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History of the Victorian Period: Imperialism and Social Reform

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Watch this online history video entitled Imperialism and Social Reform. Learn about Imperialism and Social Reform during the History of the Victorian Period.

 

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History of the Victorian Period: Imperialism and Social Reform. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Imperialism in Literature. Learn History of Imperialism and Social Reform through Literature. Learn some of the important events of world history during the Victorian Era, from the 1830's to the first decade of the twentieth century.
  • Review some European and American authors who lived and wrote during the Victorian Era.
  • Explain the cause-and-effect relationship between the Industrial Revolution, the United States Civil War, and the postwar economic expansion.
  • Identify some of the major reform movements of Victorian times including the Protestant missionary movement, the abolition movement, the labor movement, and the progressive movement, and describe how they improved the lives of ordinary citizens.
  • Discover the territorial expansions of the United States, Great Britain, Russia, and other industrial powers during the late nineteenth century.
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