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  • 1. French Missouri By: Sam, Shelby, Colten, Austin, and Morgan
  • 2. The French Village
    • Red, white, and black settlers lived in French Village
    • The Villages were along the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers
    • Built houses far apart
    • Orchards and gardens
    • Cedar post fences
    by: Colten C.
  • 3. The French Houses
    • Some houses made of stone if wealthy
    • Most wood houses
    • Usually one-story high
    • Few pieces of furniture
    • Steep roofs
    • Porches
    • Later had wooden shingles
    by: Colten C.
  • 4. African-Americans
    • Most people were black.
    • One of every three people lived in Ste.Genivieve and St.Louis.
    • The people were African American.
  • 5.
    • They got along well but sometimes they had problems.
    • They traded.
    • Indian lodges were open to French hunters.
    • Indians sometimes got jobs.
    French and Indian Neibors By:Shelby
  • 6. French lead mining and fur trading
    • Fur trading and lead mining was very important.
    • Lead mining was very hard work back then.
    • Also fur was hard to get
    • There was a lead mine near St.Geneve.
    • One of the biggest trading post in Missouri was St. Louis!
    by: Sam
  • 7.
    • Most first Missourians were farmers!
    • Everyone had to with the crops!
    • the crops were kept in a field called the common field!
    • Every one owned a strip of land to grow there crops!
    • every one had to help keep the fence up!
    Farming in french Missiouri By: Sam
  • 8. French women
    • The French women planted and harvested their food.
    • They also cleaned the house and took good care of the family.
    • They even took care of the animals and helped the sick and hurt
    • The French made gumbos and soups, along with stews.
    • They also ate roasted and fried meats.
    • Fruits, nuts, and berries are things they ate too.
    • They sometimes even ate wild game.
  • 10. French Clothing
    • The women made the clothing
    • The men wore buckskin or rough cotton
    • The women wore long red, or blue skirts and a short cotton jacket
    By. Morgan
  • 11. French School
    • Most people didn’t go to school
    • The richer families have the money for their kids to go to school.
    By. Morgan
  • 12. French People at Play
    • On special holidays they would go to festivals
    • New Years Eve was special to the French
    • They played jump ropes, Tic-tac-toe.
    By. Morgan