This Week in History – July 18th to 24th

The Pandora Society Bureau of Time Travel has collected a handful of historical events from each day of this week in the hopes of inspiring some writer to pen the next great Steampunk novel. July 18th 1862 – First ascent of Dent Blanche, one of the highest summits in the Alps. 1863 – American Civil War: […]

Jane Austen’s Dream Home is Yours to Rent

If you’ve ever dreamed of lodging in a twelve-bedroom, 18th Century mansion that inspired one of English literature’s greatest novels, you should consider renting Goodnestone.

This Week in History – July 11th to 17th

This week the Pandora Society Bureau of Time Travel has collected a handful of historical events from each day of this week in the hopes of inspiring some writer to pen the next great Steampunk novel. July 11th 1893 – The first cultured pearl is obtained by Kokichi Mikimoto. 1895 – Brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière demonstrate […]

This Week in Steampunk History – July 4th to 10th

This week the Pandora Society Bureau of Time Travel has collected a handful of historical events from each day of this week in the hopes of inspiring some writer to pen the next great Steampunk novel.

This Week in History – June 20th to 26th

This week the “Time Traveling Adventures of the Pandora Society” witnesses the beginning of the Victorian Era, the hanging of an Irish gang, the birth of the US Department of Justice, the invention of the typewriter, the origin of the Canadian national anthem, the Battle of the Little Bighorn, and more political unrest in Paris. On June 20th, 1837, […]

This Week in History – June 13th to 19th

This week the “Time Traveling Adventures of the Pandora Society” escapes a destructive fire in Vancouver, celebrates the “invention” of the Victorian computer that gave birth to Steampunk, makes rubber stronger, hears a great speech by Abraham Lincoln, witnesses the arrival of the Statue of Liberty in New York, applauds Susan B. Anthony standing up to the Man, and purchases […]

This Week in History – June 6th to June 12th

This week the “Time Traveling Adventures of the Pandora Society” explores the stomachs of Canadians in 1822, challenges racist railroad policies of New Orleans in 1892, compiles information on the hottest computer of 1887, laughs at Donald Duck in 1934, investigates a mass murder in 1912, gets rowdy with Boston riots in 1837, and fights for revolution in […]

This Week in History – May 30th to June 5th

This week the Time Traveling Adventures of the Pandora Society takes us mostly to France, but first we witness Andrew Jackson kill a man in a duel, and P.T. Barnum takes his circus to the road. In France civil death is banned, some poems are banned, a woman flies in a balloon, and there is rebellion on the streets of Paris. Meanwhile across the English […]

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