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Everyday Life in Early America, a Review

Summary: Reviews Everyday Life in Early America, by David Freeman Hawke. Examines Hawke's historical references, writing style and pacing.
The book Everyday life in early America written by David Freeman Hawke composes colonial life of all aspects in a one hundred and ninety five page book. The book is published by Perennial (an imprint of Harper Collins publishing) in 1989 located in New York, NY, and is edited by Richard Balkin. Hawke is a professor of history at Lehman College in New York city, and also writes other books such as The Colonial experience, In the midst of revolution, Benjamin Rush, Those Tremendous Mountains, John D, and Franklin. The author takes life from an era we have long forgotten, and gives vivid details of colonial times; some that he refutes, but also support some hypothesis people in today's time assume.

The book by Hawke gives detail that can only be rivaled by first hand account. It does not deter from the main point; the title of the book...

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