7 May 2013

Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire

The latest volume of the Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire has just been published. It includes the following articles:
  • The Origins of Nottingham: Archaeological Investigations in the Medieval Town from 1969 to 1980 by David Knight, Scott Lomax and Gordon Young
  • Community archaeology at Thynghowe, Birklands, Sherwood Forest by Lynda Mallett, Stuart Reddish, John Baker, Stuart Brookes and Andy Gaunt
  • Bingham Hall and the Porter Family: A New Interpretation of the 'Deserted Medieval Village' at Crow Close, Bingham, Nottinghamshire by Adrian Henstock & Peter Allen
  • Coal mining in medieval Nottinghamshire: consumers and producers in a nascent industry by Richard Goddard
  • Dr George Ridding: First Bishop of Southwell, 1884-1904 by J.V. Beckett
  • 'And many of the little ones died' Public health, sanitation and weather in early 20th century Nottingham by John Wilson
Further details are available on the Thoroton Society website.

1 comment:

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