Colonial sawmills were usually small operations with two or three people. Much of the sawing was done by hand or crew saws. More intricate mills may have had water powered saws that made factory grade boards.
They look like a box left in the rain.
a colonial common is a big grassy area surrounded by shops.
Colonial Conneticut looks mostly as it is today, but more distinct, such as, in farmland.
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it was big and long and thick baby
Just research about them and think of what they look like in their head retard!
they look like mansions
it was brown with a little handle so you could spin it and it was made of wood
setters look like back then they fight for the britishs
They look like sweat logs
In colonial times education was based entirely on the Bible. If you want an example take a look at the New England Primer.
Google Pennsylvania colonial flag under images
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It was just like Mary land
it looked like a building