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TRBU Ch. 1-7

a hard plastic-like material that was used to stiffen collars in the early 1900s celluloid
a long lightweight overcoat, worn in the early days of automobiles to protect clothing from dust. duster
The floor of a fireplace, usually extending into a room and paved with brick hearth
One's relatives; family; kinfolk. kin
About to occur; impending imminent
A light shotgun for shooting birds and small animals. fowling piece
a mudhole loblolly
Sour, curdled milk. clabber milk
slang term used by northerners when referring to southerners who seceded secesh
A silly, self-conscious, often shy and flirtatious smile simper
Goods carried by a vessel or vehicle, especially by a commercial carrier; cargo freight
A hoop skirt crinolines
A drawstring handbag or purse reticules
A mush of ground pork and cornmeal that is set in a mold and then sliced and fried scrapple
A small compartment, especially a box in a theater loge
heavy, usually plaid, woolen material mackinaw
Something that soothes or heals; a balm salve
covered with gold or resembling gold gilt
Amusingly odd droll
Dishes crockery
A sheer, crisp cotton fabric with raised woven stripes or checks dimities
a large piece of material tied or wrapped around the head to form a kind of turban tignon
Outhouse privy
A nearby, surrounding, or adjoining region vicinity
A light, usually small umbrella carried as protection from the sun parasol
Created by: Colleen Frazier