In the early 1900s, home family life was often centered around traditional gender roles, with the father as the breadwinner and the mother as the homemaker. Children were expected to be obedient and respectful, and discipline was often more strict compared to modern times. Household chores were divided amongst family members, and leisure activities usually revolved around the home, such as reading, playing board games, or listening to the radio.
Yes, children did go to school in the 1900s. However, school attendance and access to education varied depending on factors such as location, socioeconomic status, and gender. In many developed countries, compulsory education laws were gradually implemented during this time, making education more accessible to children.
The average price for chicken was about 13 cents per pound in 1900. A gallon of milk cost about 20 cents per gallon.
The number is always changing as conditions change. According to the American Farm Bureau Federation in 2009 the US farmer produces food and fiber for 155 people.
The Chinese people ate soup and bread in tenements, contrary to popular belief that they ate egg rolls all the time, they actually eat rice and shrimp more such as fruits and vegetables. They also, ate mushrooms
The foods consisted of pretty much the same as they do today. The production is what has changed the most. The foods were not processed as they are today. The chickens came from the local farmer. They were not mass produced on an assembly line. The meats came from the butcher after having a full life with lots of room to move and healthy food (not corn starch as they are fed today). In few words their foods were not dipped in sugar and fat, and produced in an inhumane manor. They still had candies and stuff like that but the consumption of them were not anywhere near what they are today. Hope this has been helpful.
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people ate most of the foods that we eat today , but in much larger portions, and lots more fatin the meats they ate.the family gathered for all 3 meals every day because they often worked or attended school in close proximity of the home. meats were always available but fruits and vegetableswere eaten on a seasonal basis. the rural families had more vegatables because they canned more things than their city customers did a typical day in city and rural consisted of the following but not available to all; breakfast eggs--bacon--toast--juice in the city. the country farmers ate the same but in larger portions and also included meats potatoes fruit and cakes and or muffins and pie. for lunch both would eat from a lunch bag of meats on bread-- fruits and veggies and cakes. the city elite would eat in fancy restaurants or go home for lunch which could include the same as the bag lunch or more hot meals. supper in the country included all the differant foods they ate for lunch and breakfast but in larger portions but included more variety say steak and ham at the same table fattening foods because the men and women did a lot of physical jobs during their work day from dawn to dusk. in the city fine dining was the usual with all dressed up.
Take the amount of dollars you spend on groceries now and divide that by the spot price of gold per ounce. Then multiply that amount by 20 ($20 an ounce of gold in 1776 more or less). So let's say you spent $4000 a year on goceries now, then the equivalent cost in 1776 would be $4000/$899 (spot gold price per ounce as of Jan 23 2009) = 4.44. Take 4.44 multiply by $20 = $88 per year for food in 1776. The higher cost of food now is soley due to the inflation of prices caused when the dollar went off the gold standard in 1932 or so during the FDR administration. Until that time, prices had been mostly stable for the past 100 years. Since then, prices have risen between 5% to 7% per year (on average) due to a paper fiat currency issued by the private bak called the Federal Reserve Bank.
Milk didn't come in cartons in the 1900s. It came in glass bottles. It was 7 cents a quart, so about 3 or 4 cents a pint. Yes, Tyler. I improved your answer. See? See, how it always comes and hits you in the face? Even on the internet.
Poeple in the 1900s would either go to theaters or play with their toys. In most theaters there were live bands, motion picture without sound and music videos. Music vidoes in there time were diffrent from the music videos we have today. They had slide shows with pictures they colored in themselves. Also people would visit friends on their free time.
I recently found one on Ebay for seven US dollars.
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Shops and factories
I'm sure the cost of a newspaper in 1927 would vary on the part of the contry it was bought, and the publication. I do have a "Baltimore American" newspaper (the pink edition) that cost .02 cents a copy. That's twice the price for your thoughts.
They never really went out. they just became good friends and liked each other a lot. but if i had to guess i would say a couple of years because she lasted out threw almost the whole war with him and they all were caught the last year of World War 2
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In the United States, technically baseball is the older professional sport. By 1856 baseball was considered to be the national past time. In 1857, the first professional baseball teams were established. Professional football did not make its debut until 1892.
They worked in mills, factories, or cotton mills. They worked for about 12-18 hours a day.(:
Emily Goulden was born on 14 July 1858 in Manchester into a family with a tradition of radical politics. In 1879 she married Richard Pankhurst, a lawyer and supporter of the women's suffrage movement. He was the author of the Married Women's Property Acts of 1870 and 1882, which allowed women to keep earnings or property owned before and after marriage. His death in 1898 was a great shock to Emily.
In 1889 Emily founded the Women's Franchise League, which fought to allow married women to vote in local elections. In October 1903 she helped found the more militant Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), an organisation that gained much attention for its militant activities and whose members were the first to be christened 'suffragettes'. Emily's daughters Christabel and Sylvia were both active in the cause. British politicians, press and public were astonished by the demonstrations, window smashing, arson and hunger strikes of the suffragettes. In 1913, WSPU member Emily Davison was killed when she threw herself under the King's horse at the Derby as a protest at the government's continued to give women the right to vote.
Emily was imprisoned and went on ahunger strike during imprisonment, resulting in violent force-feeding. The government passed what became known as the 'Cat and Mouse' Act. Hunger striking prisoners were released until they grew strong again, and then re-arrested.
Emily's cause was ended abruptly on the outbreak of war in 1914, when Emily turned her energies to supporting the war effort. In 1918 the Representation of the People Act gave voting rights to women over 30. Emily died on 14 June 1928, shortly after women were granted equal voting rights with men.
They can be used for scientific research or just for pleasure rides. Some, called thermal airships, can be steered, but most are just used as recreational rides or for advertisement.
At the beginning of the Twentieth Century, larger colleges and universities in the United States established football teams, based upon rules modified from English rugby. In 1901, professional baseball expanded from eight National League teams with the inception of the American League, and its eight teams, located in New England and the Mid-Atlantic states. Horseracing in the U. S., which declined in popularity as opposition to bookmaking grew, saw a revival when parimutuel gambling replaced it in 1908. The growth of the British Empire introduced cricket to its African and Asian colonies. The modern Olympic Games, consisting of wrestling and track / field events, were contested in the summers of 1900 (Paris), 1904 (St. Louis), 1906 (Athens), and 1908 (London). Tennis and golf began saw an increase in following through Western Europe and the U. S. Ice hockey, on both the amateur and professional levels, expanded across Canada and into the northeastern U. S.
New types of leisure activities which were developed around 1900 included dance halls, vaudeville shows, Wild West shows, motion pictures, vacations at resorts, amusement parks, national parks, world fairs and expositions, athletic clubs, and sports such as basketball and baseball.