7 edition of Woman"s life in colonial days. found in the catalog.
Woman"s life in colonial days.
|LC Classifications||E189 .H74 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 319 p.|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||60053524|
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Carl Holliday is the author of Woman's Life in Colonial Days ( avg rating, ratings, 13 reviews, published ), The Wit and Humor of Colonial Da /5. Get this from a library. Woman's life in colonial days. [Carl Holliday] -- Overall view of life for the Colonial woman and the experience that have strengthened today's American woman.
Muffs - Muffs were used to keep a lady's hands warm in the cold. They were generally padded with feathers or covered with fur.
Mittens - Gloves or mittens were often worn in all types of weather. They covered from the elbow down to the hands with the fingers usually exposed.