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by Allison Stark Draper

eBook What People Wore in Early America ePub
Author: Allison Stark Draper
Language: English
ISBN: 0823961788
ISBN13: 978-0823961788
Publisher: Rosen Pub Group (May 30, 2002)
Pages: 24
Category: History
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 390
Formats: azw mobi lrf doc
ePub file: 1699 kb
Fb2 file: 1804 kb

Start by marking What People Wore in Early America as Want to Read . Chronicling changing clothing norms, as well as the clothing worn by the Native Americans, this books paints a vivid picture of life in the new land that was to become America.

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Allison Stark Draper (Author). Grade 2-4-Although these books provide some useful information on the clothing of their target eras, both are oversimplified. Each one begins with a hodgepodge of historical facts followed by double-page chapters. Only a limited variety of each type of clothing is discussed; for example in American Revolution, the only women's footwear noted is a high heel worn by "wealthy, but conservative ladies. The same is true of men's head wear. In some cases (in particular, the use of powder on wigs in this title), the books raise more questions than they answer.

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Find nearly any book by Allison Stark-Draper. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. What People Wore on Southern Plantations (Clothing, Costumes, and Uniforms Throughout American History). ISBN 9780823956685 (978-0-8239-5668-5) Powerkids Pr, 2001.

Allison Stark Draper has written: 'Mission San Juan Bautista (The Missions of California)'. What People Wore in Colonial America (Draper, Allison Stark. Clothing, Costumes, and Uniforms Throughout American History. Coping With Natural Disasters'. The Boston Tea Party' - subject(s): Boston Tea Party, 1773, Juvenile literature, Causes, History. ' 'Primary Sources of World Cultures'.

Allison Stark Draper, Wendy Vierow. The Assassination of Malcolm X (Library of Political Assassinations). What People Wore During the American Revolution (Draper, Allison Stark. A Historical Atlas of Syria.

Draper, Allison Stark What People Wore During the American Revolution .

Draper, Allison Stark What People Wore During the American Revolution (Clothing, Costumes, and Uniforms Throughout American History). ISBN 13: 9780823956661. In the brand new country that would become America, clothing became a political statement; a way for the colonists to differentiate themselves from their British counterparts. Tracing the politics of the time through the clothing of the colonial men, women, and children, this book brings this exciting time in our history to life for readers.

What People Wore on Southern Plantations (Draper, Allison Stark. Ohlone Indians, San Juan Bautista (Mission : San Juan Bautista, Calif. Social life and customs, 1775-1783, Revolution, African American Muslims

Adds to the understanding of colonial history. By J. Arena Young readers will enjoy this nicely illustrated primer on colonial clothing by Allison S.

Describes what people wore in early America, discussing colonial, Puritan, and Native American styles.
Heri
This book was much less than I had anticipated. It probably would give a child all the information they could comprehend in ONE sitting. I was NOT able to discern by the description how little information and how few pages this book contained.
Fesho
It has quite a lot of info for these few pages, i just wish it would have more text and pictures about how kids used to be dressed
Larosa
What people wore in early America was influenced by the English and the Native Americans. Styles changed slowly, because clothing was so valuable that it would sometimes be passed down from generation to generation. Children dressed as miniature adults, and were often expected to behave as such.

What People Wore in Early America illustrates how people adapt clothing to a changing environment, and what factors brought about that change. A glossary and reference to two websites adds to the value of a child's study of this fascinating era of history.
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