The Church

The Church

Book - 2011
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This series of books explores what is perhaps the most dynamic era in the history of England. Under Britain's longest-reigning monarch (1837-- 1901), the nation witnessed astonishing advances in science and technology, as well as sweeping political and social reforms. These changes affected nearly every corner of the globe. This series focuses on the Victorian people and their everyday lives. It introduces readers to the men, women, and children at all levels of society, from poor farmers and factory workers to striving middle-class families and to the aristocrats at the top of the social scale. It describes how they lived and worked, the values they held, the hopes and dreams they had, as well as the realities they faced.
Publisher: New York : Marshall Cavendish Benchmark, c2011.
ISBN: 9781608700318
Branch Call Number: J 274.2081 SCH 9254tc 1
J 274.2081 SCH 9254ag 1
J 274.2081 SCH 9254ul 1
Characteristics: 80 p. : ill. (chiefly col.). --


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