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Welcome to 18C New England Life.org

This site is designed as an accessible archive of information for those who portray
the people of New England during the time of the American Revolution.

A work in progress, the site will explore topics relevant to the New England living
history community.  An educational site, it is available for all those interested in
American history, with the request that any article printed and circulated is done
so in its entirety with credit to the author.  

Rhondda McConnon



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Costume Websites

Colonial Williamsburg

18th Century Clothing at the Metropolitan
Museum of Art

Victoria and Albert Museum

Bissonnette on Costume-Kent

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18th Century New England Life

 Clothing & Accoutrements

      Men's Clothing
Women's Clothing
       Children's Clothing
Men's & Women's Shoes
I'm a Little Short on.....
I'm Long on....
On Dressing the Part

Colonial Merchants
New England Musicians&Artisans

What happened in Lexington
on 19 April 1775?

by J L Bell

Boston 1775 by J L Bell

  Boston Gazette
   Merchant Ads &Run Away Notices from 1775

Reference Library

History on the Internet

   Glossary of Textile Terms

Advanced Loyalist Studies

The Weather; April 19th, 1775

Minuteman National Historic Park
The American Revolution: Lighting Freedom's Flame


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