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Sullivan Press Documents of Everyday Life Documents of Everyday Life - Our most popular 18th century kit. This kit contains 5 documents that would been seen in the comings and goings of 18th century life. It includes a Liquor License for your bar (wherever it may be), an Innkeeper's license for your guest room and a copy of a 1772 marriage license There is also an Indenture Agreement. These agreements were made between parents (on behalf of their children) and master craftsmen. Children were usually apprenticed for seven years, the parents receiving a sum of money in return. On our original the child was supposed to receive clothes, food, and knowledge of a trade. Finally we include an Order of Manumission. This certificate freed a slave. Of special interest is the fact that this document is not from the South, but from New Jersey. Includes: Liquor License, Innkeeper's License, Marriage License, Indenture Agreement, Order of Manumission. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Documents of Everyday Life

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Documents of Everyday Life

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Documents of Everyday Life – Our most popular 18th century kit. This kit contains 5 documents that would been seen in the comings and goings of 18th century life. It includes a Liquor License for your bar (wherever it may be), an Innkeeper’s license for your guest room and a copy of a 1772 marriage license There is also an Indenture Agreement. These agreements were made between parents (on behalf of their children) and master craftsmen. Children were usually apprenticed for seven years, the parents receiving a sum of money in return. On our original the child was supposed to receive clothes, food, and knowledge of a trade. Finally we include an Order of Manumission. This certificate freed a slave. Of special interest is the fact that this document is not from the South, but from New Jersey. Includes: Liquor License, Innkeeper’s License, Marriage License, Indenture Agreement, Order of Manumission.