THE PAMPHLET ~ V2I8 ~ ‘Spirit Of Industry’ ~ Print Edition
The colonists developed their own goods and services from the ground up. In this issue we also contrast the gluttony and waste of resources of the British in a full detail review of the medieval tournaments of 1778. The government infuriated the colonists by passing the Sugar Act of 1764. Then the Stamp Act of 1765. Rebecca Lukens was the first American female CEO of and industrial company. On May 20th 1778 in Montgomery, British forces had surrounded the continental army. In American Cookery you’ll learn how to make Potato Bread.