Much to Be Done

Much to Be Done

Private Life in Ontario From Victorian Diaries

Book - 1996
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Victorian Ontario included people from all walks of life from homeless beggars to wealthy gentry. In Much To Be Done we glimpse how life was lived in 19th-century Ontario, not only in the grand mansions, but also in the farm houses and streets where our ancestors lived.

This publication could be your great-grandmother's story, following the cycle of life from courtship to childbirth to celebration and death. Diaries, with some contributions from letters, newspapers and reminiscences, provide a fresh and contemporary viewpoint. Much To Be Done promotes a historical understanding which links people of today with the Ontario of the past.

Publisher: Toronto : Natural Heritage/Natural History, c1996
ISBN: 9781896219073
1896219071
Branch Call Number: 971.302 Hof
Characteristics: vi, 278 p. : ill
Additional Contributors: Taylor, Ryan

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RobinT Jun 09, 2010

This is an excellent book! I really enjoyed being in the lives of women of the past. Could not put this book down. The fact that it was real women's thoughts made it so much more interesting.

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