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Born in: 1819 Died in: 1901 Married: Prince Albert Nick name: Drina Queen Victoria for kids Children: 9 Crowned Queen in:1837 Reigned for: 63 years Saddest moment: Death of Prince Albert. Queen Victoria. Queen Victoria. Victorian Dates of Interest. 1819 Princess Victoria born.

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Born in: 1819

Died in: 1901

Married: Prince Albert

Nick name: Drina Queen Victoria for kids

Children: 9

Crowned Queen in:1837

Reigned for: 63 years

Saddest moment: Death of Prince Albert

Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria


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Victorian Dates of Interest

1819 Princess Victoria born.

1837 Victoria becomes Queen.

1840 Queen Victoria marries Prince Albert.

1840 First national postal service introduced.

1842 The Mines Act stops children under 10 from working in the mines.

1844 The Factory Act stops children between 8 and 13 working more than 6.5 hours a day.

1848 First Christmas tree introduced by Prince Albert.


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1851 The Great Exhibition opened at Crystal Palace by Prince Albert.

1858 The telegraph system was introduced between England and United States of America.

1861 Prince Albert dies of typhoid.

1863 The first underground railway is opened in London.

1867 The right to vote is widened to include most men.

1876 Alexander Bell invents the telephone.

1880 The Education Act makes compulsory schooling for all children between 5 and 10.

1901 Queen Victoria dies. Her son, Edward VII, becomes King.


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