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Victorian era

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Daniel Fagan

on 28 April 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Queen Victoria Can you pick out Queen Victoria from this line up? Timeline In 1837 Queen Victoria was crowned at the age of nineteen. Many people thought the responsibility was too great for her but she was a determined woman and reigned for 64 years. 1841 In 1841 the first railway excursion was organised by Thomas Cook. At the museum you can see some of the very first train tickets used for such excursions.
1854 In 1854 Florence Nightingale went to the Crimea to organise nursing during the war. There she saved the lives of many injured soldiers. In 1864 boys under the age of 10 were banned from being chimney sweeps. At Birmingham Museum you can see a Victorian fire place similar to the ones the boys would have cleaned. 1874 The '10 hour Factory Act' was introduced.
This meant that people could only be made
to work for up to 10 hours per day.
Can you think of any laws



1880 In 1880 children up to the age of 12 were made to go to school. In Gallery 30 at the Museum you can see a writing slate that was used for sums, Victorian schools books and even an old classroom desk!

1884 In the mid 1880's the 'Safety Bicycle' was built. It was much easier to ride than earlier models, with both wheels the same size and a chain. This finally gave ordinary people the freedom to travel. You can see one of these bikes at the Museum in Gallery 30.
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