Business in the 1700s in New York was somewhat similar to today. There were a variety of restaurants and hotels in the city with many street vendors and the beginning of a large textile industry.
waking up at 6:00 for chores like milking cows and collecting eggs
the answer is they always were good for growing crops very good soil
ready for rebellion and war
Life in New York in the 1700s would have been difficult. In the city, disease would have been prevalent. Along with no running water, sewage ran freely in the street and there was little if any law.
only men could go to school
it was very high compared to other states but was not nearly as good as our education is now
. These people came from Britain they dressed very fashionably(for that time) and ate what was needed like chickens.
Try googling "1700s people"
The living conditions were horrible. They were sorta like the middle passage. Look it up on wikipedia
Like in the 1800s or 1700s
They were treated as the inside caretakers, they were made to stay home tend to the children and make sure that dinner was made and that the children were brought up well.
There are a few different hobbies that people engaged in during the 1700s and 1800s, but people back then did not have leisure time like they do today. Some of the hobbies they might have engaged in were wood carving, drawing, sports, or making models.
North Carolina was self-governed in the 1600's through the 1700's.
in the 1700s they used many tools like scissors. in the 1700s they used many tools like scissors.
they like playing with their girls poom poom's
this sounds a lot like a question on a worksheet for school...shouldn't you know this already???
The landform in New York (1700s-1799s) was like a big juicy women. Big up and down. Coming from a History teacher it was ALOT. It was the shape of a big juicy titty.
Um... well if you mean when he lived and then died. It was 1743-1797, so he lived in the mid 1700s.
People in the 1700s were more focused on survival rather than on symbols like state foods.
Slavery was a very lively business during the Renaissance.
They used coins and paper money.
Different than today, I imagine.
In the Southern Colones they are said to have religious freedom. In the Southern Colonies there was religious freedom
Games played in the 1700s were wicket which is a type of cricket also a game played "fives" also like handball
i like oatmeal muffins, that my grandma makes:)