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" Spooled a piece,— Milked the Cows,— Spun linen, did 50 knots,— Made a Broom of Guinea wheat straw,— Spun thread to whiten,— Set a Red dye,— Had two Scholars from Mrs. Taylor's,— I carded two pounds of whole wool and felt,— Spun harness... "
Increasing Home Efficiency - Page 106
by Martha Bensley Bručre, Robert Walter Bručre - 1913 - 318 pages
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Men, Women & Manners in Colonial Times, Volume 1

Sydney George Fisher - United States - 1897
...ride his jade (horse) — Set a red Dye — Prude stay'd at home and learned Eve's Dream by heart — Had two scholars from Mrs Taylor's — I carded two...Nationly — Spun harness twine — Scoured the Pewter." Wednesday was lefture day in Connefticut as Thursday was in Massachusetts. Thursday in Connefticut...
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Home Life in Colonial Days

Alice Morse Earle - Economie domestique - 1898 - 470 pages
...with Hannah, we did 5 1 Ibs. apiece, — Pleated and ironed, — Read a Sermon of Doddridge's, — Spooled a piece, — Milked the cows, — Spun linen,...Nationly, — Spun harness twine, — Scoured the pewter." She tells also of washing, cooking, knitting, weeding the garden, picking geese, etc., and of many...
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Home Life in Colonial Days

Alice Morse Earle - Home economics - 1898 - 470 pages
...— Read a Sermon of Doddridge's, — Spooled a piece, — Milked the cows, — Spun linen, did 5o knots, — Made a Broom of Guinea wheat straw, —...Nationly, — Spun harness twine, — Scoured the pewter." She tells also of washing, cooking, knitting, weeding the garden, picking geese, etc., and of many...
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A Primary History of the United States

John Bach McMaster - United States - 1901 - 254 pages
...Hatchel'd flax with Hannah, we did 51 Ibs. apiece. Pleated and ironed. Read a sermon of Doddridge's. Spooled a piece. Milked the cows. Spun linen, did...scholars from Mrs. Taylor's. I carded two pounds of whole Spun harness Had lived Yoke for carrying milk pails Table customs wool and felt nationly [tired], twine....
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The Call of the Waters: A Study of the Frontier

Katharine Roney Crowell - Pioneers - 1908 - 155 pages
...flax with Hannah, we did 51 Ibs. apiece, — Pleated and ironed, — Read a Sermon of Dodridge's, — Spooled a piece, — Milked the cows, — Spun linen, did 50 knots, — Made a broom of Guinea wheat (maize) straw, — Spun thread to whiten, — Set a Red dye, — Had two Scholars from Mrs. Taylor's,...
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The Education of Women

Marion Talbot - Women - 1910 - 255 pages
...with Hannah, we did 51 Ibs. a-piece, — Pleated and ironed, — Read a sermon of Doddridge's, — Spooled a piece, — Milked the cows, — Spun linen, did 50 knots, — Made a Broom of Guinea-wheat straw, — Spun 1 ECB Buel, The Tale of the Spinning Wheel, p. 56. thread to whiten, —...
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Annual Report ..., Volumes 107-108

New England Society in the City of New York - 1912
...flax with Hannah; pleated and darned; spooled a piece; milked the cows; spun fifty knots of linen; made a broom of guinea wheat straw; spun thread to whiten ; set a red dye ; carded two pounds of whole wool ; spun harness twine; scoured the pewter; went to bed at nine. I...
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Abigail Adams and Her Times

Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards - 1917 - 282 pages
...dye, — Had two scholars from 1 "Social Life in Old New England." Mary C. Crawford. Mrs. Taylors, — I carded two pounds of whole wool and felt Nationly, — Spun harness twine, — Scoured the pewter." One feels confident that Abby Adams had no such record as this to show. She was an industrious and...
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Growing Up Female in America: Ten Lives

Eve Merriam - Biography & Autobiography - 1987 - 308 pages
...flax with Hannah, we did 51 Ibs. apiece,— Pleated and ironed,— Read a Sermon of Dodridge's,— Spooled a piece,— Milked the Cows,— Spun linen,...Taylor's,— I carded two pounds of whole wool and felt,— Spun harness twine, —Scoured the pewter,— Ague in my face,— Ellen was spark'd last night,—...
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Founding Mothers: Women of America in the Revolutionary Era

Linda Grant DePauw - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1994 - 240 pages
...Prude stayed at home and learned Eve's Dream by heart, — Had two scholars from Mrs. Taylor's — / carded two pounds of whole wool and felt Nationly, — spun harness twine, — scoured the Pewter." (Italics added.) Since cloth was England's major industry, the boycott of textiles was thought to be...
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