In the beginning of the 1800s, 90% of American boys lived on farms. Their chores were connected to farm life.
At 5 years of age they were bringing in wood from the wood pile for the fire. They were picking up trash around the house and the yard. They did not do any heavy lifting or lift anything that might break.
When they became a little bit older, they received a hoe. They would use a hoe to remove weeds. They would help out with part of the harvest. They would pick strawberries and low lying fruit. They would carry the kitchen garbage to the hogs.
After a few more years, they started helping with more of the harvest. They would become strong enough to dig potatoes and pick cotton. They would be able to handle bales of hay. They would shuck the corn to feed the chickens. They would repair the fence.
life in Indiana in 1700;s
It was used during the Navigation Acts of the 1950's, which caused the acts to not be enforced.
That would be the French Revolution and the American Revolution.
Yes, John Xavier. John Xavier was a leader in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. He took part in the Battle of Kings Mountain.
Practically women were property. First of the father and then of the husband. They could not do anything other than house chores (which they had to do) and care for the children.
They had to work at home and help do the chores. They had no school to go to so they had to help at home and get water. the went to work.
During the 1700's
most, if not all, children during the 1700's did not go to school if they came from a poor family, only rich kids were able to go to school.
CLEAN THE DISHES, HARVEST THE CROPS AND MILK THE COWS.
Establishing trade with American Indians.
Monica Mary Kiefer has written: 'American children through their books, 1700-1835' -- subject(s): Children in literature, History and criticism, Children, Children's literature
Women were expected to stay at home, clean, cook, do chores, take care of the children, etc. from basically the beginning of man up until about the early to mid 1900s.
make your bed and milk the cows , clean the dishes and also harvest the crops.
In short, England during the 1700's was a filled with the revolutionaries hating the monarchies and revolting. In short, England during the 1700's was a filled with the revolutionaries hating the monarchies and revolting.
French colonists generally had friendlier relations with the American Indians.
The British government did not have the same interests as the colonists.