’s The Paddy Camps: The Irish of Lowell, was a wonderful resource for some of that information.
I learned about the Western Rail Road from newspaper accounts of the time period, papers and records of the Western Rail Road, and. This charming book portrays domestic life in New England during the century between the American Revolution and the Civil War.
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