Contrasts In A Victorian City
These pages contain a range of resources which can be used to study what it was like to live during the Victorian era. It contrasts the way of life of people in two geographically close but socially dramatically different parts of the city towards the end of the nineteenth century. Although specifically designed for History, key stage 2 in the National Curriculum, it will also appeal to anybody with an interest in local or social history. As well as guidance notes the pages contain contemporary documents and photographs.
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Victorian Birmingham in Photographs
Contrasts in a Victorian Cityis also available to buy as a resource pack. The pack includes a set of guidance notes, five fold-out maps and twenty-seven laminated contemporary documents and photographs.
Contrasts in a Victorian City - Birmingham:
Sources and notes for a study of Victorian Birmingham
by Richard Albutt, Martin Flynn and Philippa Bassett
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