Children in Colonial America and Today
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Revolutionary War

Coming soon are some pictures of our students at work.


Colonial children and their toys. Image provided courtesy of University of Richmond.


This is an example of a primer or textbook that was used by Colonial children in school.


Claude Moore Colonial Farm - McLean Virginia. Through the Apprentice Program, youth volunteers aged 10 to 17 portray colonial children for the Farm's visitors, as well as doing such behind-the-scenes work as helping in the office, cleaning animal pens, and tending greenhouse crops.


This is photo is a reinactment of two girls' lives in the 1700's. How have the lives of children changed since Sarah Morton's lifetime?

4/5th Grade Social Studies * Trident Academy * Mary Silgals, MLIS * September 10, 2007