Isaacs, Sally S.
Life in a Colonial Town
. Chicago: Heinenam Library, 2001
The book tells about people who set up the first colony in the United States. It also discusses their homes, shelter, food, schools, communities, and everyday actions.
How we lived in Colonial New England
. New York: Marshall Cavendish, 2000.
Explains various aspects of life of early settlements in New England including homes, schools, religion, work, and community
…if you sailed on the Mayflower.
New York: Scholastic, 2000.
The book proposes questions that children of today might ask about the Mayflower. The questions are answered by the author in words and pictures.
Colonial Times 1600-1700
. New York Scholastic Magazines Incorporated, 1969.
Illustrated with photos from the American Living Historical Museum recreates early American settlement by describing in words and pictures various aspects of colonial lives, such as, work, food, clothing, shelter, and relations with Native Americans.
Washbourne, Carolyn Kott
A Multicultural Portrait of Colonial Life.
New York: Marshall Cavendish, 2000.
Describes colonial history from the point of view of minorities and women
A Day in the Life of a Colonial Schoolteacher.
New York: Power Kids Press, 2000.
A day in the life of a colonial schoolteacher including that attended, what they learned and what chores they did.