Economic history

Results
Merrington: land, landlord and tenants, 1541-1840: a study in the estate of the dean and chapter of Durham.
Morrin, E. Jean, Ph.D. (1997), Durham (Lomas, Richard A.)
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The linen industry of N.W. England, 1600-1830.
Robinson, Margaret J., Ph.D. (1997), Lancaster (Winchester, Angus J.L.)
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Students of arms: a survey of arms and armour studies in Great Britain from the 18th century to the First World War.
Lacy, Michael, Ph.D. (1998), Reading (Curry, Anne E.)
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Children of disobedience: aspects of possession in early modern England.
Mullins, Rebecca L., M.A. (1998), York (Sharpe, James A.)
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Neighbourhood and community in an early modern county town (Southampton).
Newmark, Mark S., M.Litt. (1995), Oxford (Holmes, Clive A.)
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The transfer of wealth and power: gentlemen landowners and the middle classes of Bromley, 1840-1914.
Greenhalgh, Matthew, Ph.D. (1996), Greenwich (John, Angela V.; Leach, Bridget)
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The role of the gas industry within the chemical industry, with particular reference to the London lower riverside.
Mills, Mary, Ph.D. (1995), Open University (Roberts, Gerrylynn K.)
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Patterns of production: women industrial workers in Cape Town, 1918-39.
Angier, Katharine L., Ph.D. (1998), London (Marks, Shula)
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Conflict and containment: a radical perspective on rank and file movements and trade union strategies in 1919.
Ives, Martyn, Ph.D. (1995), Manchester (Howell, D.)
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An enquiry into the relations between the management and the workforce of Truman, Hanbury and Buxton in the inter-war period.
Stark, H.M., M.Phil. (1994), Open University (Donnachie, I.L.; Daunton, M.J.)
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Technology, productivity and performance in the British paper industry, 1861-1913.
Magee, Gary B., D.Phil. (1994), Oxford (Foreman-Peck, J.S.)
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Village carriers in Lincolnshire in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Holland, Jonathan, M.Phil. (1993), Hull (Ambler, R.W.)
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The early history of the telephone in England, 1877-1911.
Feuerstein, Raymond J., D.Phil. (1990), Sussex (Yeo, C.S.)
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Exhibitions and the Empire in Britain, 1886-1938: representations of Britishness and otherness.
Kawamoto, Masahiro, M.A. (1998), Kent (Cunningham, Hugh St. C.)
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Age, obsolescence and unemployment: the older worker in the British industrial system, 1890-1940.
Riddle, Stuart M., M.Litt. (1998), Cambridge (Laslett, T. Peter R.)
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Landscape and the condition of England, 1878-1917.
Grimble, Simon J.H., Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge
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The coming of the railways: social and economic change in 19th-century Northallerton.
Fairburn, Harry L., M.A. (1998), York
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Aspects of entrepreneurship and wealth accumulation in Britain since 1850.
Nicholas, Thomas, D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Feinstein, Charles H.)
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The religious and business practice of 19th-century Quakers, with special reference to the Clarks of Street.
Harrison, Brenda, M.Litt. (1998), Bristol (Macleod, Christine)
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The Fishers of York: a provincial carver's workshop in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Myerscough, P. Corita, D.Phil. (1998), York
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Germanic social structure, c.200-600: a methodological study in the use of archaeology and historical evidence in migration-age Europe.
Ravn, Mads, Ph.D. (1998), Cambridge (Hills, Catherine M.)
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The social consequences of parliamentary enclosure in E. Devon.
Sell, Paul, M.Phil. (1996), Exeter (Gibson, Alex J.; Shaw, Gareth)
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Telegrapher of empire: Charles Tilston Bright and the construction of career credibility in Victorian Britain.
Barkley, Gareth E., M.A. (1997), Kent (Smith, Crosbie W.)
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Nineteenth-century craftsmen and tradesmen in Hertfordshire: a spatial, economic and social study of self-sufficiency.
Crompton, C.A., Ph.D. (1995), Open University
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Agricultural trade unionism in Shropshire, 1900-30.
Mansfield, Nicholas A., Ph.D. (1997), Wolverhampton (Benson, John; Wanklyn, Malcolm D.G.)
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Interpreting the warehouse landscape: Nottingham's lace market, 1850-1920.
Nix, Jon B., Ph.D. (1997), London (Cosgrove, Denis E.)
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The administration and organization of the London cab trade from the late 18th century to the First World War.
May, Trevor F., Ph.D. (1991), London (Thompson, F.M.L.)
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Enclosure, land ownership and social change in a farming community in the Vale of York: Haxby, 1771-1811.
Smith, F. Thomas, M.A. (1991), York (Sheils, W.J.)
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The textile industry in Leigh, 1760-1860.
Rydings, Anthony D., M.Phil. (1991), Manchester (Farrie, D.A.)
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The changing use of land in Congleton during the period of its industrialization, 1750-1870.
Smith, Margaret, M.Phil. (1991), Manchester (Phillips, C.B.)
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