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Victorian age Queen Victoria The Industrial Revolution Child Labour Word box Sources.

Industrial Revolution Child Labour Word box Sources Queen Victoria in 1887 The house of Hanover Queen Victoria Victoria (1819-1901) Queen of Great Britain and Ireland and of dependencies overseas (187-1901) and (/ had become the world’s leading industrial power at the centre of the British Empire. Queen Victoria Back Victoria aged four Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in a photo taken in 1854 Queen Victoria at her coronation The Spinning Mill Stephensons Rocket In the 18th century, English merchants were /


1819-1901 By Lucy k and Marina. Queen Victoria was born on the 24 th May 1819.Her full name was Alexandrina Victoria Guelph. When she was 18 her uncle,

Connaught) 1850 1942 8Prince Leopold of Great Britain (Duke of Albany) 1853 1884 9Princess Beatrice of Great Britain 1857 1944 When Queen Victoria was 21 she proposed to her cousin Prince Albert. They married on the 10 th of February 1840. They had 9 children/ 40 grand children and 37 great grand children. She was nicknamed the grandmother of Europe. Queen Victoria wore black and mourned for 10 years after prince Alberts death and wore black for the rest of her reign. She reigned/


Queen Victoria Life As A Monarch. Alexandrina Victoria.

by her uncle. http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/yo ung-queen-victoria/8055.htmlhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/yo ung-queen-victoria/8055.html H HH How she became Queen. King Edward, her father, died so her uncle became king. / invented the Light Bulb 20. Florence Nightingale established good Hospital Practice both home and abroad Queen Victoria Death 3 years after her diamond jubilee she died. Queen Victoria died at Osborne house in the Isle of Wight. The longest reigning monarch was on the/


Queen Victoria 1837-1901. First who is she 1. She was the queen of Britain for 63 years. 2. Her full name was Alexandrina Victoria 3. Victoria was less.

to kill her at least 7 times Her children Queen Victoria had nine children 1. Victoria Adelaide 2. Edward Albert 3. Alice Maud 4. Alfred Ernest 5. Helena Augusta 6. Louise Caroline 7. Arthur William 8. Leopold George 9. Beatrice Mary Random Queen Victoria was born on 24 May 1819 She died on January 22 1901 Queen Victoria liked ice on the dinner table to keep the/


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civil war that will be between the Bolsheviks and all those opposed. The Romanovs, Rasputin, and Queen Victoria Part Two The Romanovs, Rasputin, and Queen Victoria Who are the Romanovs? House of Romanov, 2nd Imperial Dynasty of Russia 1613-1917 Nicholas II/co.uk/sponsored/rbth/features/9329824/diamond-jubilee-royal-family-russia.html Tsar Nicholas, Edward Prince of Wales, Queen Victoria, Alexandra Feodorovna https://thesipadvisor.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/faberge-eggs.jpg Story: http://www.faberge.com/news/


The Victorians By Tatenda Contents 4 - Queen Victoria 5 - Queen Victoria 6 - famous Victorians 7 - Charles Darwin 8 - Charles dickens 9 - Florence Nightingale.

3 years she is then married to her cousin prince Albert. Did you know she survived 7 attempts of assassination. Queen Victoria Unfortunately in 1861 prince Albert dies and this is when Victoria is never happy and always wearing black. Later on in 1901 Victoria dies after 63 years in power. End of Victorian age. Famous Victorians Charles Darwin Charles Darwin Charles Dickens Charles/


Visual Analysis Queens Group C1. Queen Victoria With the background being bleak it contrasts with the queens face, and we feel that it shows a vulnerable.

pointing down could show loss off love. With the rose being pink this further suggests love. With the queen wearing white it shows her purity. Queen Victoria is also the focal point, so we can see her powerful status. By the clothes she is wearing / the use of black clothing combined with flowers in the background it could suggest loss. This could link to the queen Victoria portrait. Again with the facial expression, it leaves the audience wondering what she is thinking. Rule of thirds also apply here./


