Edwardian Farm

Edwardian Farm

DVD - 2010
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In this twelve-part documentary series of Edwardian Farm, archaeologists and historians go back in time to the early 1900's to live the lives of Edwardian farmers for a full calendar year.
Published: Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada : BFS Entertainment & Multimedia Limited, [2010].
Branch Call Number: DVD 630.9426 EDW
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (ca. 720 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in.

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naomijx
Jan 02, 2015

We thoroughly enjoyed this historical re-enactment of a year on an Edwardian-era farm. Unlike some historical/reality shows, there was no whining to a video camera in a closet. The "farmers" were thoroughly enjoying all the new tasks they were learning. The videos were informative and entertaining, and we found out that Morwellham Quay is an actual historic village that you can visit.

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TrinityHomeschool
Dec 30, 2014

We are a local homeschooling family and this series at the McGill branch has been such a valuable resource. We have had so much fun learning about life in the early 20th century and the Industrial Revolution. The experts in this series also bring in other experts on period technology, fashion, school, etiquette, farming and even about entertainment. This is not your typical series! The two archaeologists and one historian are hard working and very committed to recreate the farming lifestyle and endure whatever it takes to keep it running. The farm is actually a fully functioning tourist attraction. This is like Downtown Abbey but without the glam because they really show you what life was back in the day. Two thumbs up!! Highly recommend this series!! A pleasure for the whole family.

sjmitra Aug 18, 2014

I would love to see more programs like this. Very informative and entertaining.

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DonnaNoble
Jul 16, 2014

Such an interesting series! A presentation of daily life on the farm in Edwardian times from three intriguing and entertaining experts who live on the farm for a full year.
Every episode has new reenactments and insights into daily rural life in the Edwardian period. Always something new and interesting and informative. From making devonshire cream to training wild ponies to using the latest technology to plow the fields to fishing to birthing lambs. And such beautiful scenery, exceptionally captured by the cinematographers.

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Fionaenzo
Mar 08, 2014

Fascinating! People were fully engaged in life for survival -- so resourceful, creative, multi-talented people (work the land, mines, sea, animals, storing food, making quicklime and not getting blown up!). Wish they had a season 2. The noise of the new industrial revolution was depressing (looms, tractors, mining, etc.).
Their enthusiasm is contagious despite the hard hard work.

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Tannisz
Feb 28, 2014

This series is wonderful! Every single episode-- 12 in all, one for each month of the year-- is both engaging and full of fascinating detail. I couldn't be more impressed and happy; I only wish the previous series this one followed were also available.

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