e-Book Not in Front of the Servants: Domestic Service in England, 1850-1939 epub downloadAuthor: Frank V. Dawes
Pages: 160 pages
Publisher: Wayland (Publishers) Ltd (July 26, 1973)
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e-Book Not in Front of the Servants: Domestic Service in England, 1850-1939 epub download
by Frank V. Dawes
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Domestic service thrived because economic necessity forced larger poor families to put their children into service as one of the few means of feeding and clothing them. Frank Victor Dawes has also written "A Cry from the Streets", "A Family Album" and "Inheritance". Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Hardcover, 160 pages.
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Domestic service, or the employment of people for wages in their employer's residence, was sometimes simply called "service". Dawes, Frank (1973) Not in Front of the Servants: domestic service in England 1850-1939. London: Wayland ISBN 0853402876. It evolved into a hierarchical system in various countries at various times. The United Kingdom's Master and Servant Act of 1823 was the first of its kind and influenced the creation of domestic service laws in other nations, although legislation tended to favour employers. Evans, Siân (2011) Life below Stairs in the Victorian and Edwardian Country House.
He looks at the manifold duties, recruitment, wages, ‘perks’, living conditions, relationships with employers and high jinks amongst the lower end of the servant hierarchy.
This little book, republished in paper by the National Trust Classics, results from Dawes realizing that the personal tales of "in .
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