19th Century Christmas Card Publishers
Though the sending of greeting cards at Christmas began in Britain in the 1840s, it was not until 20 years later that the greeting card business was established.
Queen Victoria Revealed as Vivacious, Fond of Parties, and Prone to Flirting
For those fascinated with the Victorian era and Victorian costume with added special features including featurettes of Victoria’s wedding and coronation, plus a special look at the costumes and palace locations.
Victoria & Albert
A focus on Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s shared enthusiasm for art. Bringing together more than 400 items from the Royal Collection to celebrate the royal couple’s mutual delight in collecting and displaying works of art, from the time of their engagement in 1839 to the Prince’s untimely death in 1861.
Queen Victoria Facts
Explore this nineteenth century timeline of Queen Victoria's life ... short and personal.
19th Century French Posters
A 19th century article on antique and vintage French Posters by Arsene Alexandre illustrated by reproductions of posters by Steinlen, Bonnard, De Feure, Grasset, Forain, Willette and Chéret.
The Young Victoria
Pictures, bios, location information about the movie The Young Victoria.
Antique Furniture Glossary
A list and descriptions of furniture styles featuring 19th century antique furniture, Art Deco furniture, Art Nouveau furniture, and Arts and Crafts furniture.
Explore the royal castles and estates occupied by Queen Victoria.
Native Americans & the U.S. Government
The U.S. government’s 19th century policies towards Native Americans in the second half of the nineteenth century were influenced by the desire to expand westward into territories occupied by these Indian tribes.
Queen Victoria’s Dog
During her secluded and quiet childhood at Kensington Palace, Dash, a black-and-tan spaniel, was her constant companion.