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01 In a very real sense, poverty was the reason for the Industrial schools. This article argues that a range of child welfare interventions that sought to relocate children away from their birth families home communities between the middle decades of the nineteenth twentieth centuries drew on a common moral frame.
Chapter 3 Society and the schools.
Alongside the contractual and financial arrangements, Thomas Barnardo appointed a doctor to visit foster homes at irregular intervals ( but at least every three months) to report on children’ s welfare and conditions in the homes. Training Ships ' Chichester' and ' Arethusa', Greenhithe / Upnor, Kent.
In 1866, Lord Shaftesbury, a philanthropist and campaigner for the rights of children, promoted the idea of a naval training ship for homeless boys in lvation Army Establishments [ Bibliography] In 1865, William Booth founded an Evangelical Christian movement in the East End of London. Originally known as the Christian Revival Association, it was renamed in 1870 to become the East London Christian Mission, subsequently shortened to.