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  1. Coordinates: 54.1841°N 2.5621°W The building of the former school. Cowan Bridge School refers to the Clergy Daughters' School, a school mainly for the daughters of middle class clergy founded in the 1820s. It was first located in the village of Cowan Bridge in the English county of Lancashire, where it was attended by the Brontë sisters. [1]

  2. Cowan Bridge School se refiere a la Escuela de Hijas del Clero, una escuela principalmente para las hijas del clero de clase media fundada en la década de 1820. Primero se ubicó en el pueblo de Cowan Bridge en el condado inglés de Lancashire , donde asistieron las hermanas Brontë .

  3. Cowan Bridge School, a British boarding school for girls, the daughters of Rev. recorded mainly families there and let them training angediehen that they should empower, where appropriate, to take up the profession of governess. The school was founded in the 1820s.

  4. The Bronte sisters and Cowan Bridge School The Bronte sisters and Cowan Bridge School "Cowan Bridge is a cluster of some six or seven cottages, gathered together at both ends of a bridge, over which the high road from Leeds to Kendal crosses a little stream, called the Leck.

  5. › cowan-bridge-schoolCowan Bridge School | COVE

    This is where Charlotte Bronte went to school. Cowan Bridge inspired her vision of Lowood school. My guess is that Bronte wore something very similar to what Jane Eyre had to.

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