Planning_Biography_QueenVictoria

Planning_Biography_Q - When did Crystal Palace open Inventions in Victorian times Don’t forget to mention something about Harriet the Tortoise

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News Headline 15 th November 05 1835 – Tortoise called Harriet was born. Charles Darwin found her in Galapagos Islands. She was 175 years old on 15 th November 2005. She was born two years before Queen Victoria and is still alive. Dr. Iffat Sardharwalla August 2006 Planning a Biography of Queen Victoria Sequence facts and main events on the timeline. 1837 1835 1900
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Use the Victorian Books and find answers to the following questions about Queen Victoria When was she born? When did she die? Her family? Who did she marry and when? How many children did she have and when? Which countries did she rule? Special events during her reign? Changes she made during her reign? Places she lived? How long did she reign for? Her first name was not Victoria – what was it?
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Unformatted text preview: When did Crystal Palace open? Inventions in Victorian times? Don’t forget to mention something about Harriet the Tortoise! Use the Victorian Books and find answers to the following questions about Queen Victoria When was she born? When did she die? Her family? Who did she marry and when? How many children did she have and when? Which countries did she rule? Special events during her reign? Changes she made during her reign? Places she lived? How long did she reign for? Her first name was not Victoria – what was it? When did Crystal Palace open? Inventions in Victorian times? Don’t forget to mention something about Harriet the Tortoise! Dr. Iffat Sardharwalla August 2006...
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course HIST 202 taught by Professor Nokes during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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Planning_Biography_Q - When did Crystal Palace open Inventions in Victorian times Don’t forget to mention something about Harriet the Tortoise

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