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The Local Historian
Volume 44, Number 1 - January 2014
Contents [ Close all Abstracts ] Current issue

The architectural provenance of speculative housing: some further evidence
By: Kenneth C. Jackson

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Local history in Germany: an overview
By: Klaus-Joachim Lorenzen-Schmidt

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Ripples from the French Revolution in Tewkesbury
By: Derek Benson

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"Open" and "closed" villages: a new methodology for assessing landownership concentration
By: Polly Bird

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Perceptions of Liverpool 1530-2010: the historical evidence of contemporary observers
By: Alan G. Crosby

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Two reviews of Victoria County History volumes
By: Barry Trinder and Paul Anderton

Northamptonshire vol.7 CORBY AND GREAT OAKLEY
Staffordshire vol.11 AUDLEY, KEELE AND TRENTHAM


Reviews


Britain's Industrial Revolution: The making of a manufacturing people 1700-1870 (Trinder) reviewed by Geoff Timmins

Rye spirits: Faith, faction and fairies in a seventeenth century English town (Gregory) reviewed by Gill Draper

The fifteenth century inquisitions post mortem (ed Hicks) reviewed by Rosemary Horrox

The receipt book of Baroness Elizabeth Dimsdale c 1800 (ed. Falvey) reviewed by Jane Howells

Broadmoor revealed: Victorian crime and the lunatic asylum (Stevens) reviewed by Gordon Glasgow

Hertfordshire: a landscape history (Rowe and Williamson) reviewed by Peter Bysouth

Wartime in West Suffolk: The diary of Winifred Challis 1942-1943 (ed. Malcolmson and Searby) reviewed by Sally Sokoloff

The Local Historian - January 2014 Issue
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