Beverly Workhouse, 1804
1. Upon admission to the Workhouse, people were examined for what two medical conditions:
2. What was Beverly’s policies concerning the care and education of children living in the Workhouse?
3. What were the rules concerning smoking tobacco in the Workhouse?
4. What percentage of the profits from their work could the residents keep?
5. What was the policy of the House concerning residents who wanted to temporarily go out?
6. When was bedtime for residents in the:
7. In which trades were male residents encouraged to partake?
8. What about female residents?
9. At what time was the dining hour?
10. What were the dining regulations?
11. How was the Sabbath observed?
12. What were the rules which all residents must obey?
13. What were the punishments for breaking these rules?
14. In 1804, who did the Beverly Overseers of the Poor appoint as Master of the Workhouse?