- Oxford English Dictionary
- Pamphlet of #1 Royal Crescent Bath Museum
- What Matters in Jane Austen by John Mullan
- England’s Thousand Best Houses by Simon Jenkins
- Austen Country by Tom Howard
- The Touring Book of Britain
- A Frivolous Distinction by Penelope Byrde
- A Dance with Jane Austen by Susannah Fullerton
- All Things Austen Vol. 1 by Kirstin Olsen
- Jane Austen by Brian Wilks
- Jane Austen’s Town and Country Style by Susan Watkins
- Jane Austen’s Letters edited by Deirdre Le Faye
Here are the sources for the Bath presentation by Margaret Harshbarger for our January 10, 2016, reading group meeting and discussion:
Don't forget to register for the JASNA spring program on Saturday, April 18th! Come join us as we "Undress Mr. Darcy" and learn about Regency fashion. RSVP with our Regional Coordinator Kim Higgins, who is the registrar for this program; email her at the firstname.lastname@example.org email address.
More details can be found on our 2015 Events page. Carpooling info can be found on our Carpooling page.
We hope to see you there!
During last week's reading group discussion on "Travel in the Novels," there were several resources shown and referred to, including the following:
Thanks to Janet Rohrbaugh, our Regional Secretary, for forwarding on the news about a new online Regency magazine called The Belletrist. The following comes direct from the magazine's Editori-in-Chief, Sarah Bernsdorff:
The Regency Society of America, a non-profit group dedicated to all aspects of the Regency, has come together to create The Belletrist Magazine.
The Belletrist, volunteer made, will be available for free on Issuu.com, quarterly. Articles covering history, decorum, and fashion, as well as activities for kids, will be open to any who wish to view it.
Though The Belletrist has been put together by the Regency Society of America, we welcome readers and volunteers no matter their organization, and would like to give to you the opportunity to subscribe to the magazine before our maiden publication March 2nd.
There are two ways to subscribe:
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the magazine.
Welcome to the web site of the Oregon & SW Washington Region of the Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA). We are a friendly and active group dedicated to the appreciation of Jane Austen's life and works.