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Queen Victoria, c. 1890
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Queen Victoria and her family, 1846, by Franz Xaver Winterhalter
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American Victorian Family
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Victorian Family Portrait
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The Second Great Awakening, revival meeting, Gleason’s Pictorial Magazine , 1851
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In groups of 3 or 4, review your 19 th century women primary sources and answer the following questions (you might want to read the questions first, so that you can keep them in mind and discuss as you go review the document). Choose one person in your group to be the group recorder. The recorder should write down your group’s answers to each of the following questions. You will hand in your answer sheet. Recorders, also write your name on your answer
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