This web site from Colonial Williamburg's researchers offers
information on daily life, customs, and trades in Colonial
Colonial Kids: This prize-winning site is a Thinkquest entry.
Although the material is researched and written by students,
teachers double check for accuracy.
Colonial Williamsburg information on Apothecary, Blacksmith,
Founder, Harnessmaker, Milliner, Printer & Bookbinder,
Shoemaker, Silversmith, Wigmaker (teacher site)
The web site of the Noah Webster House Museum in West Hartford
offers information about daily life in Connectict in the 1770s.
Select from the drop down menus under "Learn About Noah."
Colonial Times includes information on farming, religion,
food and schooling. This website is written by David White, an
This Social Studies for Kids site has information on
religion in Colonial America
This Library of Congress site explains the role of
religion in the 1700s.
A Boston college professor of architecture has collected
photographs of Colonial houses and other buildings from
the 17th and 18th centuries and shares them on this site.
Daily life on a Colonial farm is shown on this site from
PBS educational television.