It depends if they were rich or poor. The richer you were the more you could do, because you could read more if you were on the wealthy side. Boys on the wealthy side most likely hawked, hunted, went horse back riding, and were taught. Girls went horse back riding, some hawked or hunted if they were taught, sewed, and painted/played music instraments, as well as read. The poorer side if they even had a lot of time most likely played ring round the roses, chase games, or things like tops or other games with small toys.
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.
The King of England in 1700 was King William III, the last Stuart King.
It was probably warm.
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.
The church of England is the official established church in England and the mother church of the worldwide angelican communion.
During the time of the colonies in the 1600s, 1700, and early 1800s.
how did he colnist define there citizenships in the early 1700
It was the Baroque style of art but by the early 1700's the Rococo style was becoming popular and taking over.
The three mainsocial classes in the 1700's colonial America were farmers, indentured servants, and slaves.
Cricket dates back to the early 1500's. The sport was originally started by a group of children in South-East England. It was later taken up by adults as a professional sport in 1700's.
the tudors and the stuarts
i believe it was late seventies to early eighties
John Kay is a British inventor during the early 1700's. He is best known for his invention of the flying shuttle during the early stages of the Industrial Revolution.
Historical facts about England include its founding in the early 10th century. This country was first inhabited by Angles and England and Scotland joined together in the 1700's and became the United Kingdom.
in the 1700
Maryland before and during the early 1700's tolerated all those who accepted Christ, and had strict and sometimes even lethal penalties for those who did not.
not as cold as the new england colony but not as warm as the southern colony but that climate was good enough for the growing seasons. The climate in New York during 1600-1700 was between hot and cold. It was sort of like it is now but just a bit warmer.