The Erosion of Childhood: Child Oppression in Britain, 1860-1918

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INDEX

a
absenteeism 21 , 89 , 175 , 189-92 , 195
Acland, Eleanor 165 , 201 , 204 , 224 , 231
Acland, George 231
acrobats 59 , 63-4
adoption 99-100
after-care committees 104-5
age:
in babies’ classes 136-7 ;
of consent 234 , 235 ;
death rates by 2-3 ;
of employees 3-7 , 9 , 11-17 , 19-21 , 27 , 30 , 67 , 71-4 ;
school-leaving 106 , 110-12 , 114 , 115 , 161
Agnew, T.F. 235
agriculture 1 , 5 , 31-3
Albert, Prince 116
Allinsworth, George 13
Anderson, Miss Mary 113
animal protection 235-6
anthropometric studies 15 , 147 , 153
anti-school ethos 193
apprentices 19 , 20 ;
blind-alley jobs;
charity 102-3 ;
chimney sweeps 55-8 ;
economic mobility 212 , 213 ;
pupil-teacher 138 , 170 , 208-11 ;
at sea 33-4 , 35 ;
workhouse 33 , 43 , 56-8
aristocracy 168
army 104
Arnold, Thomas 162 , 177 , 178
Art for Schools Association 139
artisans 206 , 207
Ashley, Lord 9 , 80
attendance, school 119 , 120 , 189-95 ;
see also truancy
Avery, Gillian 184

b
babies’ classes 136-8
Baker, Robert 51 , 52
bakery boys 104
Baldry, George 173
ballads for Children (Sewell) 84
Band of Hope 84 , 204 , 218 , 219
Band of Hope Review24-5
barges/bargees 54
Baring, Maurice 163 , 177 , 187 , 228
Barlee, Ellen 44-5 , 47 , 59-61 , 64 , 67 , 87-8 , 141-2
Barnard, H.C. 163-4 , 230
Barnardo, Dr 48-9 , 70 , 80-2 , 91 , 118 , 236 , 238
Barnett, Canon and Mrs Henrietta 46
Barnum, Phineas, T. 65
Barrett, W.H. 150 , 202
Barrie, J.M. 228
Bartholomew Fair 65
Batts, R. 122
Beale, Miss Dorothea 142 , 164 , 166-8
Bedford, Bishop of 236
beggars 80-90
Behrens, Lilian Boys 201
Bellerby, Frances 43
Bench, John 25
Betty, William 59
Bible classes 84
Binny, John 131 , 197
birth certification 17
birth rate 1 , 2-3 , 243 , 244
Bitter Cry of Outcast London, The (Preston) 235
Black, Clementina 22 , 113
Black Stain, The (Sims) 241

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