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"In this excellent volume, Johnson draws a remarkably clear and complete picture of the day-to-day existence of the first European settlers in New England…Librarians serving middle and high schools will want to add this articulate and highly readable volume to their collections of books on New World settlements."
"Daily Life in Colonial New England offers a valuable reminder of America's conflicted, yet ever-present Puritan roots."
|1||The Doctrinal Foundation of Colonial Life||1|
|2||Clergy and the Church||17|
|3||Government and Law||31|
|4||Crime and Punishment||45|
|6||Shelter and Attire||73|
|7||Food and Health||95|
|8||Marriage and Sex||107|
|9||Arts and Amusements||119|
|14||Fear and Persecution in Daily Life||183|