Classic Girl And Boy Names
When the first settlers arrived in what is now the United States, they brought their own culture and names with them. As the pioneers spread westward through the country, this evolved into a culture all its own, one of hardship and pride, of heavy work and reward and of home and hearth. Many of the names of the early American pilgirms, pioneers and settlers are classic and traditional names still in use today, while others are truly unique. We've gathered the best baby names from early America for you -- check them out!
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Other names popular in 17th century America were the Puritan-influenced virtue names (many of which were considered unisex and bestowed upon both boys and girls), like:
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