1 edition of Studies in Worcestershire local history found in the catalog.
Studies in Worcestershire local history
by R. Whittaker
Written in English
Pirton Local History Group was formed in specifically to research and record the history of Pirton in Hertfordshire. This site may be of interest to family historians, genealogists and local historians. 1. for books concerned with local history in general, or on a national level: use the menu as shown on this page. 2. for anything on local interest in counties, cities, towns, villages: click on a county on the green map. You will then get a list of names and a new menu.
These reminiscences form a part of the social history of Worcester and as such I felt it important to record this vanished way of life for future generations of nurses and other hospital staff. The book is on sale at Waterstones and the T.I.C. for £10 but members of WIA&LHS may purchase it directly from me at a discount price of £8. From our bookshop. Getting started series by Simon Fowler In Local History Magazine commissioned a series of five articles from Simon Fowler, the well known local historian, archivist and now the editor of Family History together, Simon's articles provide the perfect introduction to the fascinating world of local history.
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Country England County Worcestershire Study Area Droitwich Spa About the Study 'Droitwich', roughly meaning 'rights of salt', began life as Salinae in the Roman period and was an important centre for salt production - something which continued until the twentieth century.
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Worcestershire (abbreviated 'Worcs') is a non-metropolitan county in the West Midlands of England. Init Studies in Worcestershire local history book with the neighbouring county of Herefordshire to form Hereford and Worcester. This was divided inre-establishing Worcestershire as a county. The Malvern Hills forms the east–west border between the two counties, with the exception of West Malvern.
Local History, with special reference to the Leicester School of Local History Chris Dyer. The precursors of academic local history can be found in the antiquarian accounts of the English counties and towns which began with Lambarde's Kent, Carew's Cornwall and Stow's London in the 16th century,() and Burton's Leicestershire and Dugdale's Warwickshire in the 17th.() They evolved from attempts.
The area now known as Worcestershire has had human presence since over half a million years ago. Interrupted by two ice ages, Worcestershire has had continuous settlement since roug years the Iron Age, the area was dominated by a series of hill forts, and the beginnings of industrial activity including pottery and salt mining can be found.
Image: The Carpet Manufactory of Messrs Brinton and Lewis, Kidderminster (c).R W Boodle, Worcestershire Scrap Book, vol. II (). Image from: Local Studies and History, Birmingham Central Library In the s the Kidderminster carpet industry was inextricably linked with steam power.
It developed a skyline of industrial chimneys as it developed into a factory town. The picturesque Worcestershire town of Evesham, famous for gardening and its long-lost abbey, has a fascinating military heritage.
It was the scene of the Battle of Evesham in where Simon de Montfort (the father of Parliament) suffered a violent death. The region now known as Gloucestershire was originally inhabited by Brythonic peoples (ancestors of the Welsh and other British Celtic peoples) in the Iron Age and Roman periods.
After the Romans left Britain in the early 5th century, the Brythons re-established control but the territorial divisions for the post-Roman period are uncertain. Website: Dudley Libraries Archives and Local History Service.
Dudley Archives and Local History Service collects, preserves and makes available archive and local studies material relating to the Dudley borough to help the community understand the past, live the present and shape the future. Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service Discovering Local History at The Hive Lots of people are fascinated by their local area and want to know more.
We are a great place to Local Studies Library – thousands of books are held in our library, some dating back years. Local History Resources at the History Centre and Record Office Class Notes: Information about services to help research local history.
Availability: Hard copy available from Worcestershire County Record Office, County Hall, Spetchley Road, Worcester, WR5 2NP.
Tel: Electronic copy available. URL. The fastest-growing Transport, Military, Local & General History publisher in the UK. Amberley Publishing provides a fresh approach to regional and general history.
R W Boodle, Worcestershire Scrap Book, vol. II (). Image from: Local Studies and History, Birmingham Central Library. In the s new industrial processes, Tapestry warp printing and Chenille Axminster weaving were introduced in Kidderminster. The carpet industry expanded and by the town had a population of 17, Local History, from Amberley Publishing - Worcestershire.
All genres. Lancashire, Greater Manchester & Merseyside. Bedfordshire. Leicestershire. Berkshire. Lincolnshire. Buckinghamshire. This book explores the rich culinary heritage of Worceste From £ Save £ We aim to stimulate interest in, record, study and, where appropriate, preserve items of local industrial history in Worcestershire.
We stage a series of talks through the winter and visits during the summer. Our newsletter is packed full of interesting news and articles and appears twice per year.
We also produce "Occasional Papers" for longer. Studies in Regional and Local History. This major series is under the general editorship of Professor Jane Whittle at the Department of History, University of Exeter.
It is designed to make high quality, specialist academic texts available to a wider audience at affordable prices. Books to explore. Local Studies. Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service boasts one of the most extensive collections of books relating to Worcestershire's history and archaeology.
It is now located at The Hive, which allows unprecedented access to this important resource in an open and welcoming environment. by Mick Wilks Paperback, pages, over black and white photographs, maps and drawings ISBN 1 87 2 £ This book chronicles the story of the Home Guard (initially the Local Defence Volunteers) in Worcestershire from its formation in May to its disbandment in Decemberas well as its re-creation in the s.
Contact Info. Address: 42 Elderfield Gardens Coventry Street Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY10 2BT United Kingdom; Email: [email protected] Phone: +44 (0) Here Teresa tells us more about how the book she has chosen inspired her to document her own piece of the history of Worcester: ‘Worcester in a Day’ by Michael Dowty can be found in our local studies reference library and is also available to loan from the local lending selection in The Hive.
The administrative boundaries of Worcestershire, England have been fluid for over years since the first major changes in There were many detached parts of Worcestershire in the surrounding counties, and conversely there were islands of other counties within Worcestershire.
The Counties (Detached Parts) Act began the process of eliminating these, but the process was not completed.British Association for Local History (no date c) ‘The Local Historian.’ Chichester: British Association for Local History.
Brooks, A. and Pevsner, N. (a) The Buildings of England: Worcestershire.The Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre houses a comprehensive Local Studies Collection consisting of o items dating from the 17 th century to the present day, the largest collection focusing on the county of Wiltshire in the world.
It has become a centre for local history research.