Daily Life in the Colonial South

Series: Daily Life
This work examines patterns of everyday life in the colonial South from European contact to 1770, documenting how they evolved over time and differences across lines of geography, nationality, ethnicity, religion, race, gender, and class. * A chronology of key dates in history of the colonial South * Dozens of illustrations including images of Native Americans, a Anglican church interior, and a typical plantation house * Five maps of the colonial South in 1500, 1550, 1600, 1650, 1700, and 1750 * A bibliography of secondary sources provides suggestions for additional reading * An indispensable glossary of terms