Throughout the 18th century of enormous changes in America and challenges, no single description captured the majority of the new country's inhabitants, no one lifestyle embraced the typical American. Rich or poor, native or immigrant, slave or free, white or coloured, each individual determined the shape and opportunities of everyday life.
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"Well researched . . . this study deals with an extraordinary variety of people in equally manifold circumstances: urban and rural dwellers, laborers and owners, slaves, impoverished immigrants, and Amerindians." Publishers Weekly"About the Author:
Stephanie Grauman Wolf is a senior research fellow at the Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies, University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of Urban Village: Population, Community, and Family Structure in Germantown, PA, 16831800s (1980, Princeton University Press)."
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