workhouse

a study of poor-law buildings in England
  • 255 Pages
  • 4.52 MB
  • 9581 Downloads
  • English
by
Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England , Swindon
Workhouses -- England -- History., Architecture -- England -- His

Places

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Statementby Kathryn Morrison.
ContributionsEnglish Heritage.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV8749.G7 M67 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 255 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6822876M
ISBN 101873592361
LC Control Number00303756

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The beginnings of the workhouse got back to the Poor Law Act of This was designed to help solve a shortage of.

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Portumna Workhouse. InBoards of Guardians were elected to Galway, Gort, Tuam, Ballinasloe, Clifden and Loughrea and workhouses were built in each of these areas. During the Famine, the union workhouse for the Portumna region was Loughrea. Bythe worst of the Famine was over.

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These are the records in which information can be found on those individuals who were admitted into the Union workhouse and record the details of what happened to them whilst they were in there.

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Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Victorian Workhouse; Edith Lorrimer, who lives in Stoneleigh, Kent, begins her diary in Januarya month before her sixteenth birthday. Unlike many other people in England, Edith is lucky.

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This is the first book to examine the history of the medical services provided by these welfare institutions, both in Britain and its former colonies, over the period covered by the.

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This fascinating, fully illustrated volume is the definitive guide to every aspect of the workhouse and of the poor relief system in which it played a pivotal part.5/5(1).Thankfully local people took on the challenge to work for the preservation of the Bawnboy workhouse.

It is a long and costly project but it is a must to preserv e this educational asset of Irish history. Please visit when in the area! The local men shed is also meeting here and is involved in great projects.The British workhouse is the stuff of literature and legend. But what exactly was it?

Surprisingly, no full-scale history of the workhouse has ever been written. Here, historian Norman Longmate tells the full story, from its beginnings in Elizabethan times until its demise in the s, though mainly concentrating on the Victorian workhouse in the years of its tarnished glory.