History-Victorian Women

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What act was passed in 1842?
The Mines Act. It banned the employment of all women, girls and boys under 10 in the coal mine.
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What act was passed in 1847?
The Factory Act. Women and children under 18 couldn't work more than 10 hours per day.
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What act was passed in 1839?
The Infant Custody Act. It gave seperated women rights to their children.
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What act was passed in 1857?
The Divorce Act. It meant married women who were seperated had equal rights to property and earnings.
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What happened in 1848?
Queen's college London is founded to train women to be governesses.
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What happened in 1869?
Sophia Jex Blake tries to attend lectures at Edinburgh Medical School and is thrown out.
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What happened in 1873?
Girton College for women founded at Cambridge University but they couldn't take degree's.
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What happened in 1878?
London University allows women to take degrees like men.
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What happened in 1948?
Cambridge University lets women take degrees.
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What happened in 1857?
Tne Matrimonial Causes act. It meant women could get divorced if their husbands were cruel, deserting or adulters. Divorced women equaled widows.
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What happened in 1870?
The married women's property act. It meant women could keep their own income/property after marriage.
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What happened in 1878?
It meant a seperated woman could claim maintenance to support herself and children.
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What happened in 1891?
Women could no longer be forced to stay i their husbands home against their will.
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Causes of Cholera?
Malnutrition,Rationing,Crowded Conditions,Poverty,No doctors/nurses and inadequate hospitals
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What act was passed in 1875?
The Public Health Act. It meant local councils were responsible for providing water and sewage systems in the area. They also had to appoint a medical officer.
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What is a Sin?
A sin is an act of selfishness, its when a person goes against God. Sin damages our relationship with God and others.
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3 factors that determine the seriousness of a sin?
The seriousness of the action,The intention and the circumstances.
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2 types of sin?
Mortal and Venial sin.
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Who was Luke?
Author of 3rd Gospel and Acts of the Apostles, a Greek Gentile and most likely a doctor. Was not an eyewitness to the ministry of Jesus.
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When was Luke's gospel written?
80-90AD
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Who was the intended audience?
Greek gentiles who had become Christians.
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What sources did he use?
Mark's Gospel, Jesus' sayings (Q Source) and Special L (material unique unique to Luke's Gospels)
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