A Day in the Life of a Colonial Innkeeper

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Kids often learn history as if it were made only by kings, queens, and government officials. This series shows that all people in a community help to create their nation's history. By illustrating how people's lives in the past were similar to and different from our lives today, these books will help young readers gain invaluable historical perspective while also learning how ordinary people shape their communities.

A Colonial Massachusetts law required all towns to have an inn. This book explains why inns were important places for spreading information and ideas from town to town and from colony to colony.

 

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Contents

The Red Lion
6
Early to Rise
9
Sending Them
10
Comings and Goings
13
In Town and at Home
14
By the Rules
17
Welcome to the Red Lion
18
Talk of the Town
21
Late to Bed Web Sites Glossary Index
22

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