Categories include: Factory Reformers, Supporters of Child Labour, Life in the Factory, The Factory Workers, Tactics and Issues, and The Factory Acts
Resources for school projects on the Victorian era. Music, images of the Queen, the phonograph, Florence Nightingale and Education.
A detailed analysis of the events of St Peter's Field, Manchester on the 16th August, 1819. The website includes eyewitness accounts and biographical details of 25 people who saw what happened that day.
Thirty-five biographies of women who played a prominent role in the struggle for equality. Includes written primary sources produced by, or about, them.
Dedicated to Victorian enthusiasts: a brief history and photos of the Victorian Era including Queen Victoria, Cameos and Victorian Architecture
Aims to computerise a number of source documents and related materials relating to Great Britain in the mid-nineteenth century.
Take a virtual tour of an imaginery Victorian era home, and learn all about lifestyles of the era, customs and interests. (Factual information set within a fictional tour. Includes many pictures)
Detail-rich site that provides insight into the production and publishing of books in Britain during the nineteenth century.
Text from selected issues of The Penny Magazine, which was published every Saturday for a working class readership
Based on a comprehensive survey in 1844, and extended to other asylums.