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    • French Missouri By: Vicky, Becca, Brandan, Ashley, and Taylor
    • French Village's
      • When French arrived at America they started building right away.
      • They built barns,bisnesses,stores and log cabins gardens and orchards.
      brandan
    • French Houses
      • French built there houses out of stone or logs.
      • the logs always stood up.
      • They had grass mat’s.
      • Then they replaced the grass mat’s for wooden shudders.
      French house objects brandan
      • They were slaves man hunted and trapped men rowed boats women
      • were servants.
      African-Americans Becca
    • The French and Indina Neighbors The French and Indian Neighbors
      • Indians borrowed guns,blante and fur too. French bought moccasins and leather
      • pants from the Indians .
      Becca
    • Farming in French America
      • They raised wheat ,corn, cotton, flax, hemp, tobacco.
      • They also grew fruits and vegetables
      By Taylor
    • Fur Trading and Lead Mining
      • Slaves did most of the work.
      • French traders traveled up the Mississippi and the Missouri river to trade furs with the Indians.
      By Taylor
      • The women had to take care of their families.
      • The women had to take care of sick or hurt people
      French Women By: Ashley
      • French Missourians ate gumbos, stews, and soups.
      • They also ate wheat bread, corn, nuts, okra, and berries.
      • They ate cattle, wild game, and fish also.
      French Cooking By: Ashley
    • French Clothing
      • Very Simple Clothes
      • Men: Pants, Loose fitting Shirts, capot, Fur Hats, and Fur Mittens.
      • Women: Skirts and Earrings.
      By: Vicky
    • French Schools
      • Most Children couldn’t afford to go to school.
      • Only the richest families could afford it and sent their kids.
      By: Vicky
    • French People at Play
      • Fun-Loving People.
      • Love Horse Racing, Music and Dancing.
      By: Vicky