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BBC: History: Women's Rights In Victorian England

Students can learn about changes in women’s rights in Victorian England from 1840 through 1929 by answering true and false questions in the areas of divorce, job, study, money, vote, and children.
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March is Women’s History month. Students can learn about changes in women’s rights in Victorian England from 1840 through 1929 by answering true and false questions in the areas of divorce, job, study, money, vote, and children. A summary is provided to let students know the various acts that brought about these changes.

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