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The Victorian Times Collection - Vol. II
Every month, Victorian Times is your ticket to travel back in time and explore life in the Victorian era. Victorian Times is composed entirely of articles from actual Victorian periodicals: genuine Victorian recipes, craft projects, fashion tips, articles on etiquette, historical features, holiday customs, and so much more. Get the inside scoop on the royal family, meet the royal pets, go upstairs in the Victorian home to discover what life was like for the lady of the house, and downstairs to explore life as a servant. Each issue brings together a fascinating selection of features, fiction, poetry, and gorgeous Victorian artwork. There is no other publication like it, online or off!
Beginning in September 2015, Victorian Times will be available in a quarterly print edition, aptly titled Victorian Times Quarterly. The first twelve issues of Victorian Times (July 2014-June 2015) are available in print in two six-month collections. Here's what you'll find in Volume II (January-June 2015):
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- Afternoon Tea Cakes
- American Cookery
- A Book-Emblem Supper
- Brother Jonathan's Womankind - A comparison of an American "country mouse" and "city mouse."
- Cakes of Other Climes
- Cases of Mistaken Identity
- Chronicles of an Anglo-Californian Ranch - a 12-part serial following the adventures of a British family struggling to establish a ranch in Southern California
- Country Customs - a monthly look at seasonal folklore and customs in the British countryside
- Court Cookery - Favorite court dishes of the past, including antelope and swans...
- Crewel Embroidery
- Diary of an 18th-century Boston Schoolgirl
- E. Nesbit's School Days - A 12-part serial by one of the most beloved of Victorian children's authors.
- A Dog Orchestra
- An Educated Orangutan
- An Englishman on Americanisms
- The Etiquette of Card-Leaving
- The Fancy Dress Ball
- Fashionable hats, bonnets, caps, muffs and more
- "Flatting" in America
- French Pastry and Cakes
- Girls as Visitors
- Girls Who Work With Their Hands - First-person accounts of the lives of Victorian working women.
- House Mottoes - curious inscriptions on ancient homes and castles
- How I Got My Telephone for Nothing
- How to Be a "Swell"
- How to Make Conversation
- An Inexpensive Trousseau
- Learning to Bicycle
- May Queens
- The Postmen of the World
- Professional Women -- Professional women describe their lives and work.
- The Queen's Tobacco-Pipe - the customs furnace
- Queen Victoria's Pet Dogs
- Railway Travel in Comfort and Safety
- Recipes for the Month - a monthly guide to what's in season
- The Rules of Society
- A Soirée Musicale
- Summer Beverages
- Strange Devices - a follow-on to "Eccentric Ideas" in the previous volume
- Valentine's Day
- Victorian Easter Eggs
- Victorian Pets: Timma the cat, Douglas the turtle, Jack the fox terrier; another Jack the fox terrier; and many others!
- Wages of Domestic Servants
- The Woman of the Nineteenth Century
To find out more about any of these articles, click any of the covers to the right to access that issue electronically absolutely free - or visit our Victorian Times home page to find out what's coming up in future issues.