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   1.  A Decade of Downton Abbey
   2.  Welcome to the Roaring Twenties (Redux?)
   3.  Dressing for an Edwardian Pandemic: The Spanish Flu of 1918
   4.  PERIOD DRAMA ALERT: Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C. J. Walker
   5.  It’s Here! Watch the trailer for Downton Abbey: The Movie
   6.  What Queen Alexandra Wore
   7.  PERIOD DRAMA ALERT: Escaping the Madhouse: The Nellie Bly Story
   8.  The teaser trailer for Downton Abbey: the Movie is here!
   9.  PREMIERING TONIGHT on Starz: Howards End, starring Hayley Atwell and Matthew Macfayden
   10.  Julian Fellowes’ The Gilded Age coming to NBC in 2019
   11.  The Party, The Pie, and the Girl Who Brought Down a Gilded Age Tycoon
   12.  PERIOD DRAMA ALERT: TNT’s The Alienist
   13.  Writing Della: A Peek inside Deaf Education in the Gilded Age
   14.  The Road to Baguio
   15.  Happy Birthday Delmonico’s!
   16.  Edwardian Promenade is 10!
   17.  These Summer Resorts Once Offered African Americans Sun, Jazz, Food, and Relaxation During the Jim Crow Era
   18.  The Silent March That Shook American Race Relations 100 Years Ago
   19.  Screw upon a Screw: Sex Education in the Gilded Age
   20.  The Edwardian Torture Memory Hole: The Water Cure
   21.  So You Think You Want to Be a Nobleman?
   22.  3 Games That Helped The Suffragettes Win the Vote
   23.  Relive Downton Abbey’s Most Memorable Weddings
   24.  Consuelo & Alva Vanderbilt: The Dollar Princess and Her Mother by Julie Ferry
   25.  PERIOD DRAMA ALERT: Howards End (2017)
   26.  Mogul and the Chinese Exclusion Act: An Interview with Joanna Shupe
   27.  The Gilded Age Craze for the Chafing Dish
   28.  Research Notes: Harper’s History of the War in the Philippines
   29.  America and the Great War
   30.  The Lessons of Balangiga Unlearned
   31.  Cover Reveal – Last Christmas in Paris: A Novel of World War I
   32.  How College Girls Lived During the Gilded Age
   33.  The Lady Journalist
   34.  American Colonial Missionaries in the Philippines
   35.  Raise the Red Flag: Cholera in Colonial Manila
   36.  War, Revolution…and Dances
   37.  WWI Wednesday: Wheatless Wednesdays, Meatless Mondays, or the American Home Front at War
   38.  New Year’s 1900: Y1.9K
   39.  Fascinating Women: Gibson Girls Gone Wild!
   40.  An Edwardian Christmas: Philippines Edition
   41.  Gilded Age Ganja
   42.  The Sugar Industry in the Dominican Republic
   43.  An Election, You Say? The Most Relevant Precedent May Be 120 Years Old
   44.  PERIOD DRAMA ALERT: The Adventures of Selika
   45.  The Lady Eve
   46.  Why a War You’ve Never Heard of Matters More Than Ever
   47.  U.S. Interventionism in Latin America and the Caribbean
   48.  What’s So “New” about Imperialism?
   49.  INTERVIEW: Apollonia Lord, author of Seduced by the Outlaw
   50.  Introducing Jennifer Hallock
   51.  Edwardian Women in STEM: The Harvard Computers
   52.  Happy 100th Birthday to the National Park Service!
   53.  The Years America Ran Red: A History of Lynching in the United States
   54.  Cantigny Day Giveaway: Fall of Poppies
   55.  Cantigny Day
   56.  WWI Wednesday: The Care of the Dead
   57.  Julian Fellowes’ Belgravia: Episode 2 – A Chance Encounter
   58.  Shuffle Along: Sissle & Blake’s Broadway Hit
   59.  RELEASE DAY for Fall of Poppies!
   60.  SPONSORED GIVEAWAY: Westminster Nightgown
   61.  REVIEW: The World of Mr. Selfridge by Alison Maloney
   62.  REVIEW: The Wit and Wisdom of Downton Abbey
   63.  GUEST POST: Edwardian Servants Speak Out! by Michelle Higgs
   64.  COVER REVEAL: Fall of Poppies: Stories of Love and the Great War
   65.  Fascinating Women: Bessie Smith and the Blues
   66.  Five Rules for the Wearing of Jewellery
   67.  The Ladies Paradise by Emile Zola Readalong: Chapter 1
   68.  The Ladies Paradise by Emile Zola Readalong!
   69.  Catching Up with Mr. Selfridge — Season Three Coming to PBS March 29 at 9PM!
   70.  The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated…
   71.  Fascinating Edwardian Women for Women’s History Month
   72.  REVIEW: Million Dollar American Princesses
   73.  Manners for Men: In Church
   74.  WWI Weekly: Real Life War Horse, Cornell University Goes to War, and Testament of Youth
   75.  WWI Wednesday: When Books Went to War
   76.  Welcome Back Mr. Selfridge! Everything About Series 3
   77.  Wintering Along the Riviera
   78.  WWI Weekly: War Horses, Doughboys, Fourteen Points, and Stravinsky
   79.  Happy New Year (and a little self promotion)!
   80.  Merry Christmas from Edwardian Promenade!
   81.  Keeping Warm in Edwardian England
   82.  Armistice Day, 1920: Homecoming of the Unknown Warrior
   83.  Guest Post: Downton Abbey Bingo
   84.  An Historical Halloween
   85.  Haunted Edwardian Manor Houses
   86.  An Edwardian Music Primer
   87.  REVIEW: The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport
   88.  Edwardian Hairstyling
   89.  Edwardian Fashion Week
   90.  Getting into Public School, or Scary Entrance Examinations from the 1880s!
   91.  Downton Abbey’s Water Bottle
   92.  A Round-up of Downton Abbey News!
   93.  August 4, 1914 – The lamps are going out all over Europe
   94.  Trailer for Testament of Youth (2015)
   95.  BBC Productions to Commemorate WWI shown in the US
   96.  Site Update
   97.  Society: June 1914
   98.  REVIEW: World War I: The Definitive Visual History by R.G. Grant
   99.  WWI Wednesday: Pipes, Cigarettes, & Cigars!
   100.  Interview with Myra MacPherson, author of The Scarlet Sisters: Sex, Suffrage and Scandal In the Gilded Age

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