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"[T]his lively study should inspire renewed interest in the social history of the U.S." —Publishers Weekly
This fourth volume in the Everyday Life In America series explores the daily life of Americans during the Victorian era. "A detailed, lively survey of the commonplace objects, events, experiences, products, and tastes that comprised America's Victorian culture. . . . A splendid achievement."--Kirkus Reviews. 43 pages of illustrations.
|1||Work, Struggle, Intolerance||17|
|3||Houses and Homes||91|
|4||Growing Up, Going Out, Getting Old||119|
|5||The Healthy Table and the Healthy Home||155|