Further Resources on Gaskell:

Gaskell House Museum
Elizabeth Gaskell's House, where she lived in Manchester from 1850 until her death in 1865, has been preserved as a museum. The museum is run through the Manchester Historical Buildings Trust, and is supported by The Gaskell Society and several volunteers.
The Gaskell Society
The Gaskell Society is "a group devoted to the study and appreciation of the life and work of the Victorian author, biographer, humanitarian, social campaigner, wife and mother, Elizabeth Gaskell." Founded in September 1985 by Joan Leach, the Society has actively sought to promote and support initiatives related to Gaskell, and was instrumental in the preservation of the Gaskel House Museum and Gaskell's commemmoration through the installation of a stained-glass window in Poet's Corner, Westminster Abbey.
The Gaskell Society has also published a helpful timeline of Gaskell's life.
The Gaskell Journal
The Gaskell Journal, a "peer-reviewed scholarly publication dedicated to disseminating the most authoritative, dynamic and agenda-setting research in Gaskell Studies", is published annually by the Gaskell Society.
Gaskell Bibliography
Nancy S. Weyant, Gaskell Bibliographer, has maintained an online series of comprehensive supplements to her Elizabeth Gaskell: An Annotated Bibliography of English Language Sources, 1992-2001 since its publication in 2004. The Bibliographic Supplements are available on her website: Gaskell Bibliography.
Gaskell's Manuscript Journal in the Brotherton Special Collections
Gaskell's Journal is currently on loan to the Brotherton Special Collections, courtesy of Mrs. Sarah Prince, Gaskell's descendant and the holder of the copyright. The Brotherton has made digital images of the manuscript pages available using IIIF (International Image Interoperability Frameworks). This project imports the images from the Brotherton into the Digital Edition to sit alongside the text.