19th/C dh sites you use often...

I thought maybe we could start off our group discussion by compiling a list of links to 19th/C dh sites we frequently use. There are a lot of wonderful resources on the web for those of us working on the 19th century (including the peer-reviewed Nines ). What are some of your favorites?

 

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I doubt any of these will take anyone by surprise, but I'll throw these in the ring:

Dictionary of Victorian London: http://www.victorianlondon.org/

Victorian Web: http://www.victorianweb.org/

The Digital Victorianist: http://www.digitalvictorianist.com/

The Stone and the Shell (Ted Underwood's blog): http://tedunderwood.com/

 

Happy to annotate as needed!

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Haven't actually used this but been meaning to check it out:

At the Circulating Library Database of Victorian Fiction: http://www.victorianresearch.org/atcl/index.php

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Thank you for getting us started Beth! As an Americanist, I was not that familiar with the Dictionary of Victorian London, so it was really nice to take a tour of that site.

Here are some of my favorite author-based sites...

Emily Dickinson
http://rotunda.upress.virginia.edu/edc/

Mark Twain Project
marktwainproject.org

Walt Whitman
waltwhitmanarchive.org

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Hey All, 

 

These are great. Here are some resources I have used: Cornell Making of America  http://ebooks.library.cornell.edu/m/moa/

The Henry James' letters Calendar at Nebraska: http://jamescalendar.unl.edu/

The Our Americas Archive Partnership at Rice: http://oaap.rice.edu/

 

More to follow soon!

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