Lodging, Boarding, and Rooming Houses

Sheltering acquaintances, relatives, and strangers, often in exchange for their labor, was ordinary social practice in early America and remained so well into the 19th century. But as commercial and industrial development, rural migration, and European immigration swelled the ...

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