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Nine Norfolk Women - Activities

We're using the page to link you to some suggested resources in 19th century local history, in particular the lives of women in that period.

The obvious starting point for those of us in Norfolk to link you to is Norfolk Women in History. It's a site to which you can contribute your own ideas, as well as investigating those who are already on it. We'll be aiming to give you further links in due course.

If you haven't yet had the chance to see the short video from the authors, talking about how they came to research and write the book, click Pamela Inder and Marion Aldis introduce 'Nine Norfolk Women - Succeeding in a 19th century man's world'.

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