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Queen Victoria's Journals

Description

Queen Victoria was the longest serving British monarch, reigning as Queen from 1837 to 1901 and as Empress of India from 1877. The complete on-line collection of Queen Victoria's journals from the Royal Archives.These diaries cover the period from Queen Victoria's childhood days to her Accession to the Throne, marriage to Prince Albert, and later, her Golden and Diamond Jubilees.Thirteen volumes in Victoria's own hand survive, and the majority of the remaining volumes were transcribed after Queen Victoria's death by her youngest daughter, Princess Beatrice, on her mother's instructions.

Author/Creator (Digital Rights Manager)

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Bodleian Libraries

Contributor

Queen Elizabeth II

Contributor Role

Author

Publicatio/Creation date

2012

Keywords

England, British Monarchy, Queen Victoria

Language

en-US

Interactivity type

Expositive

Format

Text

Learning resource type

Figure, Narrative text

Subject Discipline

Social Science

Educational context

9, 10, 11, 12, Adult/Continuing Education, Community College, Higher Education

Typical learning time

00:00:00

ERIC Thesaurus Terms

European History, Social History, World History

GEM Subject Terms (K-12)

World history

Has costs

No

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Copyright or Other Restrictions

Yes
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