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Symes, R. A.
Tracing Your Ancestors Through Letters and Personal Writings: a Guide for Family Historians
(Pen and Sword, 2016). Could your ancestors write their own names or did they mark official documents with a cross? Why did great-grandfather write so cryptically on a postcard home during the First World War? Why did great-grandmother copy all the letters she wrote into letter-books? How unusual was it that great-uncle sat down and wrote a poem, or a memoir? Researching Family History Through Ancestors' Personal Writings looks at the kinds of (mainly unpublished) writing that could turn up amongst family papers from the Victorian period onwards - a time during which writing became crucial for holding families together and managing their collective affairs. With industrialisation, improved education, and far more geographical mobility, British people of all classes were writing for new purposes, with new implements, in new styles, using new modes of expression and new methods of communication (e.g. telegrams and postcards). Our ancestors had an itch for scribbling from the most basic marks (initials, signatures and graffiti on objects as varied as trees, rafters and window ledges), through more emotionally-charged kinds of writing such as letters and diaries, to more creative works such as poetry and even fiction. This book shows family historians how to get the most out of documents written by their ancestors and, therefore, how better to understand the people behind the words. Paperback. New book, fine. ix + 270pp. Order No. NSBK-A15529
Keywords: 9781473855434, family, geneaology, family trees, geneaological, diaries, social history, family historians, ancestors, literacy, correspondence, journals, autobiographies, signatures, commonplace books
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Robertson, Emma.
Chocolate, Women and Empire: a Social and Cultural History
(MUP, 2009). Hardback. Some scattered pen annotation, not affecting legibility, otherwise good in dustwrapper. xiii + 249pp. Order No. NSBK-C15297
Keywords: 9780719077777, Rowntrees, chocolate, history, factories, York, women workers, women and work, Empire, imperialism, confectionery, global economy, Nigeria, cocoa farms, gender, chocolate making
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Rowntree, B. Seebohm, ed.
Betting and Gambling: a National Evil
(Macmillan, 2nd edition, sixpenny edition, 1906). Paperback. Wear to spine.Foxing to covers & front cover partly detached. A couple of internal pgs slightly torn, (not affecting text's legibility), otherwise a good working copy. 132pp. Order No. NSBK-A13344
Keywords: B000OIIMHG, gambling, betting, bets, Rowntree, Rowntrees, B. Seebohm Rowntree, history, hobbies, leisure, Edwardian, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK, women gamblers, male gamblers, sport, sports, York, stock exchange, crime, gamblers, citizenship, street betting, ethics, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK
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