The writings of Alice Morse Earle (1853-1911) on early American life are perennial favorites because of the skill with which she portrayed the olden times. This volume includes the following chapters: Child Life; Courtship and Marriage Customs; Domestic Service; Home Interiors; Supplies of the Larder; Old Colonial Drinks and Drinkers; Travel, Tavern, and Turnpike; Holidays and Festivals; Sports and Diversions; Books and Book-Makers; Artifices of Handsomeness; Raiment and Vesture; Doctors and Patients; Funeral and Burial Customs.
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I thots Dusty was ye friend aswell ;_; --Dustay le Foxay
Hey! I have been known to offer small children white fun dip too! I'm actually the one who gave Waffle the children stealing tr-- I mean, ice cream truck, that he often helps children with... :3
Mr.Comewithmeihavecandy. Mr. Theearthisflatandiwillpushyouoffofit