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Primary History - Victorian Britain

Primary History - Victorian Britain
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Charles Dickens Info Oliver Twist was the second novel of Charles Dickens. It was initially published in monthly installments that began in February of 1837 and ended in April of 1839. The publication of Oliver Twist began before the monthly publication of The Pickwick Papers ended. The two novels overlapped for nine months. Additionally Dickens started Nicholas Nickleby (also issued in monthly installments) before Twist finished publication. Those two novels overlapped for nine months as well. Victorian Workhouses - The Workhouse Before 1834, poor people were looked after by buying food and clothing from money collected from land owners and other wealthy people. The Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834, ensured that no able-bodied person could get poor relief unless they went to live in special workhouses. The idea was that the poor were helped to support themselves. They had to work for their food and accommodation. Workhouses were where poor people who had no job or home lived.

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate London Stories - Charles Dickens Memories Charles Dickens’ London Stories missions are unlocked once you complete Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Sequence 3: Somewhere That’s Green. You can begin the missions by heading to the “C” icon on the map. Spring-Heeled Jack Suggested Level: 4 Victorians The Victorian period in Britain was one of huge industrial and technological change, shocking divisions between rich and poor, sensational crimes, spectacular entertainments for the masses, and grand attempts to combat squalor and disease. Discover Victorian life through the posters, pamphlets, diaries, newspapers, political reports and illustrations that the 19th century left behind... Written by Liza Picard The Working Classes and The Poor Street sellers, omnibus drivers, mudlarks, the workhouse and prostitution, the poor were forced to survive in any way that they could...

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