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Strict Victorian Governess?

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A strict Victorian governess would often be hired in Victorian England in order to take care of the children in a household. The governess would be responsible for all of the education of the children as well as teaching them to become bright and well-mannered human beings. A strict Victorian governess would often dress in a specific manner that would create a presence in the home that was serious and imposing. This included the use of high laced boots and laced corsets.
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