Hertfordshire in history: people, places, society; industry, craft and culture
Hertfordshire Publications was founded forty years ago and became an imprint of the University of Hertfordshire Press in February 2001.
It publishes local history books in association with the Hertfordshire Association for Local History (HALH) whose membership includes both individuals and local history societies in Hertfordshire. Members receive a discount on the retail price of books published in the series.
Hertfordshire Publications can be bought from all good bookshops in Hertfordshire as well as direct from UH Press.
- Brewers in Hertfordshire: A historical gazetteer, Allan Whitaker
- NEW A Caring County? Social welfare in Hertfordshire from 1600, Steven King and Gillian Gear (Eds)
- Children of the Labouring Poor: The working lives of children in nineteenth-century Hertfordshire, Eileen Wallace
- Cinemas of Hertfordshire, Allen Eyles with Keith Skone
- A County of Small Towns: The development of Hertfordshire's urban landscape to 1800, Terry Slater and Nigel Goose (Eds)
- NEW Hertfordshire: A landscape history, Anne Rowe and Tom Williamson
- Hertfordshire 1731-1800 as recorded in the Gentleman's Magazine, Arthur Jones (Ed.)
- Hertfordshire Garden History - Volume 2: Gardens pleasant, groves delicious, Deborah Spring (Ed.)
- An Historical Atlas of Hertfordshire, David Short (Ed.)
- Medieval Parks of Hertfordshire, Anne Rowe
- The Origins of Hertfordshire, Tom Williamson
- Parks in Hertfordshire since 1500, Hugh Prince
- St Albans 1650-1700: A thoroughfare town and its people, J.T. Smith and M.A. North (Eds)
- Tracing your Family History in Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies (HALS)