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Brody La - 2019 Colonial Ebook Published Draft (1)

Brody La - 2019 Colonial Ebook Published Draft (1)

What You Need to
Know About the 13


By Brody La

Table of Contents

1. Coming to america
2. My Jobs in town
3. Life of A kid
4. Food I ate
5. Homes
6. Clothes
7. My village/town

8. Say goodbye to the 13 colonies

9. Glossary

10. Bibliography

Coming To America

Good morrow guys i’m Jack and today I am going to talk A picture when colonist
about what are the 13 colonies. A colony is a territory started A colony.
inhabited by settlers who are governed by a distant
country. FIrst off we are going to talk about the 3 parts
of the 13 colonies. There were New England Colonies.
Next we are going to talk about the middle colonies,
and fInally we are goIng to talk about the southern

So the New england colonies were Connecticut,
Massachusetts Bay, Rhode island, and New Hampshire.

The mIddle colonies were Maryland, New York, New
Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania.

The Southern colonIes were GeorgIa, South CarolIna,
VirgIna, and North CarolIna. And recently ColonIsts
came from England.

My Jobs In Town

Everyone in my town has a job. Boys and girls had separate A picture of A person doing A
jobs.The Blacksmith in my town made horseshoes, and colonial job such as, A
iron tools. The cooper in my town made barrels and blacksmith, A miller, and A
buckets.The Miller in my town made flour. The wheel wheel wright.
wright in my town made and repaired wheels. Slaves in
my town worked on plantations.

Let me explain work out side because I am A boy and my
sister works inside. My sister made candles, butter, soap,
and yarn. I
hunt, chop wood, And my slaves were not allowed to read
or write. Also they were not allowed to leave the
plantation. Instead they were allowed to grow crops, build
farms, and carry buckets from the well. Some people in my
town are very kind to the slaves other people were cruel to
the slaves. Also they had no freedom.

Life of A Kid

I had Jobs such as milking the cows ,gathering eggs A picture of A colonial kid doing
,and feeding the chickens. I had other Jobs such as I their jobs.
had to hunt and my sister learned how to cook food
and spin thread. I had another Job, boys learned from
a wheel wright ,A baker and A
blacksmith. Also they learned how to use printers to
sell news papers.

I also went to school to but they had to pay the
teacher to teach me and other kids otherwise they had
to learn from their parents. Also I had to bring wood
each day and other kids
to bring wood for the fire otherwise they had to sit far
away from the fire. Also if children/me missbehaved
got a whipping in the butt. And I had no paper, no
chalkboards, and no pencils.

Food I Eat

Good morrow i’m back guess what, I learned A picture of colonial food
how to grow corn, pumpkins, and squash
from native americans. Also I learned how to
hunt rabbits, deer, squirrel. And I dug up
clams and oysters and learned how to fish at
the beach.

Also in virginia servants carried food to the
dining room Lucky i’m not servant . And I was
afraid of drinking water i’m really A giant
scaredy cat. Instead I drank apple cider and
juice from blueberries and cherries. They also
used metal jugs or leather mugs or put into
glass. And most food was cooked at the
fireplace. And at my house their will be a pot

over my fireplace to stew meat or vegetables.

The Home I Live In

My outdoor wells was their to get cold water.My A colonial house or A farm
house was made out of wood. Necessary -
outside toilets - bowls - chamber pots kept
under their bed that people used for toilets at
night that was disgusting. My furniture was
made with wood that I built by myself and I got
splitters. My stonefire place were in the middle
of the house used for heating the house and
cooking and it was super cold and I got frostbite.

Also I lived near A forest. Also I carried water to
the house from an outdoor well. They used A
pitcher of cold water to wash themselves every
day. They only took A bath A few times A year I
smelled horrible every second of my life.

My Village And Town

My village is super super super A picture of A colonial town
super big. Let me explain.

in my town there were crafts
shops, if you need flour, stop by
the mill and buy some from the
miller. If you need then go to the
wheelwright shop, and if you
need to tools or iron then go to
the a blacksmith shop, and post
offices. And at the shops they
made shoes, tools, silverware,
wagons, wheels, and barrels.
They also sent friend letters to
Europe. People can pick up mail
and buy books and newspapers.

Say Goodbye To The 13 Colonies

“Eventually” in 1776 leaders of the thirteen English colonies join A picture of the 13 colonies
together to make A new country. And they had a meeting in
philadelphia. And George Washington and John Adams were the
first two president of the united states of america were at The

However they had to win against the king of England to get the
united states of america. Lastly in 1781 the colonies won against
the england. And the war was called the Revolutionary war or
the war of Independence was

Therefore the colonies became the united states of america. I love
my town now because I do now we pay taxes for tea and we do
not have to pay any kings we do not have kings There are no
slaves and there are no redcoats coming around and living in our
house. Oh it is time for me to go see you later good day.


Colony It is A territory inhabited by settlers who are
governed by A different country

Blacksmith They make horseshoes and iron tools

cooper They make barrels and buckets

horseshoes They were used to put on horses feet so
they do not hurt their feet

miller A person that makes flour

wheelwright A person that makes and repairs wheels

Splinters Little pieces of wood that gets stuck in your

plantation Farm where slaves work at

George washington and John Adams Our first two presidents

The Revolutionary war or the war of Independence The war between the new england and the


Bibliography - Books We Used for Research

Raum, Elizabeth. Scoop on Clothes, Homes, and Daily Life in Colonial America. Capstone Press,
Isaacs, Sally Senzell. Life in a Colonial Town. Heinemann Library, 2001.

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