Domestic Life in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century
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Domestic Life in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century

By Annie Lash Jester
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Domestic Life in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century, by Annie Lash Jester
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  • DOMESTIC LIFE IN VIRGINIA IN
  • THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
    • PART I
    • Laying the Hearthstones
      • Introduction
      • The First Homes
      • The Colonists Live Off the Land
      • Sickness and Discouragement
      • Relief
      • Private Ownership of Land
      • The Company's Tenants, Their Supplies and Their Wives
      • Supplies for a Particular Plantation
      • The Magazine Ships
      • The Muster of the Inhabitants of Virginia, January, 1625
      • Abundant Supplies for the Colonists
      • Better Homes
      • The Forest Primeval
      • The Independent Planter
    • Introduction
    • The First Homes
    • The Colonists Live Off the Land
    • Sickness and Discouragement
    • Relief
    • Private Ownership of Land
    • The Company's Tenants, Their Supplies and Their Wives
    • Supplies for a Particular Plantation
    • The Magazine Ships
    • The Muster of the Inhabitants of Virginia, January, 1625
    • Abundant Supplies for the Colonists
    • Better Homes
    • The Forest Primeval
    • The Independent Planter
    • PART II
    • The Virginia Planters and Their Manner Of Living
      • A Younger Son in Virginia
      • Royalists in Virginia
      • The Status of Women
      • Servants
      • The Household
      • Hospitality
      • Family Travel
      • The Fashions
      • Jewelry
      • Festivities, Recreation and Sports
      • Musical Instruments
      • Drinking Habits
      • The Mint Julep
      • Gaming
      • Funeral Customs
      • Tombstones
    • A Younger Son in Virginia
    • Royalists in Virginia
    • The Status of Women
    • Servants
    • The Household
    • Hospitality
    • Family Travel
    • The Fashions
    • Jewelry
    • Festivities, Recreation and Sports
    • Musical Instruments
    • Drinking Habits
    • The Mint Julep
    • Gaming
    • Funeral Customs
    • Tombstones
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • INDEX
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