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Mobility in nineteenth century British cities

Richard Lawton

Mobility in nineteenth century British cities

by Richard Lawton

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Written in English


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Offprint from: Geogr.J, v.145 (1979), p206-241.

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Open LibraryOL13943995M

The British Isles in the long nineteenth century was a place of rapid expansion and growth, when the United Kingdom became the so-called ‘workshop of the world’. It was also a period of conflict and uncertainty, where poverty and political unrest prompted widespread anxieties about the nature of In these three volumes, as is the tradition in Cambridge Histories, a team of specialists has assembled the jigsaw of topical monographic research and presented an interpretation of the development of modern British society since , from three perspectives: those of regional communities, the working and living environment, and social

A.P. Modern Euro Chapter 22 Launchpad Book Review. STUDY. PLAY. What facilitated the building of modern sanitary systems in Britain in the mid-nineteenth century? Edwin Chadwick's vision and the availability of cheap iron pipes. Which of the following were the favorite themes of music halls and vaudeville theaters in the nineteenth century? General Overviews. There is a quite engaging general literature of port cities in general, especially in Britain. The contributions of Jackson and Palmer on ports in volumes 2 and 3 of The Cambridge Urban History of Britain are excellent introductions to the general field of British port cities, while Jarvis on the themes of port city history is useful for insights into the

In Wife to Widow, award-winning historian Bettina Bradbury explores the little studied phenomenon of the transition from wife to widowhood to offer new insights into the law, politics, demography, religion, and domestic life of early nineteenth-century Montreal.. Bradbury's unique history spans the lives of two generations of Montreal women who married either before or after the Patriote Her research ranges widely over the long 19th century, from children’s books to clowns, and includes an interest in the roots of the popular song and in melodrama. Her most recent book is The Making of the West End Stage: marriage, management and the mapping of gender in London, (Cambridge University Press ).


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