The men and boys spent their days working in the fields and hunting. They cut firewood and made tools. They also raised cattle for food and leather and sheep for wool, the men also guarded the town. Women and girls would spend lots of the day slaving over the fire. They churned cream to turn into butter, they also dried fruits and vegetables and put them into jars. Women made the colonists' clothing and used animal fat to make soap and candles. They used pig hair and turned in into brushes.
farming and lumbering
to practice their religion
They cook sew clean.
religious persecution in the 1600s
Most of the population of New Jersey were employed as farmers during the 1700's.
Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Connecticut
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Fur Trappers, Lumer shipping, and Slave trading were popular jobs back in the 1600-1700s. - Baylee S.
They were farmers,hunters,and they guarded the town
some of the New England colonies in the 1600s-1750s were Massachusetts Rhode Island Virginia Connecticut New Hampshire Maine North Carolina South Carolina New Jersey New York Pennsylvania Georgia
new England was were people from England settled in during the 1700s.
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Some jobs were farmer, hunter,blacksmith. Any thing to help the community and make it grow. Maybe prostotute to get women pregnant to make a bigger population
the population of new Hampshire was very little. But then it increased because of the time that England .
how much did it cost to go to the new world from england