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Cut out and put these events in order (or cut out & laminate & use to make a human timeline!) 1880 Education became compulsory 1837 Victoria became Queen 1851 The Great Exhibition 1879 Edison produces his first light bulb 1861 Prince Albert died 1825 First passenger railway opened 1840 Victoria married Albert 1819 Princess Victoria born 1901 Queen Victoria died 1854 Crimean War began
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1876  Alexander Graham Bell invents the  telephone 1840 First postage stamp 1863 Football league started 1842 Act of Parliament prevents women and  children under 10 working in mines 1848 First Public Health Act 1901 First vacuum cleaner 1867 First pedal bicycle 1838 Fox Talbot invents photography 1891 All primary education free
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Unformatted text preview: 1887 Victoria’s Golden Jubilee 1845 Michael Faraday discovers diamagnetism (the ‘Faraday Effect’) 1883 First skyscraper built in Chicago 1851 Sewing machine is invented 1860 Nurse training school started by Florence Nightingale 1861 First horse drawn trams used in London 1853 Livingstone ‘discovers’ Victoria Falls in Africa 1863 London Underground began 1837 Samuel Morse showed how electric telegraph worked 1883 First skyscraper built in Chicago 1897 Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee 1899 School leaving age raised to 12 1876 Queen Victoria became Empress of India...
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