- The Dictionary of Victorian London by Lee Jackson
Read primary sources from Victorian London, revealing the social history of the nineteenth century, and more about the author Lee Jackson
- Lee Jacksons website - Dictionary of Victorian London
The Dictionary of Victorian London is a vast website - it would run to thousands of pages in print - containing primary sources covering the social history of
- Victorian Drinking Words | The Dictionary of Victorian . . .
Because of the teatotallers, many people see the Victorian Era as a time of widespread abstinence, but this was most certainly not the case Drinking was
- Enon Chapel – Dancing on the dead in Victorian London . . .
Enon Chapel: Slums, sewers, corpses, a corrupt clergyman, a pyramid of bones, and dancing on the dead Sometimes the Victorian’s failed, quite
- Victorian Jokes: The best in 19th-century humour | History . . .
If you're an aficionado of all things Victorian and you don't know about Lee Jackson's website, you'd best get yourself acquainted Lee runs The Dictionary of
- VICTORIAN PERIODICALS
MODERN TECHNOLOGY The current and definitive commentary on technology as applied to Victorian periodicals is that of Patrick Leary, webmaster of the Victoria
- David Perdues Charles Dickens Page - Dickens London
This ability to immerse the reader into time and place sets the perfect stage for Dickens to weave his fiction Victorian London was the largest
- David Perdues Charles Dickens Page - Dickens London Map
Download a high resolution version of the Dickens' London Map Only $10 00 with secure payment through Amazon com! Redrawn and updated for 2014 with 1862 London map