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    Name ________________________________ Date ________________

    Click on Food. Read the information. What did the colonists eat? List the foods eaten by the colonists. _____ Click on Clothing. Read the information. Click on “Plymouth colonists.” Notice the description of their clothes. Next, go to the top of the page and click on ...

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    The New England Colonies - ABOUT OPS - Omaha Public Schools ...

    They did not have much food. Many of them died in the cold. The Puritans were also promised ... The colonists grew enough food to eat. But they could not grow any extra food. So, ... Fishermen in the port towns provided food for the colonists of the region.

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    Plymouth and Jamestown - Gwinnett County Public Schools

    When did the Pilgrims arrive in America? When did the colonists arrive at Jamestown? The colonists stepped ashore on the banks of the James River on May 13, 1607. ... This meant they never worked. This unwillingness to work led to problems at Jamestown. What kind of food did the settlers eat?

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    Colonial Life - Jamestown Settlement

    to eat. Corn was an important crop because it ... ica to work on their plantations. In the 1600s, English colonists in Virginia began buying Africans to help grow tobacco. The ... filthy conditions and inadequate food and water sup-plies. Those who survived the middle passage arrived in ...

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    1. Why did the colonists hate the PROCLAMATION LINE OF 1763?

    Why did the colonists hate the PROCLAMATION LINE OF 1763? 2 Colonists were very upset many had planned on ... food to eat Colonists hated this law and hated the soldiers . 6 Why did the King need to increase revenue after the French and Indian War?

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    Colonial America Vocabulary - Social Studies E-Class

    What kind of food did the colonists eat? 8. What kind of economy did your colony have? 9. Did the children have to go to school? 10. How did most colonists earn a living? Name _____ Date _____ ©Teachnology, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 10 Colonial ...

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    Fast Food in Colonial America Brigitte Weinsteiger ...

    ... convenience foods, was a tendency to eat quickly, particularly among the working classes.1 Numerous reports of travelers in America noted the ... for a similar purpose and taught this useful fast food to the colonists that settled there.28 Whether the methods or ingredients were European ...

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    CIRCLE S FARM PUMPKIN INFORMATION

    Not only did colonists eat pumpkins, but found them helpful in the ... It did not become important until the early 1800’s. Until that time, most people ate young field corn. Historically corn is one of our most important food plants. Corn is one of the greatest gifts the Indians gave us ...

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    Raising Children in the Early 17th Century: Diet

    or broth until they had enough teeth to eat small pieces of food. The availability of almost all foods, until recently, was ... The diet of the Plymouth colonists was also seasonal, but there were important differences.

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    Food in Colonial America - Wikispaces

    Colonists got their food from several places: People who lived on the coast often caught fish and whales. Farmers grew crops like wheat, barley, ... Some people did not eat supper at all. If supper was eaten, it was a light meal served at the end of the day.

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    Colonial Meals - Schoolwires

    They had to eat. Do you? Well, heres a list of some of the things they ate: -Fruits (grown by colonists) -Corn -Bread -Grains ... www.ssdsbergen.org/Colonial/food.htm http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/schools/forestoakms/site%20pages ... and Rules of Eating What did people eat?

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    Colonial Cooking & Baking - Schoolwires

    HOW DID THE COLONISTS GET FOOD TO EAT? The following few pages will talk about how the colonists got their food to eat. There are 3 main ways. These methods are quite the same as our methods today.

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    By Sharon Fabian - MCCPS

    and fish to eat, but money from the ... Colonists had to grow their own food, and so they also had small farms. ... New Englanders did not live on large, independent farms like settlers in the middle and southern colonies because they did not have either flat land

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    06.01.04: Lenni-Lenape (Delaware) Indians’ History, Culture ...

    school participates in EAT.RIGHT.NOW, a nutrition education program. ... colonists of New Sweden avoided massacres. ... but to start to focus on their lives as growers of their food. Activities: Those groups that did not visit the Lenape web site or listen to the language

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    Colonial Tools Activity – Answer Key - Fort at Number 4

    How did colonists heat their homes in the winter? What ... Colonists would have to grow the food, harvest it, and prepare it ... What did colonists eat for breakfast? What kinds of “inventions” make cooking easier today? Information:

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    Title of Unit: The First English Settlements in America

    Why did colonists go to Jamestown? ... settlers were not prepared to grow their own food and depended on the Native Americans for their food supply. ... don’t work, you don’t eat” rule that required the work efforts of everyone. More

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    Jamestown: The Colonists and the Powhatans

    ... will not eat.” He also initiated trading relationships with the Powhatan Indian tribes lead by Chief Powhatan. However, ... She persuaded Chief Powhatan to provide food to the starving colonists. The Powhatans traded: ...

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    Colonization: Who, What, When, Where, and Why

    ... you don’t eat” Worked to develop trade relationships with the Powhatan Indians which gave the colonists food. Southern Colonies Who founded the colonies and why… North and South Carolina: ...

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    Plantation, a world-class living history museum, in ...

    After the hunt, beyond using the meat of the animal for food, how else did the Wampanoag use the parts of the animal? 3. ... What type of fish did the Wampanoag and Colonists eat? 4. What were some common foods eaten on Mayflower during the crossing

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    The Early American Table: Food and Society in the New World ...

    In this instance, that meant for the colonists that they could not eat maize. In Eden's next chapter, it meant that a population of shipwrecked English men and women, ... tially engaged in less divisive debates about food than did Jamestown. Plymouth, she notes, "embraced [the common kettle] ...

