By M. Reynolds
Infant Mortality and Working-Class baby Care, 1850-1899 unlocks the hidden background of working-class baby care in the course of the moment 1/2 the 19th century, trying to problem these historians who've solid working-class girls as feckless and maternally ignorant. through plotting the lives of northern girls when they grappled with business waged paintings within the manufacturing facility, in agriculture, in nail making, and in brick and salt works, this ebook unearths a distinct photograph of northern childcare, one that issues to leading edge and enterprising baby care versions. consciousness can also be given to day-carers as they acted in loco parentis and the workhouse nurse who labored along side clinical paediatrics to supply nineteenth-century welfare to pauper babies. by utilizing a brand new and wide variety of resource fabric, along with scientific and terrible legislations historical past, Melanie Reynolds permits a clean and new viewpoint of working-class baby care to arise.
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Infant Mortality and Working-Class Child Care, 1850-1899 by M. Reynolds