What was life like in the colony for women?
In North Carolina colony it was hard for women. Women that were unmarried or was a widow had some rights but the rights were protected by the law, those rights were that they can keep their own wages, make contracts to the court system if needed, collect rent, and own or sell property. If widowed, women in their own right could inherit their husband's property and run his business. Women who were married had all their rights passed to their husband. With limited legal rights women could also be able to distinguish themselves. Women might run a late husband's business or work in their father's occupation, ones that weren't worked as stream stresses and worked in boarding houses.
when Massachusetts was a colony life was normal because it wasn't a royal colony it was considered to be a proprietary colony
The way of life on the South Carolina colony was that men work on farms, women took care of home and some rich kids went to school most of the other kids helped their parents in the daily chores.
the daily life in Carolina's colony was that they farmed, cooked, and hunted
the pennsylvania colony started by them shooting a deer
Men gathered firewood for fire and women sewed blankets and quilts. The women also cooked and took care of the children. what daily life was like in the colony of rhode island was hardworking children had to learn from their grand parents their dads worked on prairies and their mothers knitted sweaters and blankets for a job boring Try looking at the material at the link below.
The life in the colony's was like a good but it have some ruff time
it was not good
Deseases, swamp lamp, hard life
most of the women worked in the house ..... doing all of the things women should do...... like clean, educate the kids, and cook.
Depends on whether you were Dutch or a native of said colony, and if you were a native, what 'rank', so to speak. Most natives were treated like slaves (or rather, they were slaves), so life was pretty bad for them.
Life for women in the New York Colony was difficult. They worked hard and had a lot of responsibility. They were expected to marry before they reached the age of 25. They were not treated with love and romance. Marriage during that time was for convenience and economic reasons.
it was not easy it was very hard for young women and men
Women were treated like property they were not treated equely
The people were huge traders
it was very pleasant and nice.
Life was hard in the Delaware colony. They had food to survive and people worked as farmers and shoemakers. But sometimes there wasn't enough food to eat. But they made through.
It contained women of great influence but they had no official standing in the Colony.
it is prety cool if you ask me but you well have to find out if you like it.
hard , discouraging you name it life was hard as a convict in penal colonies.
Women made clothes for their families. Men would go hunting and farming. Children go to school.
It was extremely hard and epressing, that is for peasant women, royalty had the life!
u have to get layed by 5 girls
i know it was a colony at that time like everything else was.
Durng WWII women had to work
the social life was not so amazing because there wasnt so many stores there
i lived in a colony for 85 years and im the oldest woman in the world. Im 145 years old. you probably think that's old.
There is no "Plymoth colony"
She had to leave the colony because she was a women who wanted to follw her own religon. And the men didn't like that so, she was sent to trial and they found her guilty and she was ordered to leave.
I think it would be a cool Experience
It was a prison colony so most of the first settlers were british prisoners
Well mostly thy export thing and they shipbuild also knows as a shipbuilding and then get run for their social life
life was tuff there because the british armie ruled and people were not allowed to leave there house without permission.
Families were very large. Children play mates were their siblings. children stayed home and had to do a lot of chores. Men went to their farms and the town. Women taught their daughters to cook, sew, and clean. Boys learned how to read and write.
they were treated like loosers with no life
They couldn't vote, and did not have an education.
What was community life in the colonies like
Get back in the kitchen! :)
They had more freedom than Athenian women. Spartan women could also learn how to wrestle and how to race.
the women cook and took care of the family. men did all the jobs and made a living. the kids went to school till about the age ten
women's life expectancy is 79 men's life expectancy is 74 women live longer because they don't work much like the men.
they were slaves
not very good
they both had men and women in it and well idont i love marco!
Life in Shakespeare's time was very hard for women. This is because people in those times were sexist and only saw women as house wives.
Like most of the other southern colonies, it was settled by land-hungry men and women. The colony staggered along for 20 years not really making any successful gains as the other colonies. In 1752, Oglethorpe ask the king to take over. Under royal control the colony changed rapidly. Slaves were imported, and cotton and rice plantations were established. And Georgia prospered.
Life in Georgia in the 1700s was very difficult since it was a colony of Great Britain. This is because the citizens of Georgia were subjected to hard labor.
people would meet up in places called time square
If you are referring to the time when there were only 13 colonies it was basically like what they have in Asia now women doing all the work like cooking, cleaning,and making sure the kids were safe while the dads were out hunting,doing their jobs like lumbering and building. All this was happening while the kids were at school if the family was average and wealthy and the poor would do all that with the… Read More
Family like in the new york colony was sad :c kids had to eat dirt :c