English History is one of the worlds largest independent websites focusing on England through the ages. With a focus on Tudor England, John Keats & Lord Byron any visitor can immerse themselves within the fantastic subjects on offer. For those studying these wonderful times the website can be used as a source for your academic projects and is used by countless students across the globe.
With over 200,000 visitors per month; English History continues to celebrate the wonderful and enriched history of England.
Author Marilee Hanson:
Since 2003 primary author Marilee Hanson created this website in her spare time; scanning countless portraits and transcribing poems or letters well into the night due to her sheer passion for the subject area. Nice comments from visitors throughout the years spurred her on and kept this ‘hobby’ website alive.
In December 2014 Ryan Gibson became the Owner of English History with a view to expand upon the hard work delivered by Marilee and make her incredible work accessible for future generations. The meticulous detail and quality of the work on show is something Ryan endeavours to maintain with Marilee’s assistance with further content to be added monthly.
Due to the traffic numbers English History continues to attract we receive a high amount of emails. Those we feel we can offer value to we will reply accordingly but please do give us 24-48 hours.
Given our main website visitors are students we appreciate this can be problematic when writing and requiring an answer.
We have therefore listed some common questions below which are typically citation & search functions. We hope this is of assistance.
What is your name? and How do I cite your webpage in my paper/report? and When was your site last updated? So here are the answers –
Please use Marilee Hanson as the authors full name.
Here is the correct Turabian/MLA way to cite internet sources:
Hanson, Marilee. “Information Of John Keats.” EnglishHistory.net. 2003. https://englishhistory.net/keats/ (11 February 2003.) Please note: you must use the year and date you read the source here. And, of course, put the correct link and page title you are citing.
Last Updated: The website is continuously updated and we will continue to be. In 2015 we added a number of new pages including the beginnings of a new section on William Shakespeare with a focus on his finest work, quotes & history. Keep checking back. We will continue to update.
As stated previously the website was created solely by Marillee Hanson. There is no academic affiliation. Given the sheer amount of information we have on offer it would be surprising if any teacher/professor needed more information than provided throughout the English History website. If they do please do not hesitate to contact English History via the contact form and we will do our utmost to help connect you with the right sources.
If you are looking for a particular person or event and cannot find it via the clearly defined sections of the website you can either use the search feature on the homepage or the one in the side navigation. This works on a keyword basis so try and be specific as possible. For example: ‘John Keats Poems’
Feedback, Questions and/or comments are always welcome. As an independant website the upkeep can be difficult and costly therefore any help offered is always appreciated.
Please use the ‘Contact Us’ page to get in touch. Please be specific with your email. Given our traffic numbers we receive a lot of emails (Some great, mostly spam) so please give us 24-48 hours to respond.
Take care, and thanks for visiting. I hope you continue to enjoy the English History website and the tributes to Keats, Byron, and the fascinating inhabitants of 16th century England.