- The 1901 census for England and Wales
- The Disraeli Project (Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada)
- Thomas E. Hart's materials on George Bernard Shaw and philosophical opposition to Darwinism.
- Quintin Bradley's Labour History Research "for researchers into British labour history and early socialist movements."
- Victorian and Edwardian Maps and Guide Books
- Faversham, Kent, Market Town of Kings
- The Prince Albert Society
- Patrick Leary's Victoria Research Web (Indiana University)
- The Victorian Society in America
- Victorian Studies, the leading interdisciplinary scholarly journal in the field (Indiana University)
- Archives of the Victoria discussion list , which can be searched and browsed (Indiana University)
The site is used by genealogists and indeed anyone who wants to research ancestors or find out who lived at a particular address - individual or famous. It also includes details of those aboard vessels or in institutions at the time of the census. The site is ideal for researching your family tree or house history and for gaining an insight into life a century ago — work life, social status, occupations etc. Plenty of famous individuals featured — from Charlie Chaplin to The Queen Mother to Claude Monet and Dr Crippen!
Last modified 19 November 2003