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The lives of colonial bakers began early in the day, as did that of other preparers of food, and it revolved upon proper time management and the usage of fresh ingredients. While the colonial diet consisted of a number o... More »

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Hard work in the farming, forestry or mineral mining industries filled most days in the Pennsylvania colony. It held a diverse population that was religiously pious and hard working. More »

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In colonial Maryland, some aspects of life were quite the same as they are now: children went to school, while their mothers and fathers worked hard to put food on the table and keep the nation?s economy afloat. Some par... More »

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The famous conquistador Juan Ponce de León was married just once in his life, to a woman known only as Leonor. History has forgotten many of the details of her life before her marriage to the explorer. More »

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