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Which was NOT one of the tithingman's duties?

Posted 4 years.

21 Comments

  • Mike - 3 years ago

    Why were owners fined for pigs not having a ring.

  • William Purcell - 3 years ago

    I wonder how much they would be fined if the pigs didn't have rings around their noses.

  • Saoirse K. The Awesome - 3 years ago

    It's so cool that the colonists found a way to have town meetings without the British knowing . One time I watched this TV show about the Revolutionary War and it featured the Continental congress. I found it very informative. Also, I have a connection with the painting of Paul Revere and his metal pots. I saw this same painting in the Art of the Americas. This museum also had some of Paul Revere's actual hot chocolate pots! :)

  • Meghan - 3 years ago

    WOW!!! Milton's most important industries was making chocolate back then!!! I never knew!

  • maggie s. - 3 years ago

    I think holding town meetings was a good idea because the people can share any problems they might have with the town to other people that they can relate to.

  • jack elliott - 3 years ago

    Wow there are so much mills in Milton and its wierd thats theres a fence man and also my mom is a town meeting member

  • Grace.k 28 - 3 years ago

    I think it so cool how we live in a town that had so much to do with Americans Independence from England. I didn't think that anyone in Milton at the time of the Revolutionary War would have the Continental Congress meeting at there home.

  • Mae O'Neill - 3 years ago

    I think it would be difficult to make hot chocolate in that old pot; I wonder how they stirred it? Also, I think it was smart and important for people to have their special jobs that help run the town.

  • Kate McDonald - 3 years ago

    Wow- I never knew that chocolate was a major industry in Milton! The different jobs are very interesting, especially when you compare them to town jobs nowadays!

  • J master man is awsome and Ms Dows favorite studen - 3 years ago

    and event I am someone who would sleep in church

  • J master man is awsome and Ms Dows favorite studen - 3 years ago

    mmmmmmmm! look at ALL THE CHOCOLATE! it all looks so good, I wish I lived back then so I could have all the chocolate I wanted! mwa ha ha ha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • brendan - 3 years ago

    i would work for walter bakers chocolate factory.

  • brendan - 3 years ago

    One of milton top industries was chocolate

  • JRD - 3 years ago

    Wow was there a fire to cause the explosion in the gunpowder mill. Does anybody know what happened? this stuff is amazing .

  • Andrew M - 3 years ago

    I would love to be a live back when chocolate was hudge,i love chocolate and i would love to work for Walter bakers factory

  • Katie M - 3 years ago

    I can’t believe chocolate was an important industry in Milton!! Also, I thought it was interesting that Milton had so much to do with the Revolutionary War. I didn’t know there were so many different jobs, such as a Fence Man or a Reeve.

  • Evant - 3 years ago

    why would someone in church be sleeping and its really cool that chocolate comes from that

  • brett - 3 years ago

    this website is great for info on milton's history

  • owen - 3 years ago

    cool that was very interesting

  • johnbarros - 4 years ago

    i never knew that man back then would clearing footpaths

  • blazers 97 - 4 years ago

    they made hit chocolate back then is it the same cocoa as we have now?