This category lists historical sites devoted to the nineteenth century time period.
Features biographies and entries on reformers, supporters, laborers, working conditions, and other things related to child labor in Britain.
A mid-1800s crossroads community in the upstate New York village of Ontario with tours and activities.
List of large slaveholders and surname matches with an alphabetical index of holders of 10% of all slaves in the U.S.
A digital library of primary sources in 19th-century American social history from the antebellum period through Reconstruction.
A journal by Michele Fuschino, a stone worker of Vinchiaturo in the Province of Molise during the years 1881-1883.
Magazines and books read by 19th-century American children, especially works published before 1870, includes timeline, books and authors, papers and analyses, and images.
Essay by William Radcliffe.
Transcript of the 1830 convention of the populist protest party, from an anti-Mason site.
Web documentary on John Horse and the Black Seminoles, maroon allies of Seminole Indians who led the largest slave rebellion in U.S. history.
Portal to everyday life in Victorian Britain, including such items as recipes, articles about social customs, facts about clothing and decorating, and a timeline of Victorian events.
A sermon, preached on Sunday, October 20, 1850, includes image files of original 24 page booklet.
A practical guide to attire, etiquette, and other social topics for the 19th Century American man.
To enrich the reader's knowledge of the period and to aid authors who are setting books within that time frame in their quest for historical accuracy.
As transcribed by Tom Blake.
A feature which portrays life in America in the mid-nineteenth century.
Short extracts about New Zealand history from the early missionary era.
The archives tell the story of major national political events that occurred between 1859 and April 1870.
Extensive collection of essays about life and culture.
a collection of the original writings of 49 voyagers on the Mormon, California, Oregon, and Montana trails.
Sources for home and furniture restoration or decorating, including historical articles and pictures for accuracy.
Their origin, development, and gradual decline.
Life and times illustrated by original documents and photos, extracts from ships' and medical logs, maps, period documents, and background historical material.
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