By Jonas Kavaliauskas. Orphans in 19 th Century Victorian England. Background Info. Victorian era in England. Victorian era in England was a time of great social evolution, technological advancements and economical improvements.
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Victorian era in England
Definition of an orphan
Fate of the orphans
Poor Law Amendment
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