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  1. COLONIAL TRADES

  2. APOTHECARY More than druggists, the apothecary diagnoses and prescribes

  3. FARMERS Middling farmers grow corn, tobacco and cotton using 18th-century techniques

  4. BASKETMAKER Practical and beautiful handmade baskets carry all manner of loads.

  5. MILLNER Makers of shifts, gowns, aprons, hats and cloaks.

  6. BLACKSMITH Crafters of hardware for homes and tools for fellow tradesmen.

  7. PRINTER & BINDER The colonial press is a powerful tool.

  8. SHOEMAKER or COBBLER A trade practiced in America since 1610.

  9. BRICKMAKER Molding, drying, and firing bricks for construction and repair.

  10. CABINET MAKER Fine furniture with exquisite detail represents high status.

  11. SILVERSMITH A sculptor of silver, from first pour to final polish.

  12. TAILOR Cutter and creator of suits for every sort.

  13. COOPER Creators of casks for everything from wine to gunpowder.

  14. WHEELWRIGHT Wooden wheels bound in iron are works of strength and balance.

  15. WIGMAKER Ladies and gentlemen are crowned with the latest styles.

  16. GUNSMITH Masters of forge, file, and wood.

  17. WEAVER Weavers grow in prominence when embargoes ban imported cloth.