3 edition of An industrial survey of Cumberland and Furness found in the catalog.
An industrial survey of Cumberland and Furness
|Statement||by John Jewkes and Allan Winterbottom.|
|Series||[Publications of the Research section of the Department of Economics and Commerce, University of Manchester]|
|Contributions||Winterbottom, Allan, 1907-|
|LC Classifications||HC257.E5 C85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 175 p.|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||34016662|
F EVANS: Furness and Furness Abbey, or a Companion through the Lancashire part of the Lake District ( Ulverston) The Pocket Guide to the English Lakes, being a Companion to Darton & Clark's Map of the Lake District ( London) The Circuit of the Lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland & Lancashire (A map mounted on Canvas) ( London). Dom boc. A translation of the record called Domesday, so far as relates to the county of York, including also Amounderness, Lonsdale, and Furness, in Lancashire; and such parts of Westmoreland and Cumberland as are contained in this survey. Also the counties of Derby, Nottingham, Rutland, and Lincoln, with an introduction, glossary, & indexes.
Book Description Michael Moon at The Beckermet Bookshop, Cumberland, UK, , Reprint, hardcover. Good (endpages have writing, label, and tears, pencil note on 1 page, spine creased and bumped, page edges foxed) in good dust jacket (creased, tear on spine). The Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society was founded in The Society first published its Transactions (TCWAAS) in Fifteen volumes were published up to and from then it became an annual publication. Each volume of TCWAAS contains a collection of edited papers on various topics relating to both the history and the archaeology of the area. From the.
An industrial survey of Cumberland and Furness: a study of the social implications of economic dislocation. Manchester University Press. CS1 maint: uses authors parameter ; John Jewkes; Allan Winterbottom (). Juvenile unemployment. G. Allen and . Ordnance Survey maps for Cumberland were published as follows: 1st edition 25" scale, c ; 2nd edition 25" scale, c ; 3rd edition 25" scale, c; OS maps do not record ownership or occupation. Reference books to the 1st edition give brief descriptions of .
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An Industrial Survey of Cumberland and Furness: A Study of the Social Implications of Economic Dislocation [Publications of the Research section of the Department of Economics and Commerce, University of Manchester] Authors: John Jewkes, Allan Winterbottom: Publisher: Manchester University Press, Original from: the University of.
Industrial survey of Cumberland and Furness. [Manchester, Eng.] Manchester University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Jewkes; Allan. An industrial survey of Cumberland and Furness; a study of the social implications of economic dislocation, Contributor: Jewkes, John Date: This fully revised volume brings together the historic counties of Cumberland and Westmorland with the old Furness division of Lancashire, in a comprehensive architectural guide to one of England's most varied and rewarding regions.
A Guide to the Industrial Archaeology of Cumbria, compiled by the CIHS was published by the Association for Industrial Archaeology inbut is now out of print. The history and topography of the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland, with Furness and Cartmel, in Lancashire, comprising their ancient and modern history, a general view of their physical character, trade, commerce, manufactures, agricultural condition, statistics, etc., etc by Whellan, William.
(Page created 19/04/ Last updated 21/11/17) The administrative area of Cumbria was created in by the combining of the ancient counties of Cumberland and Westmorland together with part of North Lancashire (Furness, or Lancashire over the Sands) and, in.
Cumberland A New Map of the Counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland Anon. dated published in the Large English Atlas c original hand colouring. 26 3/4″ x 20 1/2″. After the Risings, Cumberland became a more stable place and, as in the rest of Northern England, the Industrial Revolution caused a large growth in urban populations.
In particular, the west-coast towns of Workington, Millom and Barrow-in-Furness saw large iron and steelworks develop.
Barrow also developed a significant shipbuilding industry. Furness and the Industrial Revolution J.D. Marshall (Michael Moon, ) An in-depth study of the economic development of Furness, including Barrow, in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The Iron Moor, a history of the Lindal Moor and Whitriggs Hematite Iron Mines. Furness Building Society was established inand originally began by playing a vital role for those in what is now South Cumbria and Furness peninsula, by helping them buy their own homes and providing a safe, solid and secure home for their savings.
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Furness and the Industrial Revolution (reprint ed.). Beckermet, Cumbria: Michael Moon. ISBN McGowan, Gradon W. Furness Railway: Its Rise and Establishment: Melville, J; Hobbs, J L ().
Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society Tract Series no XIII Early Railway History in Furness. Cumbria Past is the website of The Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. The society was founded in with its charitable purpose being the advancement of education and culture in the fields of the arts, heritage and science in the ancient counties of Cumberland and Westmorland.
Registered Charity Number In this map we can follow the course of the River Duddon from the Furness Fells down through Dunnerdale and beneath the shadow of Black Combe to the sea. Black Combe features in two of Wordsworth’s poems.
One was written to celebrate the work of the Ordnance Survey, which was producing comprehensive and detailed maps of the country. The attractive town of Dalton-in-Furness was once the administrative capital of the Furness region.
It has a history going back to the Saxon period and was recorded in the Domesday Book of as Daltune. The town stands on a hilltop site well inland from the sea. During the medieval period, the.
Cumberland Land Surveyors, Woodbine, GA. likes. REALTORS, give us a call to learn about our referral program designed just for you. The most authoritative guide to the Lake District and surrounding area, this volume covers the outstanding vernacular architecture, unspoiled historic towns, and fine Victorian and Arts and Crafts houses throughout the region, and ranges from the shipbuilding town of Barrow-in-Furness in the south to the cathedral city of Carlisle in the north.
JEWKES (J.) AND WINTERBOTTOM (A.) An Industrial Survey of Cumberland and Furness BRINLEY THOMAS KIRK (J. H.) Agriculture and the Trade Cyckl Their Mutual Relations, with Special Reftrence to the Period Igz V. TIMOSHENKO KNOOP (D.) AND JONES (G. P.) The Medieval Mason V. GALBRAITH Survey of Cumberland and Furness (), the Survey of West Cumberland () and the monumental Second Industrial Survey of South Wales ().
In Northumberland and Durham the research work was continued by the Northern Industrial Group, working on behalf of the North-East Development Association.
Industrial Railways and Locomotives of Cumberland has been written and researched by Peter Holmes and has been published by the Industrial Railway Society. The book has pages packed with.Jewkes, John and Winterbottom, Allan (), An Industrial Survey of Cumberland and Furness: A Study of the Social Implications of Economic Dislocation, Manchester: Manchester University .Get this from a library!
The history and topography of the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland, with Furness and Cartmel, in Lancashire, comprising their ancient and modern history, a general view of their physical character, trade, commerce, manufactures, agricultural condition, statistics, etc., etc.