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What was daily life like in colonial North Carolina for regular colonists?


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2011-11-02 22:31:46
2011-11-02 22:31:46

The average day life of a North Carolina colonist was pretty similar to that of any other colonist from another colony.The average colonist from North Carolina was most likely a farmer though. If not a farmer than probobly a lumberjack. There were not many other jobs to do around the colony at that time though.


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