the role of an apothecary in 17th century England.
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In 17th Century England, the people of te land had to believe what the king believed. though it was a risky act, people would secretly gather at midnight to practice a religion of there own. It is believed that the 17th century main English religion was a form of Christianity.
well they always looked to Christianity. they wanted every country to be christian true dat
What role did women play in the narrative Fredrick Douglass
Women in the 17th century were expected to look after their household, make sure servants did things the right way, milking cows, feeding animals, growing herbs and vegetables and cooking. Some had jobs such as tailoresses, milliners, dyers, shoemakers, and embroiderers. Others were usually domestic servants until they got married, then had to take care of their families health, ect. There were also those that played the role of the midwife.
For eighteenth century women, the role in music that was socially acceptable was that of a performer. It was not acceptable at the time for women to be composers.
the good role
can you give me the names of womens who have played major role in history in 19 and 20 century and their contribution
their role was to cook, clean, wash, please their husbands.
what role did African America women play in the American revolution era
The women did not play doing thing they was not spost to do
They played the role of being Nurses.
The women plant and the cook for their family
How did religion play a crucial role in the lives of New England women
Leading it is a role that helps.
what role did the women play in anti liquor agitation
"The Revolt of 'Mother'." What does the story suggest about the role of women in rural New England during the latter part of the nineteenth century?