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House Appliances in Colonial times and then Now.

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Jeremiah Madden

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Some Other Differences Modern Day Refrigerator Sources Colonial Oven The Colonial Refrigerator This fridge/ freezer was different from the modern day freezers. It was used to cool food with snow and ice. The first refrigerators were cellars or holes dug into the ground and lined with wood or straw, that was packed with snow and ice. "History Cookbook." Stuarts. East of England Broadband Network, n.d. Web. 11 Jan. 2013.
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By: Michael Van Brunt and Jeremiah Madden The modern day refrigerator is more equipped with stainless steel and a square cube that compacts and creates cooling air from energy and the people didn't even have that energy for their fridges and freezers. Colonial Sewing Machine Old Sewing Machine- first invented in 1790 by Englishman Thomas Saint. It was hand cranked and didn't require the full use of hand tools such as: thimbles and needles. But it still had problems. Modern day Sewing Machine New Sewing Machine- is larger, faster,more complex, and varied in cost and size.
Modern Sewing Machines let the fabric glide in and out of the machine easier. Resulting in products being made quicker. Sources "28 Cu. Ft. 4-Door Refrigerator and 8" LCD Digital Display with Apps." Samsung Electronics America. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Jan. 2013. "Royalty Free Stock Photo: Modern Sewing Machine." Dreamstime. PACA, n.d. Web. 11 Jan. 2013. "Costume History, Dress in 19th Century - Fashions of the Ages." Costume History, Dress in 19th Century - Fashions of the Ages. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Jan. 2013. Michael Van Brunt Michael Van Brunt Jeremiah Madden Jeremiah Madden Modern Day oven Colonial Sewing Machine Modern Day Colonial Kitchen Modern Kitchen the end
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