KS3 > Political Reform > For Reference
On this page you will find information to help you work through our materials, and some links to other websites for more on the Political Reform in the nineteenth century.
The following pages are all to help you use the materials in the other sections of the website, understand the terms used, and put events into context:
Sources and further information
We've also grouped together some extra resources for you. Some are from other parts of this website (although remember that some of this material will be much more detailed) and some from other websites. There are also some primary source materials - materials from the time.
We've grouped them in to different topics for you:
- History of Parliament 'Explore' article: Peterloo and the Six Acts
- British Library: Thomas Paine’s 'Rights of Man'
- British Library: Official report into Peterloo massacre
- People’s History Museum: Peterloo print
- History of Parliament 'Explore' article: Earl Grey's government
- British Library: The 1832 Reform Act (primary source)
- UK Parliament: The 1832 Reform Act
- Spectator Archive: Report on the Bristol riots (primary source)
- BBC Website: Bristol Riots
- Guardian Article (Dr Tristram Hunt): Bristol Riots
- British Library: Chartism schools materials
- British Library: Chartism primary sources (including the People's Charter)
- National Archives: Chartism schools materials
- People's History Museum: Feargus O'Connor medal (primary source)
- People's History Museum: The People's Charter (primary source)
- UK Parliament: Chartism
- 'Victorian Commons' blog: elections before the secret ballot
- 'History of Parliament' blog: the first secret ballot
- Guardian Archive: Report on Hyde Park riots (primary source)
- National Archives: Reform League poster (primary source)
- Pontefract museum: Pontefract ballot box (primary source)
- UK Parliament: Second Reform Act
- UK Parliament: Third Reform Act
- Gov.uk Past Prime Ministers: William Gladstone
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