The Apothecary (Colonial People) by Christine Petersen ISBN 9781608702701 Published in 2011
Number of Pages: 50
For many, colonial America was a place of new beginnings. From the first settlers who arrived on the shores of Virginia in 1607, to the formation of the thirteen colonies, people eagerly began to start a new life and build their community. In Colonial People, the formative years of the United States come to life through the activities of its community members.
In this series, readers discover the roles and interconnections of such diverse members of the colonial community as apothecaries and farmers and many more. Each title explores aspects of their everyday life, their responsibilities, and their social life as colonial Americans. Through lively and engaging text, interesting sidebars, recipes, and activities, students will travel back in time to life in colonial America.
Contents of "The Apothecary" book:
1 Taking a Chance 2 Meet the Apothecary 3 The Doctor’s Boy 4 The Apothecary Shop 5 Treating the Sick Glossary Find Out More Index