Victorian Bournemouth (151) explores the social profiles belonging to the increasing number of men driving cabs throughout the resort.
Victorian Bournemouth (149) finds that established residents perhaps upgraded Oxford Road’s society with a collaborative social protectorate.
Victorian Bournemouth (149) uncovers the middling, upholstered dream world available to aspiring inhabitants of Oxford Road.
Victorian Bournemouth (148) provides a demographic analysis of Oxford Road’s inhabitants during the late nineteenth century.
Middling street life Introduction Victorian Bournemouth (147) introduces a short series exploring Oxford Road’s physical and community growth 1871-1901. The articles cover its geographic positioning and the built environment; demographics of the street; its socio-anthropology. It finds a stable, middling community, living in perhaps some comfort, pitched between the working people of Springbourne and the […]
Multi-multi-families Introduction Victorian Bournemouth (146) finds public and private links interconnecting the British Indians who settled in the resort during the period 1871-1881. Genealogical analysis provides insights into the social history of Indian natives born to families who had originated in Britain. By the time they arrived in Bournemouth, in some cases, several generations of […]
‘Simla-by-the-sea’ Introduction Victorian Bournemouth (145) explores the way in which British Indians perhaps experienced difficulty after migrating from their native homeland to British society. They may have found alienation and rejection, to escape from which they gravitated to spas, whose soothing climate and exclusive society perhaps reminded them of time they had spent in such […]
Victorian Bournemouth (144) explores the demographics and mindsets of British people, native to India, found in Bournemouth during 1881. It begins a series articles concerning such people registered as present by the census.
Victorian Bournemouth (143) surveys articles published in the third quarter, covering a range of subjects.
Victorian Bournemouth (142) investigates the report of a criminal long-firm operating in the resort during the 1870s.