Liverpool History Journal 21 (2022)

A collection of articles featuring accounts of Liverpool’s rich history including:

  • An Ace Killer of Submarines: Captain F.J. (‘Johnnie’) Walker, CB,DSO***, RN (1896-1944)
  • John Grant Morris: Liverpool’s Golden Coalman
  • Developments In Style; The Liverpool Churches Of F X Velarde
  • Golden Lions And Merchant Princes
  • Slavery And The Shaping Of Space: The Evolution Of The Merchant House In Liverpool And Charleston During The 18th Century
  • The Chinese Presence In Liverpool
  • From Victorian Monuments To Centenary Celebrations: The Liverpool And Manchester Railway And Liverpool’s Civic History
  • St Francis Xavier’s College
  • The Relocation Of Radiotherapy Services From Liverpool To Clatterbridge
  • 150th Anniversary Of Sefton Park
  • ‘The Quietest By-Election That One Can Call To Mind’: The Unusual By-Election Of Liverpool Abercromby Division, June 1917
  • Walking On Water Street, Part 13 From Tarleton’s Field To Redcross Street
  • Book Review: Walking on Water Street