Forty-six remarkable drawings reproduce the everyday dress of numerous American colonists of the 1770s: — broom seller, farmer and his wife, wagoner, cooper, gentleman, barber, doctor, fisherman, carpenter, rural militiaman, wigmaker, and many others. Completely authentic, each illustration is accompanied by a caption and a brief description of the clothing. This delightful sourcebook for learning social history features 46 lively drawings — 15 figures depicted in color on covers.
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|Author/Editor||Peter F. Copeland|
|Dimensions||8 1/4 x 11|