England and Wales: Lives of Victorian Poor Go Online At National Archives
The National Archives project involves letters and reports passed between poor law authorities in England and Wales.
Project director Dr Paul Carter said the records were "unrivalled" as an important source for examining the lives of the Victorian poor.
Access to the records is free to the public, who can search for them on the National Archives website.
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