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Regency Resources: Online Resources

In support of Pride and Prejudice / Mr. Green and Mrs. Abrams English 10.

Regency Researcher

Nancy Mayer is a well-respected Jane Austen researcher and author. This site provides a hodge-podge of information on daily life in the time of Jane Austen: food and fashion, servants and royalty, pass-times and peerage.

Jane Austen Today

A blog with lots of links to further information. This site is dedicated to the modern interpretation of Jane Austen, including books, movies, modern societies, and so much more. This site is fun to browse, with little snippets of videos (dancing), fashion, drawings, and even instructions for making a Regency fan!

Regency Dances

A funny little page with dance instruction in the Regency tradition.

Jane Austen Society of the United Kingdom

Webpage of the Official Jane Austen Society. Find here a page of links to further research, information on Jane Austen's home, and photographs of artifacts belonging to the author.

Fencing

From the University of Michigan Literature Department!

Jane Austen's World

Fashion, dancing, music, a beautiful wedding costume, original sources, histories, and links to further research

Jane Austen Organization

From Bath, England, comes this site filled with history, biographies, side-bar information, recipes, and more!

Rembroke Royal Docks

The History of Pembroke Dock which date to the Norman invasion of 1093. Pay attention to the dates, though.

Gardens / Capability Brown

The Capability Brown website, celebrating the life and work of Lancelot Capability Brown, landscape architect. 

The British Parks & Gardens website has many links to famous homes and their magnificent grounds.