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by Elizabeth Newbery.
by Elizabeth Newbery. This is one of a series of books in which children visit locations, in this case a reconstructed Tudor farmhouse, and, using evidence they find, recreate the everyday life of the people who lived in these places during their heyday. The books include a time-line describing the important events of the period and showing how the location itself changed over time to the present day.
Tudor Farmhouse book. Tudor Farmhouse (What Happened Here). 071363815X (ISBN13: 9780713638158).
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Tudor Farmhouse Paperback, softback. by Elizabeth Newbury. Part of the What Happened Here series
Tudor Farmhouse Paperback, softback. Part of the What Happened Here series. Out of stock - More expected soon. A study of a Tudor farmhouse. There are photographs showing children exploring a genuine Tudor farmhouse, where they handle artefacts and reproductions of historical objects such as clothing and cooking utensils. The text should be suitable for National Curriculum History at Key Stage 2.
Elizabeth I was a Protestant the same as her brother and parents, Because at that time the churches were all Catholic . When Mary I died after a small reign as Queen, to fill her place was her other sister Elizabeth I (MOTHER- ANNE BOLEYN).
Elizabeth I was a Protestant the same as her brother and parents, Because at that time the churches were all Catholic and she was Protestant she didn't think that it would be fair to take the Catholic religion away form the people and turn it back into Protestant practices, so she then at the decision to make to turn the practices back into Protestant or to leave them as Catholic. She then decided to split them so the people, of the different religions could choose to become Protestant or Catholic.
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What were the White House Farm murders? The White House Farm murders happened on the night of 6-7 August 1985. The bodies of Nevill and June Bamber along with their adopted daughter Sheila Caffell and her six-year-old twins, Daniel and Nicholas, were all found by police at the farm. All five of the family members had been fatally shot.
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House of Tudor, an English royal dynasty of Welsh origin, which .
House of Tudor, an English royal dynasty of Welsh origin, which gave five sovereigns to England: Henry VII (reigned 1485–1509); his son, Henry VIII (1509–47); followed by Henry VIII’s three children, Edward VI (1547–53), Mary I (1553–58), and Elizabeth I (1558–1603). The Tudor rose symbolized the union by representing the red rose of the Lancastrians superimposed upon the white rose of the Yorkists. During Elizabeth’s reign, too, through a generation of wars, Spain and the Irish rebels were beaten, the independence of France and of the Dutch was secure, and the unity of England was assured.
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