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Casey's Celtic Charm Silver Award 04/23/06 The Learning Fountain Award 4/29/06

"Our evaluators have now completed the review of your site submission. We are extremely proud to present your site with Casey's Celtic Charm Silver Award. Thank-you for giving us the opportunity to review your work, the visit was most inspiring. Your effort and dedication shine throughout your pages. You are truly deserving of our highest accolades, and for making the World Wide Web a much better and nicer place for us all to visit." Best regards, Casey's Celtic Charm

"Hi Betty, Congratulations! Your website is hereby designated a Learning Fountain. The Learning Fountain is more than an award to be placed on an award page. It represents a way of doing business that places the visitor first." Live your vision, Paul "the soaring" Siegel

Silver Award from Tim's Spider Awards 5/08/06 O.N.Z.C.D.A's Gold Award 6/10/06

"Dear Betty, After an extensive evaluation we would like to congratulate you with your high standards of web page design. Well designed and we will gladly visit your site again.  That's why we award your site with Tim's Silver Spider Award, and wish you continued success in all your endeavors!" Tim

"It is our pleasure to award 1876 Victorian England Revisited the O.N.Z.C.D.A Gold Award and congratulate you on your efforts. What an exciting adventure we had on this journey back in time to 1876. We were shown how a middle-class Victorian family lived; how they decorated their homes, entertained and played. We were invited to go shopping and to learn about the "proper Victorian way" and, as a special treat, we had the opportunity to spend a traditional Victorian Christmas with our Hosts. The Victorians took the rules of propriety very seriously - it was who they were; if one did not conform, one was considered an outcast in "proper" society. Many of the family traditions described, especially those over the Christmas period, exist today and it was a good feeling to know that although we have all advanced into an entirely new age, we carry with us some of the best family values of the past. A brilliant, invigorating historical educational resource web site composed in a style that is refreshing and easy to read, making for a site visit that one just should not miss." (Unlinked, site moved or no longer exists.)


Internet Beacon Silver Award 6/14/06
 

"Betty: Your web site, 1876 Victorian England Revisited, has qualified for the Internet Beacon Silver Award. It's nice to see that your site is still the pleasant, friendly site that I remember, easily presenting the information in the form of a family visit. Your site is a valuable resource for those interested in how things used to be. Congratulations once again on an outstanding web site." Vance Elderkin


 
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