Pat Barr - History - 2011 - 218 pages
Thousands of British women lived in India during Victorian times. They first went out as wives, mothers, sisters; others followed as teachers, doctors, missionaries. What they ...
Pat Barr - Political Science - 1970 - 128 pages
Discusses the effects of Western intervention in the Far East from the sixteenth century to the present day. Includes excerpts from documents and diaries of the various periods
Pat Barr - Travel - 1970 - 152 pages
Childhood reminiscences of one hundred people reflect the sights, sounds, tastes, smells, and textures of Edwardian and Victorian England.
Pat Barr - British - 1989 - 186 pages
With Its Fascinating Multitude Of Voices From The Recent Past, This Book Breaks New Around To Make An Important Contribution To The History Of British Women Who Resided In ...