Tag: Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Animal Welfare in the 19th Century: An Earth Day Overview

Una and the Lion by Briton Rivière, 1880.

There was no official Earth Day in the 19th century, but scholars, essayists, and theologians often pondered the solemn duty that man owed to the natural world.  Admittedly, these ponderings were not generally focused on environmental issues such as the effects of greenhouse gases.  Instead, those in the 19th century—and Victorians especially—focused on conservation and man’s treatment of animals.[…]Continue Reading


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