Local Histories

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Publications : Local History
 Thomas Peploe Wood

Thomas Peploe Wood: Staffordshire Artist (Chris Copp and others, 2009)

This highly attractive book features a number of full colour reproductions of the paintings and sketches of T.P. Wood, the prolific 19th Century Staffordshire artist.

Format: Paperback, 21cm x 21cm; Pages: 60

Publisher: Staffordshire Arts and Museums Service

£7.00
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Children on the Move: Evacuation in Staffordshire (Maggie Andrews and others, 2012)

This book tells the story of evacuees in Staffordshire, using interviews with some of the many people evacuated to the county as children during World War II and additional material drawn from archival sources.  The book is illustrated throughout with period images and features numerous memories from both evacuees and local people.

Format: 21cm x 21cm; Pages: 185

Publisher: Staffordshire County Council 

£15.00
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 Pugin Land

Pugin Land (Michael Fisher, 2002)

This book looks at the work of the renowned architect A.W.N.Pugin, his patronage by the Earl of Shrewsbury and the impact this had on the Staffordshire landscape. It is illustrated throughout.

Format: Paperback, 21cm x 14.5cm; Pages: 202

Publisher: Michael J. Fisher Publishing

£14.95
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 Gothic Revival

Staffordshire and the Gothic Revival (Michael Fisher, 2006)

Based on detailed research, this book looks at the development of the architectural style known as "Gothic Revival" in Staffordshire during the 19th Century. It is illustrated throughout.

Format: Paperback, 24.5cm x 17cm; Pages: 160

Publisher: Landmark Publishing

£16.99
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 Freemen of Stafford

The Freemen of Stafford Borough, 1100-1997 (Jack Kemp, 1998)

This book lists the freemen and burgesses of the ancient Borough of Stafford, giving details as to when they were admitted as freemen, and biographical information where known. There is also an introduction looking at the political history of the Borough.

Format: A4 Paperback; Pages: 222

Publisher: Staffordshire County Council

£7.00
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 100 Years of Business in Stafford

100 Years of Business in Stafford (Anne Andrews and Others, 2000)

Created to mark the Millennium, this book looks at the history of Stafford businesses which have occupied the same site or traded under the same name since 1900. Historic illustrations add to this fascinating insight into the shops and services of 20th century Stafford.

Format: Paperback, 21cm x 15cm; Pages: 112

Publisher: Staffordshire Industrial Archaeological Society

£5.00
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 Colton History

Colton - History of a Staffordshire Village  (Gill Sykes and others, 2008)

This fully-illustrated book explores the history of this ancient Staffordshire village, from Prehistoric times to the present day.

Format: Hardback, 21.5cm x 15.5.cm; Pages: 260

Publisher: Colton History Society

£12.99
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Old Theatres in the Potteries (William A. Neale)

This book provides a study of the old theatres of the Six Towns, many of which are no longer standing. This fascinating work includes photographs, maps and period theatre bills.

Format: A5 Book; Pages: 190

Publisher: Privately published

£9.99 + p&p : Medium

 RC in Staffs

Roman Catholicism in Elizabthan and Jacobean Staffordshire (Anthony G. Petti, editor, reprinted 2004

The book features a selection of documents from the Bagot Papers, relating to Catholics in Staffordshire in the 16th and 17th Centuries.

Format: A5 Paperback; Pages: 108

Publisher: Staffordshire Record Society

£5.00
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 Catholic Staffordshire

Catholic Staffordshire (Michael Greenslade, 2006)

This book looks at the history of Roman Catholicism in the county between 1500 and 1850, and features illustrations throughout.

Format: Hardback, 22cm x 14cm; Pages: 324

Publisher: Gracewing

£14.99
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 Voices from the Edge

Voices from the Edge (Matthew Blake and others, 2008)

This fully-illustrated book was the result of an oral history project in the villages of Tutbury, Audley and Alstonefield, and contains the recollections of local people about life in these border communities during the 20th Century. These include memories of village life, local entertainment and the great Fauld Explosion of 1944.

Format: A4 Paperback; Pages: 54

Publisher: Staffordshire County Council

£5.00
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 Lasting Impressions

Lasting Impressions (Chris Copp and others, 2006)

This book features a collection of memories relating to Stafford's shoe industry in the 20th Century. It is illustrated throughout, and also has a useful gazetteer of shoe making companies in Stafford.

Format: A4 Paperback; Pages: 36

Publisher: Staffordshire County Council

£5.00
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Staffordshire at War Pack

An ideal gift for anybody interested in local World War II history, this unique pack contains our mini-guides Staffordshire at War (40 pages), Staffordshire Home Guard (40 pages) and The Fauld Explosion (16 pages) as well as facsimile documents including an identity card, Women’s Land Army leaflet, period telegram and ‘Dig for Victory’ posters.

Format: 3 x A6 booklets, A4 to A6 facsimile documents in plastic wallet with explanatory sheet

Publisher: Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archive Service

 

£5.00

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