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Preston bought them—three inscribed handkerchiefs and a little sewing trousseau. Her daughter, Miss Preston, an invalid who divided her time between Rome, London, and the Isle of Wight, donated them to the V&A in 1922. I cannot claim I really know a great deal more about the objects than what I knew coming into the museum, but there is something about actually seeing and touching them that changes my appreciation. And then, thoroughly frozen, I go off to the print and drawing study room to see if I can view a watercolor by Barbara Bodichon, A Landscape near Algiers.
As a result, Eugénie may not have taught in the latter months of her two pregnancies since both daughters were born in the fall. Years later, she told her British friends that her husband took all of her earnings from her teaching; legally, he had the right to do so, as married women did not acquire the right to control their own earnings until 1907. Given the sort of teacher and businesswoman Eugénie Allix became, it seems likely that she found married life in Bléré constraining and unfulfilling.
Given the sort of teacher and businesswoman Eugénie Allix became, it seems likely that she found married life in Bléré constraining and unfulfilling. Pregnancy and childbirth were dangerous and arduous experiences for early- nineteenth-century women because of poor hygienic conditions and the absence of anesthesia. Raising an infant while running a one-room school also would have posed quite a few problems. With no family members in the immediate environs, Eugénie would have had to rely on paid female help, an additional cost she may not have been able easily to afford.
A Frenchwoman's Imperial Story: Madame Luce in Nineteenth-Century Algeria by Rebecca Rogers