David McNair played the role of a colonial cutler in the Crossing the Delaware.
Women played a big role in farming in Colonial Delaware. Women were responsible for cultivating the crops as well as tending to their own homes and families.
The church played a huge part in the colonial Delaware's life. The reason why people during those times learned how to read was because they were obliged to read the bible.
Delaware was one of the Middle Colonies, and therefore was largely Protestant. However, it was much more tolerant of religious diversity than some colonies.
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Kids Studied, Went To School, And Did Chores. I Hope This Was Helpful.
slavery in Delaware colonies was frowned upon.
people had freedom of religion
In colonial times, women weaved sewed, cooked, and tended to the children.
it was the puritans
Puritans played a great role. It always helped others.
commander of the colonial army
it was a cash crop
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all people who were in a search for religious freedom were allowed to come to colonial Georgia, all except catholics.
It was a major producer in exchange and export.
No role. It was all a colonial idea.
it role by having a street base that had very ugly stuff that made the war bad is may have cause alot of trouble
worked behind the scenes to organize protest
the royal governors often met determined resistance from colonial assemblies
The silversmith made (mostly with silver) silverware, vases coins, and other artistic items.
Virtually everyone below adult age was 'home-schooled' then, and women played the primary role in this function. Ah, the good ol' days.
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