Fascinating History

 

I am having a blast hanging out with my family way down in the Deep South of Mississippi, but did find some time to rifle through the latest posts on something historical. Here are a few links for your edification and entertainment. Enjoy! I’ll be back home next week and will share the highlights of my holiday.

Unofficial England – A very Public Convenience by Grace Elliot – learn about meaning of “sewer” and public toilets. Pretty cool!

 

Drinking Tobacco by Rebecca Swift – Just the title is intriguing!

 

Christ’s Hospital by Jessica Salter – History of the 16th century school for boys in Sussex

 

Superstitions and Bodily Health by Diane Scott Lewis – Naturally this one was super fascinating to me.

 

Mistress of the Manner: What did she do all day? by Maria Grace – Our newest Austen Author shares a terrific post on duties of the lady of the house.

 

The London Beer Flood of 1814 by Mike Peterson – You know you are curious!

 

Regency Era Personality: George IV by David Wilkin

 

Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire by Rachel Knowles

 

That should keep you busy for a while!     :Approve:

 

 

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