World War I Europe Commits Suicide 1914-1918. Victoria 1817-1901.

to save their nations. Both were married to unpopular foreign princesses (Nicholas II was married to Alexandra – granddaughter of Queen Victoria). Both Nicholas II and Louis XVI would meet the same sad ending. Tsar Nicholas II First cousin to George V/– many people thought that the cousins would never bring their nations to war. Tsar Nicholas II Alexandra Kaiser Wilhelm II Queen Victoria Russia had its own problems with Austria- Hungary and the Ottoman Empire. Slavic peoples in both empires looked to Russia/


QUEEN VICTORIA 1819-1901. Childhood  Victoria was the daughter of Edward, the Duke of Kent and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg. She was born in Kensington.

London on May 24th, 1819.  Edward died when Victoria was but eight months old  In 1837 Queen Victoria took the throne after the death of her uncle William IV. Queen Victoria reigned for 64 years. Queen Victoria is associated with Britains great age of industrial expansion, /science, trade and industry  Her marriage to Prince Albert brought nine children between 1840 and 1857. After Albert’s death  Victoria sank into depression after he died, aged 42, in 1861.  For the rest of her reign she wore black. /


I. Definition: the Victorian Period  Chronologically the Victorian period roughly coincides with the reign of Queen Victoria who ruled over England from.

Period  Chronologically the Victorian period roughly coincides with the reign of Queen Victoria who ruled over England from 1836 to 1901. Queen Victoria and Victorian England - the young queen Queen Victoria  The generally uneventful reign of Georges brother, William IV (1830-37), was followed by that of Queen Victoria (1837-1901).  Only 18 when she came to the throne, Victoria oversaw England at the height of its overseas power.  The/


A VICTORIAN PAST By Rebecca & Mark. Queen Victoria Queen Victoria was born on the 24 th May 1819. She died on the 22 nd January 1901. Queen Victoria was.

born on the 24 th May 1819. She died on the 22 nd January 1901. Queen Victoria was 18 year’s old, when she was crowned. Queen Victoria married her cousin, Prince Albert in1840. When Prince Albert died 1861, Queen Victoria always wore black after that day, to show her pain and sorrow. A Victorian School Curtain’s were used to dived the classroom. The children/


The Victorian Period: 1832–1901 Introduction to the Literary Period Interactive Time Line Milestone: Reign of Queen Victoria Milestone: Riots and Reforms.

Choose a link on the time line to go to a milestone. 185018001900 1837–1901 Reign of Queen Victoria Reign of Queen Victoria Victoria Brought Respect to the Throne Worked hard to ensure the welfare of her people Married her cousin,/political ruler, ensuring continuation of monarchy Many royal families of Europe descended from their nine children Reign of Queen Victoria During Victoria’s reign (1837–1901) England experienced political and social stability prosperity and progress movement toward more democratic/


What is hemophilia and how is it passed on?. Queen Victoria’s Legacy Queen Victoria (1819-1901) was the longest reigning monarch in Britain’s history.

If Leopold didn’t get a gene for Hemophilia from Dad he must have gotten it from his mom. This means Queen Victoria must have been a carrier. Queen Victoria was a female so she had two X chromosmes. Because she is a carrier that means 1 of her X’s/ other X had the recessive hemophilia gene. Mom’s genotype X H X h Let’s illustrate the cross of Prince Albert and Queen Victoria… X H X h XHYXHY XHXHXHXH XHXhXHXh XHYXHYXhYXhY Now, Let’s determine the gender and condition of the possible offspring. Normal female /


By Athina, Katie and Shannon. CHILDHOOD Queen Victoria was born 1819 on the 24 th May at Kensington Palace. In 1820 her father King George III died. During.

