I’m a patriot because I think that men and women should have the same rights because they could think something different but have the same ideas. I would not connect with the Native people for weaving because they could be mean. My connection with England is amazing. I do get raw materials. I do not have any family in England.
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5 interesting facts about my job are the most important. 1 most royal governors required a tailor.
2 most tailors were men. 3 there were always more than one people working in a tailor shop. 4 my shop makes clothes for women like hoops, stays, riding habits and cloaks. All for women. 5 tailors sat on tables to do there work.
I am a patriot. I am not a fan of king George III. I am the second oldest out of 12 siblings. 5 brothers and 7 sisters. I live in new york. My mother is a weaver and my father is a carpenter. I have many friends. Samuel Johnson is my best friend. He has been my friend since we were little kids. We both have a french background. Any how I hope to see you, ladies at my store or your husband's shopping for you.
5 interesting facts about my character. 1 I do not buy stuff I go out and get my own supplies. 2 I make paper for writers. 3 it takes me six hours to make one piece of paper so I make three papers a day. 4 I am friends with a Indian tribe we trade with each other . 5 finally I get six hours of sleep because it is a long day.
One interesting fact work about me is that I am a tinsmith. Another is that only men perform my trade. My third fact is that I work next to Solomon Bell, the blacksmith. The fourth fact about me is that my trade makes less noise than the blacksmith's job. The last fact about me and my trade is that I get to train young or old men to perform my trade. I only train apprentice one at a time.
Here are 5 interesting facts about me and my job.Fact 1 is about how to see how warm the oven is. First someone would put their arm in the oven for 40-60 seconds then your heat would be slow.Fact 2 is if you put your arm in the oven for 25-30 seconds then your heat would be fast.Fact 3 is that us bakers work and do chores alone. Fact 4 is that the bakery that I have use to be my dads bakery. My 5th fact is that most bakers are women.
Fact 1: I am a candle maker, which is called a chandler
Fact 2 Animal fat is used to make candles. It is called Tallow, but it smells gross.
Fact 3 Candles were the only light source in this time period. A family would use about 400 candles a year!
Fact 4: Beeswax smells much better than tallow candles, but it wasn't much available and it was expensive.
Fact 5: Some people started hunting whales and could use the spermaceti which is a waxy stuff from the whales head to make candles. This wax was better because it was harder than beeswax and tallow, and it was brighter and burned longer
Here are 5 interesting facts about my trade. 1. Much of the soil wasn't good for growing crops, especially near the ocean. So that's why I decided to live and practice my trade in Virginia where the soil is good. 2. The main kind of food New Englanders contributed to the economy was fish from the ocean. 3. The most popular crop for us farmers in the south is tobacco, but I farm corn and wheat. 4. Most farmers own slaves, especially for farming tobacco. I don't own slaves, but my brothers help on the farm and I own two oxen to pull the plow. 5. Corn was an important crop because it fed people and animals, and the husks could be used for other things, like to make mattresses.
One amazing thing is that people made everything by hand, like tools, bread, clothes, butter, their own house and barn.
They worked very hard outside all day, even the kids worked hard on the farm too
We are the Fifth Grade class of 2018!