www.1227.com this will give you all the political leaders of the Victorian era. your welcome -rick
they were scared because of the boogie man
All I know is this is better than the last oneClerk, seamstress, milkwoman, maid, butler are some
the life for children the Victorian times was cruel brutal and just plain discriminating because all children had to work
they played a game called Wall Ball. Everyone had to try and get a ball, by bundling on top of each other. poor children had not got the money to buy games, so made do with games like skipping etc. but rich children played with dolls and so on. they spent a LOT of time being educated.
No, none of the Barlow Girls are married. They are all patiently and faithfully waiting for the right one. :)
he was married he had 3 kids they were all girls
There are some Victorian era saints but not all saints are Victorian.
Girls get married to get sense of fulfillment that comes with the idea of having a personal mate, the ability to conceive and get one's own child from him and fulfilling social custom of getting married. Girls get married not out of social compulsion, but for fulfillment of a biological need of being together with a man in an exclusive, special relationship. This is the reason why geographically every where and historically at all times girls have been getting married.
Yes, the boys and the girls were separated in classes.
If they were lucky enough they had board games, skipping ropes, doll''s houses, stuffed toys, all sorts of things,
Victorian era photographers took pictures of nudes of both sexes and all ages. It was considered art, and probably a pushback against the strict societal norms of the time.
Girls were married at as young as 14, during or right after puberty, to older men, 20s-30s. Girls were married as old as 40 and men 40. After all, the average life expectancy was 40-50 in 1910.
no, none of them are married, Mike is the only one thinking about marriage, other than that NO! go for it girls!
First, there were no "teens" in the 1800's. The idea of teens and the use of the word teenager doesn't happen until the 1940's. Second, girls by the time they were 13 were considered adults and expected to act like adults. They were required to work, get married and become mothers. Young women often left their families to work in the new factory system that was starting and they lived in dorms until they married. Most were married by 18. As children they helped with the family and farm. A 2 year old girl would have chores to do within the family. It would be things like feeding the chickens, but they were expected to participate in the jobs in the family.
Because all us nice guys are married!
They were expected to learn the basics in life. for example, cooking, cleaning, taking care of the family, ect. they started learning these techniques around the age of 13 and where expected to start doing them around the house on a daily basis by the age of 13 & a half.