Did Victorian chimney sweeps get fed?
Yes, some did. But, if they did it was only a small amount of food
what did victorian chimey sweepers aet
They ate pies.
they were chimney sweeps and theives for their owners
they get 5-10 shillings
yes but very little.
Chimney sweeps Coal mines Working in Factories
around 7 and a half hours a day
They were usually 6, 7 and 8 year olds.
Young children were chimeny sweeps in Victorian times because they could fit down the chimney better than adults Unfair ain't it
They worked as Chimney Sweeps,Factory Workers,Street Cleaners and Minners
Some were chimney sweeps, worked in the mines,worked in factorys or did house hold jobs.
around 8 years old. this was after 1788 when there were rules inforced
The type of dangerous they had were such as factory workers, chimney sweeps, coal miners and so on.
Chimney sweeps could choke to death on the soot.They could die young of lung disease.They could fall from high up in the chimney or they could burn in the fires their masters lit when they were up in the chimney
how the chimney sweeps swept the cimneys
Chimney-sweep (pl chimney-sweeps), a person who sweeps or cleans chimneys.
As of 2004, There has been 3 chimney sweeps
Illnesses like Chimney Sweeps Cancer
Of course not. There are no chimney sweeps and stuff like that Victorians, by definition, lived in Victorian times that is when Queen Victoria was on the throne
there are coal mines,chimney sweeps,rat catcher,horse poo picker,a factory worker,seller in the street and scare the brides of the fields.
many chimney sweeps died from inhaling all the soot and dust of the chimney, which caused them to suffocate and choke to death.
When most home heating was done by fireplaces, chimney sweeps were the workers who climbed up to enter chimneys and clean them of soot and creosote.
The annual salary for chimney sweeps is close to $20,000 per year. Many of the people do not actually work full-time.
Well chimney sweeps did not eat a lot of food because the more they ate the fatter they got, and then they wouldn't be able to get up the chimneys.
Girls weren't chimney sweeps because it was a boys job.
If there were any chimney sweeps among the convicts of the First Fleet, the length of their sentence was determined by their crimes and the whim of the magistrates who convicted them, not by their job.
During the Victorian period there were no child labor laws. Children often worked in coal mines, factories, shipyards and on farms. They were also used as domestic servants, chimney sweeps, street sellers, pick pockets and prostitutes. Child labor was very prevalent and widespread in England during the Victorian era.
Chimney sweeps work in dangerous, filthy conditions. One can imagine they would need a good deal of "luck" not to fall or become ill or suffer other disasters. Yet as chimney sweeps clearly survived for years and trained their children in the trade, it came to be thought that their prosperity had to be due to luck as opposed to skill or intelligence. By encouraging that belief, chimney sweeps could add mystique and a bit… Read More
Because, their size enabled them to fit in the confines of a chimney stack much easier.
they actual use a metal brush attached to fexible lengths of fiberglass poles
In Sweden, they are called "sotare".
chimney sweeps light holders...
because santa comes
thieves are in all walks of life
they were sometimes chimney sweeps
a Victorian chimney sweeper wears black trousers,ragged shoes,white t-shirt and a waistcoat
The apprentice system in the Victorian Period was an educational opportunity for younger members of the population. Apprentices were situations where individuals, usually boys, went on jobs with wheelwrights, blacksmiths, and chimney sweeps to learn the trades. The boys made very little money, usually just room and board, but gained a lot of knowledge.
they worked as chimmney sweeps
No, chimney sweeps and coal miners have this problem as well.
"The Praise of Chimney Sweepers" was written by Charles Lamb and appeared in "Essays of Elia", first published in 1823.
They were chimney sweeps, robbers, farm workers(scaring birds from crops or picking up stones from fields), factory workers, or they could work in a coal mine pushing carts to the surface or working pumps and traps allowing air to circulate.
There have been chimney sweeps in many different countries, and they have spoken (and still speak) many languages.
Yes there were a few, but there were many more boys than girls.
in 1996 0r 1856
The soot is the main problem and the health issues involved in the job.
A few jobs were chimney sweeps, miners, factory workers, and millers.
They more than likely lost their jobs.
Their lungs will be affected due to the soot and ash inhaled.