Liverpool History Society Journal 08 (2009)

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

  • ANOTHER UNBUILT MASTERPIECE? – Michael E Brian
  • THOMAS FRESH, INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES – Reg Yorke
  • GROWING UP IN HISTORY – Nicholas Murray
  • EMILY & ANNIE D BURROWS; Waterloo School Teachers – Andrew Lee Hart
  • A MEMORY OF A SEAFORTH CHILDHOOD – Wilfred Murray
  • THE RISE AND FALL OF A LIVERPOOL BISCUIT BAKER: John Coleman (1743-1815) – Hannah Barker
  • WILLIAM HUTCHINSON (1715-1801) LIVERPOOL DOCK MASTER
    “The most significant Liverpudlian of 1797” – Rob Ainsworth
  • AMERICAN BASEBALL PLAYERS VISIT LIVERPOOL IN 1874 – Gerald Hudd
  • THE MAN WHO DROVE THE ROCKET – John Hussey
  • KENSINGTON FIELDS, LIVERPOOL, 1835-1901 – Fred Forrest
  • MESSRS COWELL AND SHELMERDINE, AND DR CARNEGIE: How Liverpool’s Public Library System Expanded In The 1890s – John Tiernan
  • LIVERPOOL’S EARLY WATER SUPPLIES – Neville King
  • ‘WE HAVE MORE THAN ENOUGH’ Conditions In Huyton Internment Camp In The Autumn And Early Winter Of 1940 – Jennifer Taylor
  • MY PARENTS WERE ALIENS, and so were my grandparents!! – Jacqueline Roland
  • THE IMPACT OF THE AIR ATTACKS UPON THE CITY AND PORT OF LIVERPOOL – Stephen A Gent

 

 

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