Books to explore
Author: Tom Williamson , Gerry Barnes , Toby Pillatt
The results of an ambitious research project are here shaped into a richly detailed survey of English arboriculture over the last four centuries.
Author: Nigel Goose , Leanne Moden
A fascinating history of this still thriving almshouse, contextualised within the broader history of the city of Norwich and its various philanthropic initiatives, as well as within the wider history of philanthropy and social policy.
Author: Robert Liddiard , David Sims
This book examines the landscape archaeology of the Second World War on the section of the east coast of England known as the Suffolk Sandlings (the coastal strip from Lowestoft to Felixstowe), an area unusually rich in military archaeology.
Editor: Christopher Dyer , Andrew Hopper , Evelyn Lord , Nigel Tringham
Local history in Britain can trace its origins back to the sixteenth century and before, but it was given inspiration and a new sense of direction in the 1950s and 60s by the work of W.G. Hoskins.
Author: Sam Turner , Sarah Semple , Alex Turner
“This is an attractive book which is exceptionally well-illustrated...” Archaeological Journal