A little bit about this site and navigation. The site is meant to be a reference with as many cross links as possible for ease.
Click ‘Short Stories’ and on the left you will see a list of the stories up so far. Click on one of these stories and you will be given a list of all the categories within that story. Clicking on a reference within a category here will take you to information on that item, if there is any. You will also find a link which will take you to all the references in the category you first chose that is so far on the site. There is also a TAG (usually the four letters of the Canonical Code) which will take you to all the references in that story. You can of course, use the back button on the page at any time to take you back to the previous page.
Click “Short Stories’ in the menu and underneath you will see Memoirs, Adventures, etc. Click on one of these and you will see a list of the stories within that book on the left hand side of the page. Click on a story and it will take you to all the categories in that story. The above will apply again.
Further down the Menu on the right you will see ‘Companion”. Click that and it will open the list of categories. Click one the these and it will take you to all the references under that category. Again you will see the four letter TAG which will take you to all the references within that story.
Chronology and Codes takes you to a complete Chronology of the Canon and as each story is added to the site the four letter code. Click on one of these codes and you will go to all the references for that story.
Finally at the bottom of the Menu the four letter Codes are added as each story appears and clicking on this code will again take you to all the references for that story.
The additional information category contains miscellaneous items that are interesting but don’t fit under the other categories, so always worth a look if you can’t see what you want elsewhere.
More categories will be added in time.
If you have suggestions or need help please contact me. I will be happy to help.
Google Map of Sherlock Holmes Locations:
Victorian London Map and Index:
Dictionary of Victorian London
Save Undershaw - Conan Doyle's Home where many stories including Hound of the Baskervilles were written: www.SaveUndershaw.com