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What can a print from 1640 tell us about life in the early modern period?
Early Modern Ordinary Lives, Women's history, Key Stage 3: Early Modern
Why was Temperance Lloyd executed in 1682?
Why were so many Scottish women accused of witchcraft in the 17th century?
What can we learn from Sarah Baartman about attitudes towards empire in the 19th century?
Wider World Histories, Key Stage 3: Industrial overview, Industrial Empire, Women's history, Introductory Lessons
How typical was Elizabeth Lavender’s execution in 1799?
Key Stage 3 Crime and Punishment, Women's history
Was Harriet Taylor Mill the most significant feminist campaigner of the 19th century?
Industrial Power, Women's history, Key Stage 3: Industrial
What can the music hall really tell us about women in Victorian society?
Industrial Ordinary Lives, Women's history, Key Stage 3: Industrial
Was Emily Davison a Martyr for the Suffragette cause?
Women's history, Key Stage 3: 20th Century
How and why did the Suffragettes become more extreme?
Why did Clara Haber kill herself in May 1915?
Why was Margaretha MacLeod executed in 1917?
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