cried loudly. http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/young- queen-victoria/8055.htmlhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/young- queen-victoria/8055.html In 1839 she was engaged to her cousin Prince Albert. In 1840 Prince Albert married Queen Victoria. Queen Victoria proposed to Albert. Her father died when she was 1. Victoria loved the opera. Victoria was buried with a dressing gown. She had 9 children She/


The Victorian Age Honors English IV E. Peters. Queen Victoria She inherited the throne of Great Britain at the age of eighteen, upon the death of her.

the United Kingdom in the Victorian era and settled mostly in the United States, Canada, and Australia. Queen Victoria Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of India Victorian technological progress Newspaper printing press/of the single speaker. Style of the dramatic monologue includes reserved emotion---much like the modeled “propriety” of Queen Victoria. Characteristics of Victorian Drama Comedy of manners: –Satirical drame about the idle priviledged class –Dialogue is witty /


Victorian families. Queen Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria) 24 May 1819 – 22 January 1901.

- Crimea war begins 1872 - The first soccer FA Cup Final is played 1878 - The first light bulb is invented 1891 - Free primary schools for all children 1901- Queen Victoria dies Queen VictoriaPrince Albert Great Exhibition -1851 Queen Victoria opens the Great Exhibition in the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London. Participating countries Britain Australia India New Zealand Sweden Norway Denmark France the USA Switzerland an/


Life in Colonial Victoria HTAV Primary School Conference 20 th August 2012.

were the significant people that shaped Australian colonies? What do we know about the lives of people in Australia’s colonial past and how do we know? 1837 Victoria crowned Queen of Great Britain and Ireland Queen Victoria [ 1819-1901 ] By Franz Xaver Winterhalter Queen Victorias family in 1846 by Franz Xaver Winterhalter left to right: Prince Alfred and Prince Albert, the Prince of Wales; the/


Victorian Literature 1837-1901. Queen Victoria In 1837, Queen Victoria ascended to the throne. Her reign lasted over 60 years, until 1901. By the time.

(which began with the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215) was completed; Victoria, like today’s British monarchs, was little more than a ceremonial figurehead. Queen Victoria During her reign, England rebounded from the losses of their colonies in America, and/child labor laws, and free public education. Success at a Price Though the British Empire became far more powerful under Victoria’s rule, the country also began to grapple with many emerging social and political problems, including: The treatment of /


The Victorians By Muriel Ente r Ente r. Contents Queen Victoria Victorian schools Victorian toys Victorian homes Victorian factories Victorian inventions.

Ente r Ente r Contents Queen Victoria Victorian schools Victorian toys Victorian homes Victorian factories Victorian inventions Queen Victoria Queen Victoria was born on 24 th of May in 1819 at kensington palace. Her full name was Alexandra Victoria but they used her surname to call her Queen Victoria. She had four sons (/) and 5 daughters in total 9 children. She reined for 63 years, seven months and 2 days. Queen Victoria died on 22 of January 1901 at Osborne at the aged of 81 years 7 months and to days./


Victorians By Katie Cleverly Enter. Contents Toys Inventions Workhouse Homes Schools Queen Victoria Front page.

Victorians By Katie Cleverly Enter Contents Toys Inventions Workhouse Homes Schools Queen Victoria Front page Toys Victorian toys were different to modern day toys. They hade toys like toy trains, soldiers,jigsaws and tea sets. Meatal /not at school your family would get fine and the Company you worked for. Teachers were very harsh and a bit too strict… Home Queen Victoria Queen Victoria was the queen for the Victorians. Victoria was born in 1837 and died in 1901. She married Prince Albert(her German cousin/


Years 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 Kings and Queens of England Quiz.

insurrection." Four long years later, the Confederacy was defeated at the total cost of 620,000 Union and Confederate dead. Queen Victoria became queen. Queen Victoria became queen on the 24 th of May 1819 – 22 January 1901. She became Englands longest reigning monarch, her offspring governed /founded by the French in North America? 1788 to 1793 1715 to 1723 Next Question Try again 6. When did queen Victoria become queen? 24 th of May 1819 17 th of may 1864 Next Question Try again 7. What time and date did/


An introduction to.  The Victorians is the name given to the people who lived in Britain over 150 years ago, under the rule of Queen Victoria.

