15 May 2011

Transactions of the Thoroton Society, Volume 114 (2010)

The latest Transactions of the county historical society has just been published. Contents include:
  • Cranbrook House, Cranbrook Street, Nottingham: An Archaeological Excavation Revisited by Scott Lomax
  • Tree-Ring Dating and the Historical and Social Context of Timber-Frame Buildings, Norwell, Nottinghamshire by Matthew Hurford, Michael Jones and Cathy Tyers
  • Ergotism? A Seventeenth Century Demographic Crisis in Bassetlaw by Jean Nicholson and Hannah Nicholson
  • The North Nottinghamshire Coal Trade in the Eighteenth Century by Philip Riden
  • The Nottinghamshire History Lecture 2010. Harmony and Good Company: The Choir-Band as a Vehicle of Sociability in Nottinghamshire, c.1750-1830 by Katie Holland
  • The Library World of Nottinghamshire in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century by Peter Hoare
  • Burgage Manor: New Perspectives on Georgian Southwell by Stanley Chapman
  • Byron at Burgage Manor, 1803-08 by Geoffrey Bond
  • Cheering the Member: Gladstone Election Songs at Newark by Richard A Gaunt
  • The Clergyman, The Widow, and The Milkman: An Examination into the Landlords of Working Class Housing in Edwardian Nottingham by Maureen Cooper
  • Archaeology in Nottinghamshire 2010 edited by Keith Challis
Further information is available on the Thoroton Society website.

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