answersLogoWhite
Colonial America

Did Delaware have carpenter shops or blacksmiths in colonial times?

123

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2010-12-03 23:49:22
2010-12-03 23:49:22

No, everyone just goes to Lowes - yes they had Lowes in colonial times in Deleware.

1

Related Questions

User Avatar

Common colonial businesses would include bakeries, clothing shops, pottery shops, etc.

User Avatar

a colonial common is a big grassy area surrounded by shops.

User Avatar

They work in shops near home

User Avatar

Local shops in Delaware that offer personalized jewellery is Whiteflash, Robbins Diamonds, A.R. Morris Jewelers, Janvier Jewelers and Sayers Jewelers and Gemologists.

User Avatar

Bakers, perfumers, cobblers, coopers, blacksmiths, dyers, fullers, wig-makers, clothiers, butchers, tanners, jewelers.

User Avatar

Most welding shops will have an leather apron that you can use. Farrier supply places will have the split leg version as well.

User Avatar

probably stores such as blacksmiths, millers, and butcher shops. They would either pay in the currency they used back then(francs) or exchange stuff.

User Avatar

your so stupid for thinking I was going to tell you the answer

User Avatar

YOUR BEST BET IS ANTIQUE SHOPS, CONSINMENT SHOPS, ESTATE SALES, ASK FRIENDS TO SEARCH ATTICS & BASEMENTS.

User Avatar

There are literally hundreds of different custome shops on the internet. The best on though to offer realistic colonial costumes is the website Spirit.com.

User Avatar

Jamestown was an important city during the American Revolution. Colonists in this city were busying farming, working as blacksmiths, running inns, and operating shops.

User Avatar

well there was the blacksmith and the silversmith,the tannery, and the joiner, the tailor the cobbler and a lot more

User Avatar

Blacksmiths set up shops to make and sell iron tools and saddles. The livery stable and the blacksmith were sometimes operated by the same person. The metal for the saddles was made by the blacksmith, and the leather was usually made by someone else.

User Avatar

Industries in colonial New York are Mixed farming, Wheat, Crafts and Shops.

User Avatar

Men during colonial times worked hard to support their often large families. They worked farms, ran shops, and worked in the family business.

User Avatar

As for companies that do blacksmithing, not a great number of them. Blacksmithing was some what pushed aside by the modern day welding shops, but the fact that there are still blacksmith shops and the number is growing but most blacksmiths today usually specialize in one thing, such as ornamental iron work, artistic iron work etc.

User Avatar

Many, probably most, blacksmiths worked on the manorial estates. There is a lot of call for everything from horse shoes to scythe blades on the manors. The smithies were often at the edge of villages. There may have been smithies in towns, but finer work was done by people with a greater level of specialization that blacksmiths, and so the shops in town would tend to be of a different sort. For example, cutlers made spoons, knives, forks, and other kitchen and dining tools, and armorers made armor, swords, and arrow heads.

User Avatar

In Fable 1 and Fable TLC you can steal from the shops. In Fable 2 you can get jobs in a couple of places. The blacksmiths will hire you to forge swords. You can be a woodcutter or a bartender. The lower levels not pay too well, but as you progress you get more gold. The higher levels are a good way to make a quick few bucks.

User Avatar

Any motorcycle or ATV dealer would sell helmets. And many of the independent repair shops sell helmets also.

User Avatar

{| |- | They usually stayed in one place. They had shops where they created the wigs and received their supplies. Colonists would travel to their shops in the main cities, such as Philadelphia, New York or Williamsburg to be fitted. |}

User Avatar

The middle colonies of the colonial United States had much manufacturing. They also had many farms and shops that were professional in nature.

User Avatar

no, but Sundays were for rest, and church, so most shops would close up. not all though

User Avatar

You can buy several things from various shops such as weapons from the blacksmiths, chi skills from the academy,etc.... You can also change character at the shrine or assign other officers to help you in missions, who also level up as you do.

User Avatar

90% of the country were farmers. The rest were sailors, ship builders, glass makers, whalers, shippers, had shops, owned stables, blacksmiths, coopers, made shoes, dressmakers, lawyers, teachers, accountants, merchants, and many other things.


Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.