Manners and Morals of Victorian America

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Native Ground Music, Incorporated, 2009 - Reference - 180 pages
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Manners & Morals of Victorian America is your gateway to the fashionable world of Victorian America. It draws from the wealth of late 19th and early twentieth etiquette books. With over 400 historic engravings and illustrations, the book details virtually every aspect of Victorian life, including the proper conduct for courtship and wooing, duties of husbands and wives, how to deal with a rejected suitor and even carriage and motoring manners. 7x10, 180 pages.

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Erbsen has been collecting rural American music, folklore and humor for as long as he can remember. He is an active author, recording artist and teacher. He has recorded 17 CDs and written 20 books with themes including Appalacia, Civil War, railroad, cowboy, pioneers, gospel, bluegrass, and old-time music.

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