Of or characteristic of the early, especially the Colonial, period of U.S. history; specif., of a plain or sturdy style in furniture, arts, and crafts of this period.
Webster's New World
Early American Sentence Examples
It is a place of much historic interest, and has many examples of quaint Dutch colonial and early American architecture.
The area inspired the Hudson River School of painting, a sort of early American pastoral idyll.
He became a high authority on early American cartography and the history of the period of exploration.
Yes, outside opportunities do grant a child the ability to exercise different abilities, but it is doubtful that the early American colonists were spending summers carting their toddlers off to "Mommy and Me" pottery classes.
They also specialize in Early American reproduction furniture.