In colonial times horseshoes were made by blacksmiths.
They made tools
No one knows
In colonial times it was mostly from England and maybe France.
No, everyone just goes to Lowes - yes they had Lowes in colonial times in Deleware.
I'm sure colonial Virginia had many blacksmiths. The certainly had many horses.
colonial carpenters wouldget paid 5 pounds
Blacksmiths, shoe makers, silversmiths, bakeries, seamstresses
the apothecary got their supplies at the blacksmiths or they grew them in their backyard gardens
Horses and wagons could not have operated without blacksmiths. Blacksmiths did all the necessary repairs.
how much do silversmiths get paid in colonial times
Blacksmiths in colonial cities would shoe horses and make iron objects like the rim of wagon wheels.
Meat, potatoes, vegetables, bread and fruit were the mainstays of the colonial diet.
Coins, tobacco, or barter.
they molded metal
Blacksmiths and stuff like that
Workers: Builders, blacksmiths, Head master, nurse, traders, explorers and more
they got paid 50 or 60$. they got paid $35 per hour
they got their tools from neighborhood blacksmiths