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The Victorian Farmer

The Victorian Farmer

by David J Eveleigh

Victorian Farmer

The Victorian farmer occupied a pivotal role in rural society, paying rents to the landowner and providing employment for the labourer. This book explores the world of the farmer during Queen Victoria...
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The Victorian Guide To Sex

The Victorian Guide To Sex

by Fern Riddell

The Victorian Guide to Sex : Desire and Deviance in the 19th Century

An exciting factual romp through sexual desire, practises and deviance in the Victorian era. The Victorian Guide to Sex will reveal advice and ideas o...
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The Victorian Home

The Victorian Home

by Kathryn Ferry

Victorian Home

The nineteenth century saw huge changes in design and technology that meant that a middle-class home looked very different by the time Queen Victoria died in 1901 to how it had at her accession in 1837. T...
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The Victorian Hospital

The Victorian Hospital

by Lavinia Mitton

Victorian Hospital

Lavinia Mitton follows the changes in hospital treatment that took place during the Victorian era and explores the different types of hospitals that were available, from the celebrated specialist inst...
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The Victorian Ironmonger

The Victorian Ironmonger

by Cecil A Meadows

Victorian Ironmonger

The Victorian ironmonger's shop was the nineteenth-century equivalent of the modern department store and a vast range of goods could be bought there. This book describes the Victorian ironmonger's v...
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The Victorian Policeman

The Victorian Policeman

by Simon Patrick Dell

Victorian Policeman

As Queen Victoria’s reign commenced the old watchmen were still patrolling the streets and Bow Street Runners were still investigating crime in London; the counties and boroughs were being policed ...
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The Victorian Public School

The Victorian Public School

by Trevor Matthews

Victorian Public School

Public schools were in the business of producing leaders - in national government, in the Empire, and in the armed forces. Their impact on society was immense, and they provided the vehicle by wh...
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The Victorian Railway Worker

The Victorian Railway Worker

by Trevor May

Victorian Railway Worker

Thousands of Victorians were employed by railway companies, from the locomotive driver on the footplate to the booking clerk in the station. The companies provided work for navvies, signalmen, t...
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The Victorian Schoolroom

The Victorian Schoolroom

by Trevor May

Victorian Schoolroom

There was a tremendous expansion of education in England and Wales during the nineteenth century. A combination of voluntary effort and government action led to the introduction of a system of eleme...
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The Victorian Undertaker

The Victorian Undertaker

by Trevor May

Victorian Undertaker

The Victorians were, were relatively at ease with death and there is much in this book to interest social historians, those interested in historical costume and transport enthusiasts, as there is a ...
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The Victorian Workhouse

The Victorian Workhouse

by Trevor May

Victorian Workhouse

Whether it was 'the batille', 'the spike', 'the work'us' or simply 'the house', the Victorian workhouse was the cause of dread and shame for thousands of men, women and children. This book looks at t...
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The Victorians

The Victorians

by John D Wright

The Victorians : From Empire and Industry to Poverty and Famine

The Victorians explores nineteenth century society in all its colourful detail from cholera epidemics and asylums to workshouses and chimney sweeps; from t...
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The Victorians: Beginners Guide

The Victorians: Beginners Guide

by David Gane

Beginners Guide To The Victorians

The Victorian era was a time of unprecedented transformation, yet it is often understood only through the stereotypes of crowded factories, child labour and emotional repression. In thi...
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The Warrior Queen

The Warrior Queen

by Joanna Arman

The Warrior Queen : The Life and Legend of Aethelflaed, Daughter of Alfred the Great

Aethelflaed, eldest daughter of Alfred 'the Great', has gone down in history as an enigmatic and almost legendary figure. To the popul...
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The Wars Of The Roses

The Wars Of The Roses

by John Hill-Ashdown

The Wars of the Roses

The Wars of the Roses call to mind bloody battles, treachery and deceit, and a cast of characters known to us through fact and fiction: Edward IV, Elizabeth Woodville, Richard III, Warwick the Kin...
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The Warship Anne

The Warship Anne

by Richard Endsor

Warship Anne : An Illustrated History

If you go down to the shore at Hastings on the UK's south coast at low tide you will come upon an amazing sight. There, revealed by the receding waves are the remarkably complete mo...
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The Watchers

The Watchers

by Stephen Alford

Watchers : A Secret History of the Reign of Elizabeth I

The acclaimed and enthralling story of the dark side of Elizabethan rule, from Stephen Alford Elizabeth I's reign is known as a golden age, yet to much of Europe s...
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The Wayward Genius Of Henry Mayhew

The Wayward Genius Of Henry Mayhew

by Karl Sabbagh

The Wayward Genius Of Henry Mayhew : Pioneering reportage from Victorian London

The 200th anniversary of Henry Mayhew's birth is overshadowed by that of his friend and collaborator Charles Dickens. But in fact Mayhew wa...
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The Woodvilles

The Woodvilles

by Susan Higginbotham

Woodvilles : The Wars of The Roses and England's most Infamous Family

In 1464, the most eligible bachelor in England, Edward IV, stunned the nation by revealing his secret marriage to Elizabeth Woodville, a beautiful, i...
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The Woollen Industry

The Woollen Industry


Shire: The Woollen Industry

Most places in Britain have had some connection with the woollen industry. For several hundred years, it was Britain's principal source of wealth and provided more jobs than all the other ind...
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