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victorian times rich and pooor

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Ju Mae

on 21 November 2012

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Transcript of victorian times rich and pooor

CHILD LABOUR RICH AND POOR FAMILIES “The rich man in his castle,
The poor man at his gate,
God made them, high and lowly,
And order’d their estate” This was
said by Cecil F. Alexander, Introduction There were a lot of differences between Rich and Poor families EDUCATED WORKING MEN
well fed,
high education
huge houses. Poor families
ate poor food
died of illnesses
not good education
small cottages and streets 85 percent
15 percent sixpence a day,
€250,000 a year.
Poor had very simple jobs. Rich had very good jobs. chimney sweepers Servants Miners Miners Doctors Rich families enjoyed:
new places Factory owners Shop keepers Bankers Victorian nannies spent most of their
time with the children. Rich children had many toys:
teddy bears
Poor didn't have toys. Fathers and Mothers Rich Fathers Poor Fathers Not seen by children Rich Mothers didn't do the work in their houses
very interested in their stuff Poor Mothers Not seen by children Very important
respected by children Made by: Juli, Otti and Cata Rich families Poor families Rich children had nannies
that took care of them.
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