19th Century History

All the Year Round

Journal from the 19th century published monthly by Charles Dickens.

The Avalon Project at Yale Law School

Presents collection of documents on 19th Century.

Black Confederates

Documentation about the Black Confederates, with book details, authors information, news, links, and contact particulars.

Chautauqua Institution

Information about the institution, resources, and related link pages.

Child Labour

Link page about child labor, this includes facts about the life in a factory, factory reformers, supporters of child labor, workers, acts and other related listings.

The Complete Victorian

Guide to the everyday life in the Victorian Era, including music, wardrobe, social order, etiquette, food and other featured link pages.

The Diary of Jared Nash

Ridgefield, Connecticut farmer who kept a detailed diary about his family's agricultural and social activities.

The Gentleman's Page

A practical guide for the 19th century man.

Ghost Amendment - The Thirteenth Amendment that Never Was

Publishes article about pro-slavery constitutional amendment written by the congress in 1861.

Heritage Square

Contains historic crossroads community of the mid 1800’s experience where families in the past lived over a hundred years ago. Caters group tours as well as by appointments.

History - 1800's

Online guide to all possible links and topics in relation to the history behind the year 1800.

Large Slaveholders of 1860 and African American Surname Matches from 1870

Presents information and alphabetical listings of large slaveholder surnames with County and State.

Making of America

A digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction.

Memoir of What I Endured During 32 Months of National Service in the Italian Army

Brief summary of the journal written by Michele Fuschino.

NINES

Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship. Presents digital research resources related to 19th Century Britain and America.

Nineteenth-Century American Children and What They Read

Collection of studies, time line, children facts, magazines, paper analysis, about the way American children used to read.

Nineteenth-century American Children and What They Read

Features an anthology of works for children as well as the eccentric collection of works for adults both books published from 1088 to 1872.

Proceedings of the United States Anti-Masonic Convention

Features the transcript of the 830 convention of the populist protest party, from an anti-Mason site.

Rebellion: John Horse and the Black Seminoles, First Black Rebels to Beat American Slavery

Documents the largest slave rebellion of the Black Seminoles.

The Regency Plume Newsletter

Link to learning more about England's delightful Regency period, from ladies to gentlemen, romance, and more.

Religion in Nineteenth Century America

Book review about Grant Wacker's book "Religion in Nineteenth Century America".

The Sixteen Largest American Slaveholders from the1860 Slave Census Schedules

Transcription of information by Tom Blake about the sixteenth largest American slaveholders.

Slave Ship Trouvadore

Overview about the Slave Ship Trouvadore, together with video, expedition diary, stories, news, photo gallery, and more.

Time of the Lincolns

PBS documentary covers partisan politics, slavery, Civil War synopsis, and the role of women in 19th century America.

The Trail of Waitangi

Chronological order of information about New Zealand's history.

Trails of Hope: Overland Diaries and Letters, 1846-1869

Original writings of 49 Mormon voyagers on the trails to a new life.

The Valley of the Shadow - Two Communities in the American Civil War

Graph like detail about the life of two American communities, one Northern and one Southern, from the time of John Brown's Raid through the era of reconstruction.

Victorian Military Society

International society who studies the military aspects of the Victorian era.

Victorian Source for Victorian Restoration and Decorating

Contains the best sources for home and furniture restoration or decorating in the Victorian style, with historical articles and pictures.

Victorian Turkish Baths

The origin, development and decline of this Victorian Turkish bath tradition, with photos, and other related information.

Victorian Web

Includes information on political history, philosophy, religion, science, arts, and links to related sites.

Waterford's Wars

Online pages for war films, books, articles, plays, history articles and resources, videos, biography, contact facts and other links.

William Loney RN - Victorian Naval Surgeon

Biography information about William Loney, with facts on careers, documents, albums, ships, and uniform backgrounds.

William Radcliffe: On Power Looms, 1828

Essay about William Radcliffe, his power and life.

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