Victorian Period (19th Century) - Announcements

Victorian Period (19th Century) - Announcements

Victorian Period (19th Century) By: Paige Petersen, Meagan Allen, Lyndsey Sarratori, and Mackenzie Inman 1837 King William died and his niece Victoria became Queen

1853 Crimean War 1875 Public Health Act passed in Britain 1901 Death of

Queen Victoria 1832 1901 1845 Irish Potato Famine begins

1861 Civil War begins in the United States 1900 Boxer Rebellion begins in China

Government Constitutional Monarchy Led by Queen Victoria The people had little respect for the monarch Issues: Working Laws Child Labor Land ownership

Victoria (1818-1901) Strict childhood Prince Albert 9 children Ruled for 64 years Employment Child labor Factories

Ship yards Chimney sweeper Women Housekeeping maid/cook Factory Men Government Clergy

Priest Blacksmith Farming Corn Wheat Family Structure Poor families often had around 10 to 12 kids Wealthy families wouldnt have as many children

These kids would start work very young so they could help pay the bills Wealthy parents wouldnt see their children very often Mainly taken care of by a nanny Family Structure The role of men and women were very different Women = domestic work Men = factories, shops and offices Women would often marry in their early 20s

Financially stable men Style Men were the leading clothing designers for women Women who wore formal dresses or stylish garment were respected more Underprivileged people were more concerned about being practical about their clothing style Famous Writers

Walt Whitman Birth: May 31st, 1819 Fascination with reading and writing at 12 years old Leaves of Grass Journalism major Free soil newspaper Death: March 26th, 1892

Emily Dickinson Born on Dec. 10th, 1830 Attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary Because I Could Not Stop for Death Tell the Truth but Tell it Slant If she spent time with anyone it was mainly her family 1,800 poems found after she died Family published them Charles Dickens

Background February 7, 1812 Forced to leave school Married Catherine Hogarth, divorced 10 children The Pickwick Papers Christmas Carol Robert Browning Background

May 7, 1812 English Poet and Playwright The Pied Piper of Hamelin The Ring and the Book Married Elizabeth Browning - English Poet December 12, 1889 . Oscar Wilde Birth: October 16th, 1854

Married Constance Lloyd Occupation: Irish playwright, novelist, essayist, and poet Some Famous Works: Picture of Dorian Grey , and the play The importance of being Earnest Death: November 30th, 1900 Stephen Crane Birth: November 1st, 1871 Married Cora Crane Famous Works: The Red badge of Courage, and Maggie: A Girl of the

Streets Occupation: American poet, novelist, and short story writer Death: June 5th, 1900 Christina Rossetti Birth: December 5, 1830 Occupation: Poet Genre: Poetry Famous Works: The Goblin Market, The Princes Progress, Sing-Song Death: December 29, 1894

William Morris Birth: March 24, 1834 Occupation:Writer, Artist, English Textile Designer Genre: Non-Fiction and Poet Famous Works: The Defence of Guenevere, The Earthly Paradise, A Dream of John Ball and Utopian News from Nowhere Death: October 3, 1896

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