Sheffield University theses relating to Yorkshire and Derbyshire, 1920-1970

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Statementcompiled by J. Hall and R. Wells.
SeriesUniversity of Sheffield. Library. Information service guides,, 5/71
ContributionsWells, R., joint author.
LC ClassificationsZ2024.Y6 H34
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Pagination[1], 11 p.
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ISBN 100903284006
LC Control Number73152261

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List of volumes. Typed. Ron Shuttleworth donor, unknown date 4 photocopies from London Magazine Vol XXI,regarding Derbyshire. are merely copies from the visitation-books or other collections of Yorkshire genealogies ; but that throughout them fresh information is interwoven, and that where the subject seemed to require it, the line has been continued from the time of the visitations to the present period.

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The University of Leeds, DOI: /X THE SOUTH YORKSHIRE STEEL INDUSTRY AND THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION DAVID HEY University of Sheffield SHEFFIELD WAS A CUTLERY TOWN long before it became Steel City. The first 1920-1970 book reference to a Sheffield cutler comes from ,1 but steel was not made there until just after The official archive of the UK government.

Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone. Brewer, N.C. Some Historical Aspects of Coking Plants in Yorkshire and Derbyshire from to the Present Day (University of Loughborough MSc Thesis, ).

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Gill, M.C. Lead Mining in the Pennines with Particular Reference to the Duke of Devonshire's Lead Mines at Grassington (University of Exeter MPhil Thesis, ).

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This Collection has been assembled as support for both research and teaching at the University of Sheffield, principally within the Department of History, on political movements in 20th century Britain. It began with the acquisition of complete sets of The Fascist Quarterly and The British Union Quarterly.

Books about Sheffield in South Yorkshire, its history, heritage, culture, buildings, people, etc. Formerly the northernmost outpost (the 'North-ton') of the Scarsdale Hundred of Derbyshire, the parish was encroached upon by the city of Sheffield in several stages after This expansion changed the nature of the area for ever.

A few copies are still available of Sally Goldsmith's book Thirteen Acres: John Ruskin and the Totley Communists. Totley was the site of a utopian scheme funded by art critic and social reformer John he bought acre St. George’s Farm so that nine Sheffield working men and their families could work the land and, to keep themselves busy, make boots and shoes.

Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Sheffield. Muela Meza, Z. An application of community profiling to analyse the information needs and community issues affecting the people in Broomhall, Sheffield, and to evaluate the roles of their information providers.

The name Sheffield is Old English in origin. It derives from the River Sheaf, whose name is a corruption of shed or sheth, meaning to divide or separate. Field is a generic suffix deriving from the Old English feld, meaning a forest clearing.

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Sheffield University theses, dissertations and special studies in economic and social history,com-piled by C. Holmes and V. Gilbert. Uni-versity of Sheffield Dept. of Econ. & Soc. Hist. West Sussex County Record Office. The Wiston Archives: a catalogue, ed.

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(plan) online copy Armitage, Ella S.,A key to English antiquites with special reference to the Sheffield and Rotherham district (London: J.M. Dent and Co) p. 57 online copy Bray,Sketch of a Tour into Derbyshire and Yorks (London) p. plate 5.Ph.D: Marine Macroecology University of Sheffield - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK.

Thesis title: "Abundance-occupancy relationships in North Sea copepods: ventures into time and space" Investigated the macroecological temporal dynamics of regional population structure of copepod species at varying temporal and spatial resolutions.