The Victorian Period: Population Explosion in London, England, Life Expectancy, Colored Wallpaper Acting as a Status Symbol, Scheele’s Green Being the Most Popular Wallpaper Color, the Toxicity of Scheele’s Green and Other Victorian Wallpapers, the Problem of Fungal Growth Within Victorian Homes, Corset Usage Causing a Person to Become More Vulnerable to Deformation and Disease Illness, the Women’s Suffrage Movement of the Late 19the Century, Oscar Wilde’s Wife Constance Wilde’s Rational Dress Society and the Impact it Had Upon Womens Freedom of Choice, the Victorian Public Obsession With Bottle Feeding Babies Due to Influential British Journalist Isabella Beeton, the Problem of Bacteria Within Bottles, Liquified Baking Flour Used as Formula Causing Infants to Thrive, and the Purpose of Shake Tables

During the 2nd half of the 19th century, Victorian London, England exploded in size, going from 2,000,000 (2 million) middle class citizens to a staggering 9,000,000 (9 million) middle class residents within just 50 years. Life expectancy for a person in the country side was 40 - 50, whilst this number was cut in half if the person in question lived in the heart of London performing jobs of servitude or within the trades, with the average lifespan being 25 - 30 years. Wallpaper in a home was an ...

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