Colonial America

Discover the rich history of Colonial America and learn about the people, events, and culture that shaped the nation. Immerse yourself in the stories of the early settlers and their struggles, and gain a deeper understanding of this pivotal time in American history.
Strong in the memories of North Carolina veterans of the Revolution were images of Tory (Americans loyal to the British government) terrorists, mounted on... Lord, Boston, Colonial, British, American Revolutionary War, British Government, British Parliament, American Colonies, American Colonists

Strong in the memories of North Carolina veterans of the Revolution were images of Tory (Americans loyal to the British government) terrorists, mounted on horses (some stolen from Patriots) and flourishing guns and swords.[1] Few of these soldier veterans had been at home during a Tory raid. More often, what the men said in their […]

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James Pellow
Colonial, Survival Skills, North America, How To Find Out, Fun Quizzes, Greats, Personality Quiz, Fun Quiz, How Great

You may have no problem surviving in the modern age, but how long would you have survived in the harsh conditions of colonial America. It's time to find out just how great your survival skills truly are! Take these 10 questions and find out just how long you could've hacked it back in the day.

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Michell Mitchell
10 Weird Common Practices in Colonial America in the Early History Colonial, Outfits, Museums, Historical Fiction, Outdoor, American Revolutionary War, American Colonies, 18th Century Fashion, Century Clothing

In the mid-eighteenth century, prior to the events of the American Revolution, about one of every three young women who walked down the aisle to marry did so while with child, according to extant court and parish records. This rate varies but slightly among the colonies, whether Puritan New England,…

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Joan Anderson
16 Surprising Facts About Colonial America's Mail-Order Brides of Jamestown History, American History, Us History, New World, American Continent, American Heritage, American Colonies, The Globe, Early American

The Jamestown brides, tobacco wives, and mail-order brides are only a few names for the women who immigrated from England to Jamestown, Virginia in 1620. They were women who were offered good incentives to make the long voyage for a husband, so they could help build up the population of…

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