[Episode 15 | 1868 : Minna]
Minna and her friend Adelaide steal Mr Wong's lantern from his house. They use the lantern to frighten the neighbourhood boys by projecting an image onto the tent the boys are spending the night in.
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Student Activity Sheet H15.5: The legend of Bloody Mary
In this clip, Minna plays with Adelaide and her brothers. Women and girls had different social expectations placed upon them in comparison to their male counterparts. Opportunities to access education and employment were very different between the sexes.
Student Activity Sheet H15.6: Different gender roles