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|Charles Booth on-line archive||
Extensive information about social reformer Charles Booth (1840-1916) and his seminal survey into life and labour in London (1886-1903).
|19th century, Victorian, Social history, Social reform, Poverty, Houses & housing, Employment, Historical Maps, Urban & metropolitan history, London, History||view|
|Hidden Lives - Children in Care 1881-1918||
Unique archive material about poor and disadvantaged children cared for by The Waifs and Strays' Society (later the Children's Society) in the...
|Children, Poverty, 19th century, 20th century, Victorian, Edwardian, Social reform, Charities, Houses & housing, History||view|
|The health effects of poverty in London in 1896 and 1991||
This study compares the extent to which late 20th century patterns of mortality in London are predicted by contemporary patterns of poverty and by...
|Poverty, Victorian, London, Death||view|
|The Workhouse - the Story of an Institution||
A comprehensive and authoritative archive of information on all aspects of British workhouses encompassing social history, politics, economics and...
|18th century, 19th century, 20th century, Architecture, Social history, Poverty, Institutions, Social reform, History||view|
|UK Parliament Living Heritage||
Information on how British Parliament worked with social reformers to improve working conditions and education over the 19th and 20th centuries....
|19th century, 20th century, Victorian, Modern, Education, Schooling, Reform, Factories, Mines, Legislation, Poverty, Children, History||view|