Britain and Ireland

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'This is the place for toil': neighbourhoods at work in the late Victorian Black Country.
Cort, Larry E., Ph.D. (2001), London
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'Lovers and madmen have such seething brains': historical aspects of neurosyphilis in four Scottish asylums, c.1880-1930.
Davis, Gayle L., Ph.D. (2001), Edinburgh
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Colleges for miners: a history of the provision of technical education to the S. Wales coal mining industry, 1882-1939.
Harries, Peter H., Ph.D. (2001), Wales
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The ascent of man: Henry Drummond and Free Kirk audiences in late Victorian Scotland.
Scott, Anne E., Ph.D. (2001), Kent
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Copyright and literary authority, 1880-1914.
Towheed, Syed S., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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Birmingham's literary response to Irish nationalism and feminism, 1880-1930.
Volante, Carol A., Ph.D. (2001), Wolverhampton
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The education and employment of girls in Luton, 1874-1924: widening opportunities and lost freedoms.
Allsopp, Anne, Ph.D. (2001), London
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The Kynoch Press, 1876-1981.
Archer, Caroline, Ph.D. (1999), Reading
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Pacifist feminism in Britain, 1870-1902: 'the truest form of patriotism'.
Brown, Heloise, Ph.D. (1999), York
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'Undying spirits': religion, medicine and institutional care of the dying, 1878-1938.
Humphreys, Clare J., Ph.D. (1999), Sheffield
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A history of women workers in English libraries, 1871-1974.
Kerslake, Evelyn, Ph.D. (1999), Loughborough
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Evangelical philanthropy and social control or emancipatory feminism? A case study of the Fisherwick Presbyterian Working Women's Association, 1870-1918.
McClelland, Gillian A., Ph.D. (2000), Belfast
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'Shoulder to shoulder?': Scottish and Irish land reformers in the Highlands of Scotland, 1878-90.
Newby, Andrew G., Ph.D. (2001), Edinburgh
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Ruralism and Englishness: meaning in paintings of English rural life and labour, c.1870-1905.
O'Brien, James L.G., D.Phil. (2000), Sussex
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The origin, gestation and evolution of management consultancy within Britain, 1869-1965: the principles, practices and techniques of a new professional grouping.
Ferguson, Michael, Ph.D. (1999), Open University
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Social change and social reform in Southwark, 1870-1930.
Green, Brian E., M.Phil. (2001), London
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Nurses at University College Hospital, 1862-1948: from Christian vocation to secular profession.
Likeman, Janet H., Ph.D. (2001), London
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The work of Joseph Estlin Carpenter in the field of comparative religion.
Marshall, Dennis V., M.Phil. (1997), Open University
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The rationality of responses to technical change in British shipbuilding: the case of the fitting-out crane, 1862-1905.
Newman, Brian, Ph.D. (2001), Newcastle
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'An organised system of plunder': salmon poaching in Cumberland and Westmorland, 1862-92.
Osborne, Harvey D., Ph.D. (2001), Lancaster
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Modernity, art and art education in Britain, 1870-1940.
Sharp, Neil, D.Phil. (1999), Sussex
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The social definition of British railways since 1865, with special reference to those of England.
Watts, David C. Hunter, Ph.D. (2000), Bristol
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The place of reforming Cambridge in Alfred Marshall's construction of an economic organon, 1861-90.
Cook, Simon J., Ph.D. (2001), Cambridge
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The emergence of the occupation of district nursing in 19th-century England.
Denny, Elaine, Ph.D. (1999), Nottingham
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Anti-parliamentary passage: South Wales and the internationalism of Sam Mainwaring (1841-1907).
John, Kenneth B., Ph.D. (2001), Greenwich
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The making of the Royal Naval Officer Corps, 1860-1914.
Jones, Mary, Ph.D. (1999), Exeter
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John Forbes White and George Reid: artists and patrons in north-east Scotland, 1860-1920.
Melville, Jennifer M., Ph.D. (2001), Edinburgh
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The Fenian movement in Scotland, 1858-1916.
O'Cathain, Mairtin, D.Phil. (2001), Ulster
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The collecting activities of Sir John Lubbock (1834-1913).
Owen, Janet E., Ph.D. (2000), Durham
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The office of coroner, 1860-1926: resistance, reluctance and reform.
Prichard, Donald, Ph.D. (2001), Greenwich
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