As I’ve said before, I love Pinterest. I always find something new on it, something to delight. Yesterday I came across a pin of History Blogs. Of course I lost them and in a search to find them, I discovered many more.
I searched Pinterest on “History Blogs” and this is an example of what I found–
The History Files – an eclectic compilation of history topics, not Regency, but lots of interesting stuff.
Scandalous Women – by our Risky friend, Elizabeth Kerri Mahon
In theWords of Women – another “women in history” blog, but who can ever tire of that?
But I wanted to see if there was something more specific to the Regency, so I looked at another Pinterest entry, “Regency and History” blogs. Very cool! Look at this!
Regency History – the first entry I came across was one giving links to online copies of La Belle Assemble
Historical Trinkets – the entry there was about Caroline of Brunswick.
Food History Jottings – there’s a blog about a syllabub machine and one about Christmas pudding and more
Jane Austen’s World (one of my favorites)
The House Historian
I don’t really understand why I didn’t find Risky Regencies on one of the sites. Or Number One London. But, besides that, there’s a bunch of history treasure here!
What’s your favorite History blog?…besides Risky Regencies, that is!