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American Women In The 1600s

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Women played an inferior role compared to men in society in the 1600s and 1700s. Yes, women have been considered the weaker gender for generations way before then. One of the characteristics we have seen that Europeans classified Native Americans as savages was their “barbaric idea” of gender equality. In those times colonial women had few career choices if any. Men were greater than women during that time and that is why it was rare to find an unmarried woman. In fact, colonial women married earlier that their English counterparts and had larger families. The main job of the woman was to bare children, and that is why much of the typical woman’s adulthood was spent either as pregnant or nursing. That is why a strong network support and assistance
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