 The Victorians is the name given to the people who lived in Britain over 150 years ago, under the rule of Queen Victoria.  Queen Victoria was 18 years old when she became Queen.  Queen Victoria came to the throne when she was only 18 years old.  Victoria reigned from 1837-1901, sixty-four years altogether, meaning that she is Britain’s longest serving monarch.  http://www.youtube.com/


Buckingham Palace has been the London residence of British kings and queens since Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837. Queen Victoria.

the Grand Staircase in 1870. Grand Staircase The Ballroom, the largest of the apartments, built for Queen Victoria in the 1850s, is used for State banquets and investitures. The Throne Room The Queen’s private apartments are in the north wing and on the opposite side is Queen’s Gallery, which since 1962 has been open to the public, showing works of the art/


THE VICTORIAN ERA Queen Victoria ruled England from 1837 to 1901. She was actually only 18 years old when she was crowned queen and her reign was the.

fell in love with her German cousin, Prince Albert and they were married on 10 February 1840. Between 1841 and 1857 Queen Victoria had nine children - four sons, five daughters. Prince Albert died suddenly of typhoid in 1861. His widow was overcome with/ the African coast. In 1750 the population of Britain was 4 million. By 1851 it was 21 million. By 1900, Queen Victoria reigned over 410 million people.British Empire British imperialism was “good”  The prevailing attitude in Britain was that expansion of /


THE VICTORIAN ERA Queen Victoria ruled England from 1837 to 1901. She was actually only 18 years old when she was crowned queen and her reign was the.

fell in love with her German cousin, Prince Albert and they were married on 10 February 1840. Between 1841 and 1857 Queen Victoria had nine children - four sons, five daughters. Prince Albert died suddenly of typhoid in 1861. His widow was overcome with/ the African coast. In 1750 the population of Britain was 4 million. By 1851 it was 21 million. By 1900, Queen Victoria reigned over 410 million people.British Empire British imperialism was “good”  The prevailing attitude in Britain was that expansion of /


Inspirational people QUEEN VICTORIA. Look at this site amouspeople/ Choose one famous person to find out.

powerpoint about them, explaining what they have done, why they are famous And why you think they are inspirational. Facts about queen Victoria.Victoria’s father took her to a army parade When she was only 3 months old.Victoria was born in 1819 and died in 1901.she was queen for over 60 years.Her dad died when she was a baby.1887 was/


How Zones Served Queen Victoria Peter Tribble ProQuest.

media ● High profile, fantastic PR ● Potential for egg on face ● Can we build it? Queen Victorias Journals ● Princess Victoria started a journal in 1832 ● Carried on as Queen until her death in 1901 ● 141 volumes, 43765 pages ● Digitally scanned Initial Evaluation ● Lets /RAM, and add zones until (just before) we start to swap ● Actually need to add lots of swap The Artist ● Queen Victoria was a keen artist ● Scanned many of her sketches ● Also many illustrations in the journals Testing, testing... ● Lots of/


Queen Victoria and the British Empire By Cas Morris.

was only 18 Received the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Lord Chamberlain at 5:00 AM in her nightgown The Queen’s Politics Victoria was a devoted whig Had an infatuation for her Prime Minister Lord Melbourne who helped her adjust to her new /Whigs were losing sway and the Torries were gaining momentum. Despite this and some early shakiness, such as the Bedchamber Crisis, Victoria’s monarchy was very popular The Great Exhibition Held in 1851 Organized by Prince Albert A building was constructed in Hyde Park/


