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Children at Work

Children at Work

Working conditions for children in factories, mills and mines More >
Chinese Shoes of Pain

Chinese Shoes of Pain

The custom of breaking and binding feet in China More >
Chinese Tabard from the Qing Dynasty

Chinese Tabard from the Qing Dynasty

Symbol of Chinese women's status More >
Connect>Create 2008

Connect>Create 2008

Responses to artists such as Helen Chadwick by Art students More >
Craft Made From Graft

Craft Made From Graft

Life and working conditions during the Industrial Revolution More >
Cree Native American Saddle

Cree Native American Saddle

Ceremonial Pad Saddle from the Day Star Reserve in Canada More >
Crime and Punishment - Sophia Constable

Crime and Punishment - Sophia Constable

The crime and punishment of an 11 year old Victorian 'young offender' More >
Dick Kerr's Ladies FC

Dick Kerr's Ladies FC

One of the earliest women's football teams in England More >
Documenting our Past

Documenting our Past

Learn how to become a local historian by researching old documents More >
Embroidery of the Russian Goddess Mokosh

Embroidery of the Russian Goddess Mokosh

Ritual linen towel used in marriage and childbirth More >
Entertainment and Hobbies in the 1950s

Entertainment and Hobbies in the 1950s

Find out what people did in their spare time in the 1950s More >
Everyday Life in the Industrial Revolution

Everyday Life in the Industrial Revolution

Changes in daily life as Britain becomes industrialised More >
Factory Reform

Factory Reform

C19th working conditions and the Acts of Parliament that changed them More >
Family Life in the 1950s

Family Life in the 1950s

What life was like for families and children in the 1950s More >
Fashion in the 1950s

Fashion in the 1950s

What did people wear in the 1950s? Who were the icons of the time? More >
Feminist Activism - Education & Job Opportunities

Feminist Activism - Education & Job Opportunities

How Leeds feminists used the 1970s equality laws to access job skills More >
Food in the 1950s

Food in the 1950s

Take a look at what people grew, cooked and ate post-WWII in Yorkshire More >
From Suffering to Suffrage

From Suffering to Suffrage

Why did women have to struggle for the vote in Britain? More >
From Wool to Cloth

From Wool to Cloth

Life and work in textile factories during the Industrial Revolution More >
German Refugee's Doll

German Refugee's Doll

One lady's special reminder of her childhood before WWII More >
Global Citizens - Make an Impact!

Global Citizens - Make an Impact!

Looks at current issues such as Discrimination, Human Rights & Slavery More >
Grave Marker for Songster, the Oldest War Horse

Grave Marker for Songster, the Oldest War Horse

Served with Leicestershire Yeomanry in First World War More >
Hidden Stories, Slavery and Barnsley

Hidden Stories, Slavery and Barnsley

Barnsley, the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and Stereotypes More >
Hindu Casket

Hindu Casket

Anglo-Indian crafts helped the British in India feel at home More >

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