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    Early Colonies Have Mixed Success - Amazon Web Services

    ... they cut off the colonistsfood supply. Those who survived returned to England in 1586. ... “He that will not work shall not eat. ... These colonists, who did not own land, resented the wealthy eastern landowners.

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    Life at Jamestown - Official Jamestown Settlement & Yorktown ...

    When other food resources became low, they could gather oysters and clams. ... In addition, the colonists did not have the tools they needed since they were limited in what they could bring from England. Lumber was a resource that was plentiful in Virginia,

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    Student: What was the first Thanksgiving like - SUSD: Home Page

    What food did they eat? What did the people dress like? Did the people have an accent? What did the children eat? Did the pilgrims do it for fun? ... You are also correct in thinking that the colonists might have given thanks during that celebration.

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    Topic: Overview

    What kinds of foods did they eat and where and how did they get their food? ... • What did the colonists do to make Jamestown their “Home Sweet Home?” Learning Activities 1. ... used for food and did animals serve any other purpose besides being food for hungry

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    Jamestown - Wikispaces

    Indians did not have extra food to share with the colonists. ... quickly grow wild, and eat and destroy the Indians’ crops that weren’t fenced. Worms Made the Difference キ Apparently, ... Indians did not have extra food to share with the colonists.

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    VISITOR GUIDE - National Park Service

    Huguenot colonists back to Florida to settle in 1564 and built the fort ... help with building the fort and supplying food 5. HISTORY OF LA CAROLINE ... people did not speak the same language and were from totally different cultures

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    POPCORN for Breakfast, - Popcorn Board - Home

    to eat popcorn at meals as popcorn was “an excellent food.” Ella understood, as her husband did, that popcorn was a whole-grain. John Harvey Kellogg praised popcorn ... Colonists weren't the only ones who enjoyed a popcorn breakfast. The Iroquois

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    Chapter 3: European Exploration and Colonization

    year because the colonists did not have enough food and supplies. Nobody ever discovered what happened to the second Roanoke Colony. Permanent colonies require a lot of financial support to survive The problem England had to solve before it could set up new

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    Jamestown: The Colonists and the Powhatans

    Jamestown did become a success largely due to help from Pocahontas and the Powhatans Indians. ... will not eat.” ... In return the colonists gave them: Food Furs Leather Metal Tools Pots and Pans Guns The Powhatans introduced Two Crops to the Colonists: ...

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    1 Early Colonies Have Mixed Success - Mrs. Welch

    What did colonists spend their time doing instead of building houses and growing food? 21. How was the climate a hardship? (2) ... 27. Since the settlers couldn’t leave the fort for fear of being attacked, what were they forced to eat during the “starving time”?

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    Colonial Life Packet - Quia

    Why did some colonists burn down their homes sometimes? ... How did the people eat their food? They ate with their fingers. The main utensil was a spoon. What were some popular dishes of the time? Hashes, stews, and soups were some of the common dishes.

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    Success at Jamestown - Jefferson County Public Schools

    Unbreakable Rule – Anyone who did not work did not eat! Soon the colonists were planting gardens, building shelters, ... Cruel diseases Burning fevers Battle with Indians Starving – no one bothered to plant or gather food for the winter.

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    Life in Colonial Texas Why It Matters Now 3 shaped by the ...

    eat. Some also had staples, or basic food products, such as salt, sugar, and flour that they had brought with them. ... injured often used homemade remedies that did not always work. Colonists also had conflicts with Native Americans. In 1824 Aylett Buckner, an agent of Stephen F. Austin, ...

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    The tragicall historie : Cannibalism and Abundance in ...

    the poorer sort tooke him up againe and eat him, and so did divers one another boyled and stewed with roots and herbs: And one amongst the rest did kill his wife, ... starving colonists may have stolen food and depleted stores more quickly than anticipated. In addition Gates’s ship did not arrive

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    Jamestown Colony - Suffolk City Public Schools

    The charters extended English rights to the colonists. Jamestown: The Growth ... Trade With The Powhatan Indians The Powhatans traded food, furs and leather with the English ... 2 of 3 What two crops did the Powhatans introduce to the English? Answer Why did the English want to ...

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    moodle.solanco.org

    Instead of beef and pork, what did the early colonists eat, more than most Americans probably do today? turtle, sturgeon. 2. Why do you think they ate so much of these things? ... How do Smith's men use the natural resources of the area for food? use.

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    1 Early Colonies Have Mixed Success

    ... they cut off the colonistsfood supply.Those ... “He that will not work shall not eat. ... These colonists, who did not own land, resented the wealthy eastern landowners. The poor settlers lived mostly on

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    Lesson Plan (Jen Beakas) - Manchester University

    did for entertainment. (Gardner, Visual/Spatial) (Bloom, Synthesis) ... did the colonists have?) ... food did they eat?) Make sure that your brochure is colorful and appealing. Remember, you

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    VIRGINIA SETTLEMENT, 1607-1624

    starving colonists took to raiding Indian food supplies. e. ... malaria. There was no food to eat, those weak from the journey could not plant, and what food there was would not go ... Although we may understand why the colonists did not want to work, ...

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    Roanoke (the first) had 100 men, and was started in the year ...

    ... shall not eat.” Why did John Smith leave the Jamestown colony, just when he was ... They gave them food and lots of help learning how to survive in ... Why did the colonists of the first Roanoke begin to starve? They hadn’t planted crops because they assumed the Native ...

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    The Jamestown Colony - Jenks Public Schools

    mosquito-infested. The people that settled Jamestown were primarily aristocrats, so they did ... Many died from disease, malnutrition, and starvation. The local Indians helped the colonists with food ... _John Smith became famous for his statement that “he that will not work shall not eat ...