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Virginians At Home; : Family Life In The Eighteenth Century (2017)

Published: [United States]: Papamoa Press , 2017 Made available through hoopla
Series: Williamsburg in America series
Description:  1 online resource
ISBN/ISSN: 9781787204676 (electronic bk.), 1787204677 (electronic bk.),
Language:  English

First published in 1952, this is historian Edmund S. Morgan's second book on family life in the American colonies. An informative, well-researched and well-written book, Morgan sketches the day-to-day life of colonial Virginians. From the planters of the Tidewater to the Scotch-Irish and German farmers in the Shenandoah Valley, he explores such matters as childhood, marriage, servants and slaves, homes, and holidays in the complex society of eighteenth-century Virginia. An entertaining and enlightening book that allows the reader to glimpse into the world of 18th Century family life

Mode of access: World Wide Web

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