Sophia Todd - turned to 'baby farming
' to make money
'The whole idea of baby farming
is very interesting,' said Mr Toms, who spent 30 years with South Wales Police.
Herman, an associate professor of history at the University of Oregon, offers an extensive timeline, as well as brief essays--with images, primary document excerpts, and suggestions for further reading--on a long list of topics that includes baby farming
, eugenics, infertility, and transracial adoptions.
The detour to the topics of infanticide and abandonment in the chapter on baby farming
does not seem to serve a purpose, for example, other than the chance to share more material from the records.
in Late-Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia," Gender & Society, 2(2) 128-148.) The initial idea for the Boutique Children's Hotel was a variation on the baby farm as a form of mutual aid while the proposal submitted on 17 August 1971 exactly fits the definition of a 19th century baby farm.
on the Internet should be made illegal.
Gerry unearthed an intriguing tale of baby farming
and desperation and believes James would never have met that fate under current laws.
James, who had a drink problem, was involved in the murky 'baby farming
A band of four travelling thespians including Alison Fitzjohn from Penarth - who plays Dross - bring The Terrible Tudors and The Vile Victorians to life with tales of baby farming
, slums, sewers, graveyards and ghosts.
(69.) Doctors and midwives figured as prominent collaborators in baby farming
"There would be a risk of baby farming
, genetic engineering and the creation of a master race," he said.
'The baby farming
case has comparisons with human trafficking but also reveals quite a bit about the hardships faced by people like Leslie James in the early 20th century.'