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Links: General Victoriana

This section lists sites covering general "Victoriana" and history, including "everything Victorian" sites that offer articles, tips on etiquette, recipes, and basic information on how life was lived in the Victorian period primarily by the privileged classes. See also Social Issues (for a look at how life was lived by the not-so-privileged classes) and Victorian London.

The Top Research Sites

The Victorian Literary Studies Archive
http://lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp/~matsuoka/
One of the largest collections of Victorian information and links on the web.

Victoria Research Web
http://victorianresearch.org

Victorian Web
http://www.victorianweb.org
Although the Victorian Web concentrates on British literature, history, and culture during the age of Victoria, it includes relevant material related to both earlier and later periods. Similarly, it includes comparative materials from countries outside the United Kingdom.

Other Great Sites...

1876 Victorian England
http://logicmgmt.com/1876/intro.htm
We will show you how a middle-class Victorian family lives; how we decorate our homes, entertain, and play. You will have a chance to go shopping and learn about the "proper Victorian way". And, as a special treat, you'll have the opportunity to spend a traditional Victorian Christmas with us.

Averyl's Attic
http://averyl.com/attic/recipes.htm
Etiquette, recipes, Victorian living, clip art.

The British Empire
http://www.britishempire.co.uk/
This site tries to bring to life the peoples, cultures, adventures and domination that made the Empire such a powerful institution. It is neither an apology for, nor a nostalgic reminiscince of the institution that so dominated the world for over two centuries. Rather, it analyses and describes the vast institution that so influenced the shape of the world that we see today.

Children in Victorian Britain
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/victorian_britain/

The Complete Victorian
http://thecompletevictorian.homestead.com/Links.html

Edwardian Promenade
http://edwardianpromenade.com
A blog covering the period from about 1880-1914, featuring articles on society, politics, technology, etc.

History Trails: Victorian Britain
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/trail/victorian_britain/

Miss Charlotte's Parlour
http://www.stormpages.com/myparlour/home.htm
Sections on etiquette, Sherlock Holmes, costumes, calling cards, recipes and more.

The Victorian Era
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victorian_era

The Victorian Era (blog)
http://19thcentury.wordpress.com/
Follow the various keywords on this blog site to find all sorts of articles on the Victorian period.

Victorian Era Lovers
http://www.victorianeralovers.com/webrings.php

Victorian History blog
http://vichist.blogspot.com/

The Victorian Peeper
http://www.victorianpeeper.blogspot.com/
Nineteenth-century Britain through the looking glass: A great blog that provides links to "what's new" in the Victorian world -- news, new websites, interviews, and more.

A Victorian Passage
http://www.victorianpassage.com/
Over 148 articles on a diverse range of subjects. Most of our growing archive of Victorian Era subjects are taken directly from 19th century sources to achieve a closer look into how our ancestors really lived. We have also been expanding our historical eras to include Early American from 1790-1839 and the Edwardian period of the early 20th century.

Victoria's Past
http://www.victoriaspast.com/
Lots of good articles about Victorian life, divided into "rooms."

A Victorian Whisper
http://www.webspawner.com/users/avictorianwhisper/index.html
A number of interesting articles on Victoriana, including a great section on Victorian paper crafts.

A Visitor's Guide to Jane Austen's England
http://visitjaneaustensengland.blogspot.co.uk/

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