18th-19th Century

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Nationality, class and gender in 19th-century Scottish education: the schooling of working-class girls.
McDermid, Jane H., Ph.D. (2000), London (Aldrich, Richard E.)
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Concepts of Baptist ministry mainly in the period between 1850 and 1900.
Nicholls, Michael K., Ph.D. (1999), Keele (Briggs, John H.Y.; Vincent, David M.)
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John Henry Newman and the Oratory School, 1857-72: the establishment of a Catholic public school by converts from the Oxford Movement.
Shrimpton, Paul A., Ph.D. (2000), London (Aldrich, Richard E.)
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History of the Open Brethren in Scotland, 1838-1999.
Dickson, Neil T.R., Ph.D. (2000), Stirling (Bebbington, David W.)
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The origins of the Baptist Union of Scotland, 1800-70.
Talbot, Brian R., Ph.D. (1999), Stirling (Bebbington, David W.)
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The decline of Enlightenment Calvinism in the theologies of three 19th-century British Baptists.
Campbell, Russell S., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Bebbington, David W.; Garnett, E. Jane)
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The inverted city: London and the constitution of homosexuality, 1885-1914.
Cook, Matthew D., Ph.D. (2000), London (Pick, Daniel M.)
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From separation to integration: the care of orphan and destitute children in Sheffield, 1860-1920.
Handley, Jack, M.Phil. (1999), Sheffield (Binfield, J. Clyde G.)
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Why we're all going on a summer holiday: the role of working-class organisations in the development of popular tourism, 1850-1950.
Barton, Susan Renou, Ph.D. (1999), De Montfort (Lanfranchi, Pierre)
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Penal reform and prison administration, with special reference to the example of Wakefield prison, 1865-95
Harrison, Janet F., Ph.D. (2000), Leeds (Whiting, Richard C.; Donajgrodski, Antony P.)
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Fraud, 1875-1914: the ethics of white collar crime.
Riley, James P., Ph.D. (2000), Lancaster (Archer, John E.; Parker, Christopher J.W.)
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Crime and protest in early 19th-century Herefordshire.
Shakesheff, Timothy, Ph.D. (2000), Coventry (Porter, Dilwyn; Rule, John G.)
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Juvenile delinquency in Lancashire, c.1850-1908: residential care and treatment.
Jolley, Sandra, Ph.D. (2000), Central Lancashire (Levitt, Ian; Vernon, Keith)
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Small fortunes: property, inheritance and the middling sort in Stockport, 1800-57.
Owens, Alastair J., Ph.D. (2000), London (Ogborn, Miles J.)
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The introduction and development of electricity in the S. Wales coal industry to 1926.
Jones, Alan V., Ph.D. (1999), Wales
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The Revolt of the Field and churches in the south of England.
Mabuchi, Akira, Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Thompson, David M.)
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The idea of 'public opinion' in Britain, 1870-1914.
Thompson, James, Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge (Clarke, Peter F.)
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The decline and end of the lead mining industry in the northern Pennines, 1865-1914: a socio-economic comparison between Wensleydale, Swaledale and Teesdale.
Flynn, Colin G., M.A. (2000), Durham (Lomas, Richard A.)
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A comparative study of public health in Wakefield, Halifax and Doncaster, 1865-1914.
Goschl, K.S.M., Ph.D. (2000), Cambridge
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Collective strategies of Clydeside capital, 1870-1920.
Johnston, Ronald J., Ph.D. (1999), Strathclyde (McIvor, Arthur J.)
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The history of the British euthanasia movement, c.1870-1970.
Kemp, Nicholas D.A., D.Phil. (2000), Oxford (Weindling, Paul J.)
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Origins and evolution of special education for children with intellectual disabilities in Greater Glasgow, 1862-1962.
McMillan, Lachlan, Ph.D. (1998), Strathclyde
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Nineteenth-century social history, with particular reference to food, health and nutrition in the E. Midlands.
Amos, Denise M., Ph.D. (2000), Nottingham (Beckett, John V.)
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'Crowded Nightly': popular entertainment outside London during the 19th and early 20th century.
Featherstone, Ann D., Ph.D. (2000), London
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British homeopathy during two centuries.
Morrell, Peter, M.Phil. (1999), Staffordshire
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Women, credit and finance in England, 1780-1826.
Wiskin, Christine M., Ph.D. (2000), Warwick (Berg, Maxine L.)
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Political, economic, social and cultural determinants in the history of early to mid 19th-century art and design education in Britain.
Romans, Mervyn, Ph.D. (1998), Central England in Birmingham
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The endowed grammar schools of Shropshire, the Careswell exhibitions and the response of the local communities to educational reform, 1860-1914.
Turnock, John L., Ph.D. (1998), Manchester
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The celebration movement and the influence of J.F. Herbart on moral education in England through the work of Frank Herbert Hayward (1872-1954).
Rawnsley, Rosalind, Ph.D. (1998), Manchester
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Civic life and education in 19th-century Manchester: a study of Benjamin and Oliver Heywood.
Foy, Christopher J., M.Phil. (1997), Manchester
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