3 edition of Domestic life in New England in the seventeenth century found in the catalog.
Domestic life in New England in the seventeenth century
George Francis Dow
|Statement||by George Francis Dow.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 88/5175 (F)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p.,  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||88953161|
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Mar 03, · Domestic life in New England in the seventeenth century: A discourse delivered in the lecture hall of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, it being one of a series designed to mark the opening of the American wing by Dow, George Francis, Domestic Life in New England in the Seventeenth Century Hardcover – by George Francis Dow (Author)Author: George Francis Dow.
The Puritans came to New England not merely to save their souls but to establish a "visible" kingdom of God, a society where outward conduct would be according to God's laws. This book discusses the desire of the Puritans to be socially virtuous and their wish to force social virtue upon others/5.
Nov 06, · Edmund Morgan, The Puritan Family: Religion and Domestic Relations in Seventeenth-Century New England. Morgan, a student of Miller’s, wrote several excellent books on the Puritans; this sympathetic treatment of the warmth and passion of Puritan family life belies the stereotype of Puritans as legalistic driftwood-dallas.com: Thomas Kidd.
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Perry G. Miller was an American intellectual historian and Harvard University professor. He was an authority on American Puritanism/5(13). Dec 10, · The Project Gutenberg eBook, Domestic Life in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century, by Annie Lash Jester This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
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This book discusses the desire of the Puritans to be socially virtuous and their wish to force social virtue upon others.4/5(2). Domestic life in New England in the seventeenth century; a discourse.
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Domestic life in New England in the seventeenth century; a discourse delivered in the lecture hall of the Metropolitan museum of art in New York City, it being one of a series designed to mark the opening of the American wing. Which of the following was true of new England in the 17th century.
Which of the following statements about earlier colonial life in the Chesapeake region is true Often remain confined to the domestic sphere. John Peter's Zenger's trial and established. A small concise book describing the Puritan beliefs and society as it related to the family.
It was very clear, enlightening, giving me a much clearer picture of everyday life in Puritan Society than I've gathered from any other source. The Puritan Family: Religion & Domestic Relations in Seventeenth-century New England Issue of Harper 4/5(2).
Although women played important economic roles in seventeenth-century New England, they had relatively few legal rights. True Emphasis on domestic life was a low priority in the values of seventeenth-century New Englanders. New York: Pantheon Books, HS/Adult.
Very detailed source for information on family structure, domestic life, customs, gender roles, child-rearing, and social climate in the latter part of the 19th century. Griffin, Ralph H. (ed.). Letters of a New England Coaster, [No publisher], The Puritan Family: Religion and Domestic Relations in Seventeenth-century New England (Torchbooks) This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering.
The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are /5(). New Englanders tended to migrate not as single individuals but as families and the family remained at the center of New England life; American Life in the Seventeenth Century, Nice work.
Previous Chapter Next Chapter. Tip: Use ← → keys to navigate. We picked the top books about New England or written by with the brutality of King Philip’s War waged across New England in the late 17th century. and meaning in her life, while Boston. Sep 15, · Re-enacts the home life and self-sufficiency of a family in colonial New England during the late 17th century.
Describes how colonial children. The infant and child mortality rates during the late 17th century and 18th century had a serious impact on the average life expectancy. A total of % of children would die during the first year of their lives, due complications such as diseases, physical accidents, and birth trauma.Detail of a 17th-century map of New England with the Plymouth colony appearing opposite the tip of Cape Cod.
Library of Congress, Rare Book Division The Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, like the Pilgrims, sailed to America principally to free themselves from religious restraints.The Puritan culture of the New England colonies of the seventeenth century was influenced by Calvinist theology, which believed in a "just, almighty God," and a lifestyle of pious, consecrated actions.
The Puritans participated in their own forms of recreational activity, including visual arts, literature, and music. The Puritans were educated and literate, and their culture was broadly based in the arts and languages.