Culture in the colonies

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American History

 

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George S

 

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October 12, 2016

 

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The three most commonly used books were the Bible, a primer, and a hornbook. Dancing was also an important part of an upper class child's education. Dancing masters were hired to teach dance techniques and etiquette to prepare children for attendance at balls and parties. The New England colonies environments evolved around a tight knit society...
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They strongly supported orderly fashion. Families were all very close on farms and/or small villages, and believed that it was their duty to improve the land by clearing woodlands, and building fences, roads, etc. New England residents were very big on education and patriotism. They read many of Walt Whitman and Emma Lazarus's literature...
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