Historical Questions for Ladies 1853


If you were a respectable young lady in the Victorian Era, Gentle Reader, here are a few conversation topics you might be expected to have words on.  This is the kind of thing Lady Linette might instruct the girls of Mademoiselle Geraldine's with, in order to adequately prepare them for societal integration.


Historical Question for Ladies

(Taken principally from the Reign of Queen Victoria.)

~ Mostly garnered from the Ladies Home Journal, 1853

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