Commonwealth Parliament. Commonwealth Constitution Imperial legislation An Act to constitute the Commonwealth of Australia [9 th July 1900] 63&64 Victoria,

may recommend, and the Houses may deal with the recommendation. Assent has become an automatic, inevitable response. Powers of the Queen s59: Queen may annul legislation BUT: –Westminster Conferences - power will not be exercised S74: residual appeals to the Privy Council BUT/ may grant financial assistance to any State on such terms and conditions as the Parliament thinks fit. Federal Roads Case Victoria v The Commonwealth (1926) 38 CLR 399 DOGS Case Attorney-General (Vic) ex rel. Black v The Commonwealth /


The Victorian era started when Queen Victoria started her reign on the 20 June 1837. The Victorian era ended when queen Victoria died on the 22 January.

her reign on the 20 June 1837. The Victorian era ended when queen Victoria died on the 22 January 1901. The Workhouse; In 1792 there was a work house built in East Preston. To build the/ It was used for lots of different things, including cooking, heating, trains and steam ships. Before queen Victoria became queen, only about nine million tones of coal was mined in Britain each year. By the end of queen Victorias reign, coal production had risen to 198 million tonnes each year. Much of this coal was shipped/


Commonwealth Parliament. Commonwealth Constitution Imperial legislation An Act to constitute the Commonwealth of Australia [9 th July 1900] 63&64 Victoria,

courts Limits on the power of the Governor-General s2: “subject to this Constitution” ◦Constitutional monarchy Responsible government ◦the Queen (and her delegate) do not exercise their powers without ministerial advice. ◦Ministers are in turn responsible to Parliament for/ may grant financial assistance to any State on such terms and conditions as the Parliament thinks fit. Federal Roads Case Victoria v The Commonwealth (1926) 38 CLR 399 DOGS Case Attorney-General (Vic) ex rel. Black v The Commonwealth /


The Vile Victorians By Ella J. Who were the Victorians and when did they live? They lived from 1837 when Queen Victoria started being Queen until 1901.

J Who were the Victorians and when did they live? They lived from 1837 when Queen Victoria started being Queen until 1901 when she died. They lived from 1837 when Queen Victoria started being Queen until 1901 when she died. The Victorian era was named after Queen Victoria. The Victorian era was named after Queen Victoria. What was the life like for poor children? Poor children had to go to/


Victorian Art An Imperfect Legacy Queen Victoria: Self Portrait 1846.

tenement in the Mall, it did not compare favourably with the Louvre and a new purpose-built gallery was opened in 1838 by Queen Victoria. It was located in Trafalgar Square to provide convenient access to all classes. It was argued in Parliament by one of its /painted this lovely picture of “Rhyll Sands” in 1855. “Rhyll Sands” 1855 David Cox 1783-1859 “Balmoral” 1865 Queen Victoria Whatever their merits, she deserves to be nominated for a posthumous Turner Prize, if not for her art but for the Britain she left/


King’s and Queen’s of medieval times Edward I Henry ii John Elizabeth I Mary I Anne Victoria William the conqueror.

King’s and Queen’s of medieval times Edward I Henry ii John Elizabeth I Mary I Anne Victoria William the conqueror KING EDWARD I Name: King Edward I Longshanks Born: June 17, 1239 at Westminster/ 4 months, and 24 days Succeeded by: her 3rd cousin George of Hanover Victoria Name: Queen Victoria Full Name: Alexandrina Victoria Born: May 24, 1819 at Kensington Palace Parents: Edward, Duke of Kent (son of George III) and Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Sala Feld Relation to Elizabeth II: great-great-grandmother House of/


Queen Elizabeth II. Queen of England Her full name is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary born 21 April 1926 at 17 Bruton Street in Mayfair, London. The House of.

the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Commonwealth from 11 December 1936 until his death. He was Queen Elizabeth’s father. Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon she was known as Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, to avoid confusion with her daughter, Queen Elizabeth II. Queen Victoria (Alexandrina Victoria; 24 May 1819 – 22 January 1901) was the monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from/


Victoria became queen at the age of 18; she was graceful and self-assured.  Her reign was the longest in British history. The Victorian Age Franz Xavier.

