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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee: Program (1897) | by Toronto Public Library Special Collections                                                                                                                                                      More Queen, London, Canada, England, Queen Victoria, Victoria, Royal Family, Queens, Monarchy

Program for a musical event held at Exhibition Park on June 22, 1897, featuring the Festival Chorus of the Toronto School Children. Title: God Save the Queen. / 1837 Diamond Jubilee. 1897 Creator: Unknown Date: 1897 Published: Toronto, Canada: 1897. Identifier: 1897. Diamond; i19_God Save the Queen 1897 Diamond Jubilee front Format: Ephemera Rights: Public domain More information: This image was published in connection with "Royal Fanfare", a TD Gallery exhibit running from September 22 to…

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Adrian Perkinson
Queen Elizabeth I: The Virgin Queen Mary Queen Of Scots, Tudor History, British History, Women In History, History Medieval, History Of England, History Queen, Dinastia Tudor, Tudor Court

With her huge, dramatic collars, ghostly pallor and flaming curls of red hair, Queen Elizabeth I’s image is etched in royal history. Trained from a young age to see power and strength in public image, she cultivated a persona that was both pure and powerful. Unwed and without children, she portrayed herself as the chase,...

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Lindajane Keefer
1. Queen Elizabeth I granted English theater companies the right to forcibly recruit children to be performers. Shakespeare was disapproved of this practice and refused to use abducted children in his plays. 2. Jadwiga of Poland (died. 1399) was a female king. Polish law had no provision for a female ruler (queen regnant) but did not specify that kings had to be male. Weird Facts, Fun Facts, Random Facts, Epic Facts, Unique Facts, Crazy Facts, Queens Facts, Disney Eye Makeup, Home Alone Movie

1. Queen Elizabeth I granted English theater companies the right to forcibly recruit children to be performers. Shakespeare was disapproved of this practice and refused to use abducted children in his plays. 2. Jadwiga of Poland (died. 1399) was a female king. Polish law had no provision for a female ruler (queen regnant) but did not specify that kings had to be male.

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Ambreea Schwartzlow