What was the Victorian era called in America?
Subsequently, one may also ask, was there a Victorian era in America?
The Victorian America refers to the influence of Victorian period on the lifestyle, culture, religion and other aspects of America. The Civil War in America was responsible for bringing about a change in the American culture. The impact of the Victorian culture was evident after the Civil War.
Similarly, why is the Victorian era so famous? The Victorian period was a time of tremendous change in the lives of British people. During Queen Victoria's reign: The number of people living in Britain more than doubled, causing a huge demand for food, clothes and housing.
Thereof, was the Victorian era only in England?
The Victorian Era is specially the time period ranging from June 1837 to January 22, 1901 which is the time frame that Queen Victoria ruled over Britain. These things are considered Victorian because they originated in England during the Victorian period.
What was Victorian society like?
The Victorian society was divided into nobility Upper Class, Middle Class, and the Working Class. The Victorian Upper Class consisted of the Aristocrats, Nobles, Dukes, other wealthy families working in the Victorian courts.