Childhood and Death in Victorian England by Sarah SeatonThis book is very detailed in the numbers and stories of what Victorian life was like for mothers and children of the time frame. Hearing accounts as if you were right there reading the stories from the newspapers themselves. We have forgotten what it was like to have children working the mines and the mills. They were expendable. We have come a long way, but if we do not remember the past we are doomed to repeat it. Amazing book, worth the read.
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From the Team at Museum of Mortality