victorian clothes for ladies were huge dresses with massive skirts for the rich, and for the poor, simple skirts and aprons.
I wish I could answer this for you, but we don't have the statement about Hoover. His handing of the depression was very poor. That is why out of work men created "Hooverville ."
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the elizabethan poor laws was amango of laws established to shep the welfare this laws was looking to the categolies of the poor how they lived and how goverment can helping them such category are able bodies poor this are physical feet but they dont want to work so govarment forced them to work when they resist send them to jail 2: important poor this was based to all widos and childern who havents any support of helping them 3.dependent poor this is about all disability people was helped in order to obtain services or basic needs of the people
More men were eligible to vote
yes they did they made bombs and they didn't get payed as often most of them were very poor
work in a workhouse's
yes they did because they were poor and there parents needed money and they were to old to get money.
Children living in Britain during Victorian times, were either rich or poor. If they were poor, they often had to work to help out the family.
Victorian women did not have the right to work or vote. They were expected to stay home with the children. Men did not think women were able to work.
yes it is used by rich and poor children from the Victorian times
Horrible damp places. Hard work to live in one
what did poor people eat and drink in the victorian era
1 work in gold mines 2 work up chimleys 3 work for adults
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They worked as Chimney Sweeps,Factory Workers,Street Cleaners and Minners
Victorian workers were mostly children. These children were called labours. They worked very hard. But they didn't get paid properly. These children were very poor.