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Re: Regency Reference Materials

December 01, 2017 09:34PM
Thank you so much for sharing your references, if you just do a search on amazon for Jane Austen/Regency era stuff you get a lot of poorly researched coffee table books mixed in with any actually substantive sources, so I appreciate recommendations vetted by other writers.

So many primary sources! And so many are available online! Earlier this week for work I actually just skimmed through a copy of Felton's Treatise on Carriages from Haithi trust that intentionally obscured the images when it was scanned. It actually took them more effort to scan it that way than it would to do a straight scan. Libraries & museums hoarding public domain materials just to be the gatekeepers of culture frustrate me to no end.
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MorganANovember 20, 2017 05:35PM

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