Britain 1750-1900Chapter 11.1 Britain gains an empire1.2 The slave trade1.3 The Black Hole of Calcutta1.4 Keeping in touch1.5 Get thee to Australia1.6 The Irish Famine 1845-8: the problem1.7 The Irish Famine 1845-8: solutions?Chapter 22.1 The Industrial Revolution2.2 The Agricultural Revolution2.3 Thomas Turner: village shopkeeper2.4 Steam: all change?2.5 Living and working conditions in Industrial Britain2.6 Maria Woolf2.7 Bradford woolcombers: dangerous and deadly work2.8 Titus Salt: a caring mill owner2.9 Saltaire: a gentle prison>2.10 Samuel Greg: a risk taker?2.11 Esther Price: a runaway apprentice2.12 Down the pit2.13 Getting about2.14 Living in Industrial BritainChapter 33.1 Wars, riots and rebellions3.2 The American Revolution3.3 The gift of liberty3.4 The French Revolution3.5 Napoleon - Emperor of France3.6 The British Protest: Ned Ludd and Captain Swing3.7 The British Protest: Rebecca3.8 The British Protest: the Chartists
Living Through History: Foundation Book. Britain 1750-1900 by Fiona Reynoldson
Living Through History
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