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Victorian Era Commemorative Behavior By David Patterson,CFSP
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This booklet traces the roots of modern funeral service behavior to the Victorian Era. The Victorian Era brought funeralization rituals from culters combining them, adding the British twist which... More > today forms the traditional service most of us know today. This book contains inforamtion on old customs that have long since gone and some that you will see today.< Less
Victorian Era Commemorative Behavior By David Patterson,CFSP
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This booklet traces the roots of modern funeral service behavior to the Victorian Era. The Victorian Era brought funeralization rituals from culters combining them, adding the British twist which... More > today forms the traditional service most of us know today. This book contains inforamtion on old customs that have long since gone and some that you will see today.< Less
Victorian Era Adventures By Edgar Rice Burroughs, Jules Verne
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A Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy Stories from the Victorian Era: Around the World in 80 Days Jules Verne A Princess of Mars Edgar Rice Burroughs Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the... More > Sea Jules Verne Tarzan of the Apes Edgar Rice Burroughs Includes Original Artwork by Leonardo A. Ariza A. Used as Inspiration for a Limited Edition Victorian Adventure Bicycle Playing Card Deck Available from Man Made Games & Asphalt Playground Playing Card Co.< Less
The Tatting Art in the Victorian Era. Wonderful Collection of Patterns By Edith Molina
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BEETON'S BOOK OF NEDDLEWORK. Part 1. TATTING This book contains the first part of BEETON'S BOOK OF NEDDLEWORK. Beeton's Book of Needlework was originally published in Great Britain in 1870 by Ward,... More > Lock and Tyler and is now republished as a way to preserve this wonderful art for the present and future generations. Contains clear and explicit directions for working the patterns. Every pattern and stitch described and engraved with the utmost accuracy and the exact quantity of material requisite for each pattern stated. purses, collars, inserts, borders, lace, rossettes, cravat ends, lady's veil, cap crown, circle for collar, cuffs, etc., linen, edgings, pine pattern, deep border, deep lace, diamond, medallion and trimming for lingeries, veils, stars, and more.< Less
The Tatting Art in the Victorian Era. Wonderful Collection of Patterns By Edith Molina
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BEETON'S BOOK OF NEDDLEWORK. Part 1. TATTING This book contains the first part of BEETON'S BOOK OF NEDDLEWORK. Beeton's Book of Needlework was originally published in Great Britain in 1870 by Ward,... More > Lock and Tyler and is now republished as a way to preserve this wonderful art for the present and future generations. Contains clear and explicit directions for working the patterns. Every pattern and stitch described and engraved with the utmost accuracy and the exact quantity of material requisite for each pattern stated. purses, collars, inserts, borders, lace, rossettes, cravat ends, lady's veil, cap crown, circle for collar, cuffs, etc., linen, edgings, pine pattern, deep border, deep lace, diamond, medallion and trimming for lingeries, veils, stars, and more.< Less
Victorian Gothic By Henry Bischoff
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Social history of the Victorian Gothic Hermitage and the Rosencrantz family of Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey.
Victorian Gothic By Henry Bischoff
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Social history of the Victorian Gothic Hermitage and the Rosencrantz family of Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey.
Eminent Victorians. By Lytton Strachey
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Eminent Victorians is a book by Lytton Strachey (one of the older members of the Bloomsbury Group), first published in 1918 and consisting of biographies of four leading figures from the Victorian... More > era. Its fame rests on the irreverence and wit Strachey brought to bear on three men and a woman who had till then been regarded as heroes and heroine. They were: Cardinal Manning Florence Nightingale Thomas Arnold General Gordon< Less
ERA OF UNDERSTANDING By Stella McMillan
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Book 3 in the Trilogy ERA/ERROR of UNDERSTANDING. Oblivious to her own predicament and her own life with her husband and her son, in an American setting, Paula remains transfixed as she views the... More > lives of Louisa, Sylvia and Elizabeth in early Australian history. Their interaction with the one man, Charles Lyndhurst, continues to fascinate her. These events play themselves out to their final conclusion, in the State of Victoria, during the latter half of the nineteenth century. Paula knows them all oh-so-well? Eventually, she will be forced to face up to the reality of her own needs and her own circumstances. This is Paula's dilemma now. However, for the time being, she is content to focus her undivided attention on these 'Victorian Victorians', thereby delaying her own inevitable moment-of-truth for just a little longer. But for how long remains to be seen. After all the twenty-first century is about to dawn in her 'real world'! 638 pages.< Less
VICTORIAN GOVERNANCE IN THE AGE OF FREEDOM By Caning Spank Master Toyntanen
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Her aunt's house was only a spitting distance from London’s Paddington station and hence the shops of the West End, which was more to the point. She knew nothing of the dark repressed days of... More > the Victorian era when a young woman her age - or even older - might well have found herself transferred from that very same address to another, similar, house in Clifton, Bristol for a period of ‘obedience training’ which might have lasted a year, eighteen months - or even longer! But then again, what was that knowledge worth? It was only history, after all. And she certainly would not have taken at all seriously any suggestion that in some manner the spirit of that place - and of that age – might still be alive. Nor that the influence of the long-deceased professional disciplinarian woman who had once owned and run that establishment for the ‘chastisement of wayward young women’ might still shadow and darken her aunt's home. That view would change... and her bottom would pay the price of her ignorance!< Less