Description : DESCRIBES WHAT PEOPLE WORE ON SOUTHERN PLANTATIONS, DISCUSSING THE CLOTHES OF THE WEALTHY PLANTATION OWNERS, THE HOOP SKIRTS WORN BY THE SOUTHERN WOMEN IN THE 1800S, AND THE CLOTHES MADE ONT HE PLANTATION FOR THE SLAVES.
Description : Discusses the types of clothing worn by the Puritans, the Quakers, farmers, and Native Americans during colonial times.
Description : Describes what people wore in early America, discussing colonial, Puritan, and Native American styles.
Description : Describes what people wore in the days of the American Revolution, discussing the uniforms of both American and British soldiers, the simple clothes of the Americans, and the fabrics that were first manufactured in America.
Description : Describes what people wore in the days of westward expansion, discussing the styles of the pioneer men and women, the trappers, and the cowboys.
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Description : Describes what people wore in the days of the Civil War, discussing Union and Confederate uniforms, women and children's clothes, and slave's clothes.
Description : Describes the plantations that existed in the southern United States into the nineteenth century, examining what life was like for the owners of these large farming communities, their children, and the slaves.