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What workers in Colonial America was known for making barrels as well as furniture and construction?

cooper


Which of theses workers in Colonial America was known for making barrels as well as for furniture and construction?

cooper


What workers in Colonial America was known for making barrels as well as for furniture and construction?

cooper


What worker in colonial America was known for making barrels as well as furniture and construction?

cooper


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Which of these workers in Colonial America was known for making barrels as well as for furniture and contruction?

You need to provide a list of what your homework question is asking. A selection is given you but you didn't include it with the question. My guess is that it is a review question in your textbook so read the chapter. It is there.


What did a cooper do in colonial times?

a colonial time cooper is a person who makes wheelbarells and who makes it home made barells from wood. A colonial cooper was a craftsman who made barrels and buckets out of wood look at this link for more info http://www.history.org/almanack/life/trades/tradecoo.cfm


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JustinB: Mostly anyone who needed barrels to hold their supplies nearly water-tight, and safe from animals like raccoons,mice, rats, etc. shawty people thought they were meant to trap them.


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