workhouse orphans 1800s

Little children hopelessly enslaved to the insatiable appetites of sexually mature human males.

The workhouse..."some would rather die than go there.."

Mental-Asylums-In-Victorian-Era.Do you really think there were this many real mental patients? Remember this was just one Asylum. I wonder how many were committed for various reasons, just to get rid of them.

Young boy's at work. The Workhouse in St Pancras, London: Middlesex

Young boy's at work. The Workhouse in St Pancras, London: Middlesex. my grandfather was sent to TS Elliot at Gosport.

Workhouse Uniform ----- At Bristol, in the 1830s, for example, prostitutes wore a yellow dress, and unmarried pregnant women a red one.

Workhouse Uniform ----- At Bristol, in the for example, prostitutes wore a yellow dress, and unmarried pregnant women a red one. Nice way to mark out the "fallen women"(!

My Great-great-great grandmother ended her days as an inmate of Windsor workhouse. Born in the early 1800's she ran a pub until she was well into her eighties. But when you were too old to work and support yourself and your family couldn't support you, this was your only option.

Windsor workhouse When you were too old to work and support yourself and your family couldn't support you, this was your only option.

Whitechapel Workhouse, Vallance Road

Before Whitechapel Workhouse in Vallance Rd. Photo by Jack London - People of…


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