In addition to cooking and cleaning, what other duties did colonial girls often have? (5 points)
a) Once they reached thirteen years of age, they were responsible for caring for pregnant women and infants.
b) They would often help their mothers create household goods like clothing, candles, and soap that could be traded.
c) At fifteen years old, they became responsible for supervising the slaves and servants, and entertaining guests.
d) They were normally responsible for planning the familys religious activities, but their plans had to be approved by their mother.

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They would often help their mothers create household goods like clothing, candles, and soap that could be traded.

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