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  • chapter 4 ,5 ,6 As the declaration of independence is being written.... * The colonies showing they prize 'the right to life', liberty & the pursuit of happiness. * Is the idea that ''all men are created equal''widely accepted? * In fact, what are these people wearing, eating, and doing from North to South, in cities, on farms, on the plantations , in Indian villages ,and on the frontier?
  • ...... TO me it sounds like there was a lot of confusion going on during the writing of the declaration of independence. And that it took a lot of work trying to agree with all of those men that had to sign it.
  • chapter 7 = In 1776 most household dishes came to the tables in one pot , very few people took chances on eating even on eating that '' poisonous'' fruit. chapter 7= Corn, however was a different story, It was food that everyone ate. without corn, its doubtful that the settlers of North and South America would have survived.
  • This makes me think if people after them are going to do the same thing, or will they just take it from experience. This also shows me that they were serious about what they ate , and there thoughts for it.
  • chapter 8 = farmers were the backbone of the 13 colonies . And even people with big jobs in 1776 became farmers. Chapter 8 = colonial farmers defended their land with whatever weapons they had. Anyone in a colonial farm family would pitch in to help with the chores.
  • After reading this, this lets me know that farming was a big thing in 1776. I can tell from this summer of what I read that farming was a real learning experience in 17176 , but the good thing about it that children and other family members pitched in to help.
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