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Copy of The New Jersey Colony from 1600 to 1750

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Mikaylee Fuller

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Making a Living From 1600 to 1750 Dress Education By Mikaylee Fuller Benjamin Rush was one of the first physicians.
He was a member of the Continental Congress and
signed the Declaration of Independence. Education Part 2 Benjamin Rush published the first History textbook,
then he took a interest in the medical feild.
He made books about the human body and how it works Education Part 3 Benjamin Rush In 1791, Rush opened a medical
university in Pennsylvania. He was working
with mental patients and viewed how
they were insane. Children Children were treated like mini adults
Only upper class children had good education
Upper class boys would be taught till they go to the university
Girls would usually stop and learn to become proper women Entertainment The New Jersey Colony The New Jersey Colony Eating Why Would People
Want to Live Here? The families are big
The families included grandparents, parents and up to five kids good climate
good education
good community. When the people of the New Jersey colony woke up, they usually had beer
or cider with some porriage that cooked all night long. During their
work day they would drink mugs of achohol or cider. Breakfast: Lunch: Dinner: The settlers in New Jersey usually didn't have lunch, just early dinners They had dinner in the afternoon probably 3:30-4:00pm. They have them in huge dining
halls. The meals would consist of: stew, containing meat, vegetables, and sorts of roots.
They would also have 2 courses, the first coarse would be several meats, meat puddings,
maybe some pancakes or fritters. The second coarse would be dessert, pastries,
fruit pies, custards and tarts. The things the New Jersey people did for fun is...
Drink in taverns and inns
They love music
They also watch acts performed in the streets
But the New Jersey People didn't do alot of fun Pretty good land and soil Pretty good hunting grounds When, Why, and
who founded NJ? Men: Breaches, shirt, waistcoat,
stockings, shoes, hat Women: a shift, a petticoat (skirt), and
an over garment which would be a gown. Who: Lord Berkeley and
Sir George Carteret When: 1664 Why: When James, the Duke of York took
over New Netherlands he gave land to his
friends, Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret. Once
the land was theirs they made New Jersey. They
were doing well and their colony was growing. They made a living by,
farming, manufacturing,
and trading Transportation The ways the New Jersey people traveled by was
Or by carriage (which wasn't till later) Many Religions The New Jersey Colony didn't have any single religion that was more powerful then the others. Religions included:
Roman Catholic, Jewish, Amish, Mennonite, Quaker, and Lutherans. Climate Food People in the New Jersey Colony ate:
corn, rye, pumpkins, wheat, barley, wild sweet potatoes, cranberries, squash, Eastern bison, Eastern elk, deer, trout, bass, crayfish, turtles, frogs, etc. The highest temperature recorded in New Jersey was 110°, Fahrenheit. This highest record was recorded on July 10, 1936 at Runyon.
The lowest temperature in New Jersey, -34°, was recorded on January 5, 1904 at River Vale.
Average Temperature: Monthly average temperatures range from a high of 85.6 degrees to a low of 24.2 degrees
Important people of The New Jersey Colony The important people of The New Jersey Colony are Henry Hudson, John Fenwick, Edward Byllinge, Lord Berkeley, Sir. George Carteret, Phillp Carteret. Government Economy
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