the longest in British history. The Victorian Age Franz Xavier Winterhalter, The young Queen Victoria, 1842 1. Queen Victoria Only Connect... New Directions The Victorian Age 1. Queen Victoria  In 1840 she married a German prince, Albert of Saxe-Coburg. / life provided a model of respectability.  During this time Britain changed dramatically. Franz Xavier Winterhalter, The young Queen Victoria, 1842 Only Connect... New Directions 2. The growth of the British Empire England grew to become the greatest /


Appositives Jerry Singh and Jeff Seo. The Basics Appositives can be either nouns or pronouns or noun phrases Queen Victoria, one of Englands greatest.

Appositives Jerry Singh and Jeff Seo The Basics Appositives can be either nouns or pronouns or noun phrases Queen Victoria, one of Englands greatest monarchs, ruled for sixty-three years. The Basics They can be placed beside another noun or pronoun to identify or describe it Queen Victoria, one of Englands greatest monarchs, ruled for sixty-three years. The Basics They give us extra information/


Pedigrees Autosomal Sex-linked Queen Victoria Autosomal Sex-linked Queen Victoria.

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The Victorian Age (1837-1901).  Victoria became queen at the age of 18 in 1837.  Her reign was the longest in the British history. The Victorian Age.

reign was the longest in the British history. The Victorian Age Franz Xavier Winterhalter, The young Queen Victoria, 1842 1. Queen Victoria The Victorian Age 1. Queen Victoria  In 1840 she married a German prince, Albert of Saxe-Coburg.  They had nine / family life provided a model of respectability.  During this time Britain changed dramatically. Franz Xavier Winterhalter, The young Queen Victoria, 1842 2. The growth of the British Empire England grew to become the greatest nation on earth  “The /


Victorian Times This is Queen Victoria. She was born in 1837 and died in 1901.

died at the 22 nd January 1901 (aged 81) and she was buried at the 2 nd February. Copy the link onto a web browser to watch a video of Queen Victoria’s life in photographs! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5KBj0a-ZVc Made by: Mpilitsou Kathrine Panagopoulou Matina


The Victorians By Ashleigh Hanna Enter. Contents Queen Victoria Victorian factories Victorian homes Victorian schools Victorian inventions Victorian toys.

factories Victorian homes Victorian schools Victorian inventions Victorian toys and games Back Queen Victoria Queen Victoria was born in 1819 and she died in 1876 when she was still queen. In 1840 she married prince Albert and had nine children. She reined / era it becomes a popular snack. The first official photograph was taken in the 1830s it was a beautiful picture of queen Victoria and some of her children. One of the greatest inventions was the telephone that was invented by Alexander Bell. In 1859/


The Vile Victorians By Chelsea Loppas. Who were the Victorians and when did they live? The Victorian age in British History is named after Queen Victoria,

Victorians and when did they live? The Victorian age in British History is named after Queen Victoria, who was Britains queen from 1837 until 1901. The Victorians lived over 150 years ago during the reign of Queen Victoria. The Victorian age in British History is named after Queen Victoria, who was Britains queen from 1837 until 1901. The Victorians lived over 150 years ago during the reign of/


1833-1901 The Victorian Age. Background “British History is 2,000 years old, and yet in a good many ways the world has moved farther ahead since the Queen.

responsibility, propriety, domesticity  Mother to 9 children  Wore black mourning clothes for 40 years after her husband’s death Queen Victoria Social Changes Age of Reforms  1832 – right to vote to all men owning property  1867 – restructuring of Parliament / Embraced spiritual intensity of medieval Italian art 1809-1892 From a poor family Attended Cambridge When Wordsworth died, Queen Victoria named Tennyson the poet laureate of England and gave him the title of “Lord” Considered by his contemporaries /


The Victorian Era. 1832 (Passage of Reform Bill) or 1837 (Accession of Queen Victoria) 1901 (death of Queen Victoria) Early Victorian (to 1848); Mid-Victorian.

