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In this fourth session Susan Oosthuizen and Angus Winchester discussed the analysis of historic settlement through place names, mapping and the written record.
In this third session Dr Paul Dryburgh from TNA, discussed medieval state, its structure and its records. With a particular focus on local history.
The second session discussed how buildings in the built environment can be used as evidence for changes in settlement, population and social & economic history.
The first online training sessions by the CHPPC. The VCH team look at cartography and what good and bad historical mapping can do to aid your research.
An workshop on effective online engagement, hosted by staff from Layers of London - the IHR's collaborative digital mapping project
Held in June 2020, this half-day conference showcased research projects taking place across the VCH community, with guides to researching local history online.
To celebrate the VCH's 120th anniversary in 2019, counties each filled a special VCH Red Box with objects which tell the history of their place.
A seminar series hosted by the IHR's Centre for the History of People, Place and Community