Marriage and Family Structure by: zayra hernandez

Marriage during the Victorian Era was very important. Marriage at this point in history was like a right of passage. When a man and a woman got married they became one. She was his all her decisions reflected him.
During the Victorian Era another major factor was the structure of family. The way the children acted and who they were involved with
Divorces during the victorian era were rare and often not allowed. If a couple got a divorce it was a decision the husband made. A separation of living was also considered a divorce during this time.
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zayra H.


Created with images by Dimitry B - "Old Pier, Herne Bay, UK" • Karen Roe - "Ickworth Park (NT) 02-04-2011" • Visit Cape May - "Victorian Family Fair June 13" • Karen Roe - "Layer Marney Tower 09-06-2013"

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