The Victorian Era 1832 (Passage of Reform Bill) or 1837 (Accession of Queen Victoria) 1901 (death of Queen Victoria) Early Victorian (to 1848); Mid-Victorian (1848-1870); Late Victorian (1870-1901) - major reorganization in/Reform Act, in 1867, would add some 1 million voters – those even further down the economic scale – to the electorate....) Queen Victoria – 1837-1901 - ironically (?) Victoria did not support female suffrage, writing in 1870, "let women be what God intended, a helpmate for man, but with /


The Last Hawaiian Royal Family B y Erin Barry. Queen Liliuokalani and her predecessor, King Kalakaua.

Heir-Apparent (Next in line) to the Hawaiian crown on April 10th, 1877 after her younger brother’s death. Attended Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee Ball and Celebration in 1887 Inherited throne on January 29th, 1891. Reign ended on January 17th, 1893 Arrested/as the “Crown Princess” after that until her ascension to the throne in 1891. Invited to and attended England’s Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee Celebration in 1887. Delegation greeted as equals, something that did not happen in Post-Civil-War America.. /


VICTORIAN LITERATURE 1837 - 1901. VICTORIAN LITERATURE REFERS TO LITERATURE WRITTEN DURING THE 63-YEAR REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA Queen Victoria reigned.

LITERATURE WRITTEN DURING THE 63-YEAR REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA Queen Victoria reigned from 1837-1901. Currently her reign is the longest of any British monarch - 63 years and 7 months. However, Queen Elizabeth II is well-poised to steal that record. Some major events that took place during the Victoria era include: A huge growth in population. During Victorias reign, the population of England more than/


European Events 1800’s-Early 1900’s. Victorian Era Queen Victoria was the symbol of British life from 1837-1901. She ruled longer than anyone in British.

above all respectability. http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.koshka-the- cat.com/queen/1873/queen1.jpg&imgrefurl=http:// Queen Victoria’s England When Victoria ascended to the throne, England was essentially agrarian and rural; upon her death, the country/collapses. Victorian Images What do you notice about the following images? http://www.cshouse.org/Images/vic.jpg Queen Victoria 1837-1901 http://images.amazon.com/images/P/0762409150.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg http://www.ruscelli.com/images/Image116.jpg/


King Edward 7 th. Fact File Full Name: Albert Edward Born: November 9, 1841 at Buckingham Palace Parents: Queen Victoria and Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.

years, 3 months, and 12 days A bit about King Edward 7 th Edward was born at Buckingham Palace, the eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. After his fathers death in 1861 he undertook many public duties, took a close interest in politics, and was on /7 th King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1901. As Prince of Wales he was a prominent social figure, but his mother Queen Victoria considered him too frivolous to take part in political life. In 1860 he made the first tour of Canada and the USA ever /


Chapter 23 Section 1.  Queen VictoriaVictoria Era  Benjamin Disraeli  Suffrage  Emmeline Parkhurst.

 Turned down the People’s Charter  By the end of the 1800’s many of their reforms had been passed  1837 Queen Victoria  Reign lasted to 1901 longest in British history  Became more democratic during her reign Benjamin Disraeli- Prime Minister, member of Conservative/ 1800’s women not equals  Could not own property  Not considered legal guardians of their children  Queen Victoria against women’s right to vote  “Mad, wicked folly.”  1886 Disraeli argued for women’s right to vote  Said if a women/


Click to advance all slides Her Majesty the Queen Since February 6, 1952, she has been Queen of 16 independent states and head of the Commonwealth. Historically,

damaged bodywork must remain in the garage Albert Memorial Monument erected in Kensington Garden in honor of the husband of Queen Victoria. Victoria and Albert Museum This museum houses the largest collections of decorative arts. Founded in 1852 and renamed in 1899 by Queen Victoria in memory of Prince Albert. Natural History Museum This museum, opened in 1881, and exhibits all forms of life on/


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