Essays in Bristol and Gloucestershire History: The Centenary Volume of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society (Edited by Patrick Mcgrath & John Cannon)

Essays in Bristol and Gloucestershire History: The Centenary Volume of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society (Edited by Patrick Mcgrath & John Cannon) lands on the shelves of my shop, where it will be found in my Local History section. priced at just £4.00!

Bristol: Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 1976, Hardback in dust wrapper.

Contains: Black & white photographs; List of abbreviations; Portrait to the frontispiece; 1 essays: The Society 1876-1976 Elizabeth Ralph; The Archaeology Of Megaliths: An Historical Note Glyn Daniel; Roman Sculpture In Gloucestershire J. M. C. Toynbee; Bristol Under The Normans David Douglas; The Origins Of St. Augustine’s Bristol J. C. Dickinson; The Perpendicular Style In The Cotswolds David Verey; Projects For Gentlemen, Jobs For The Poor: Mutual Aid In The Vale Of Tewkesbury, 1600-1630 Joan Thirsk; The Gloucestershire Spas: An Eighteenth Century Parallel By Bryan Little; A Refuge From Revolution: The American Loyalists’ Residence In Bristol Peter Marshall; Brunel In Bristol R. A. Buchanan; The Economic Development Of Bristol In The Nineteenth-Century: An Enigma? W. E. Alford;

Very Good in Very Good Dust Wrapper.

Red boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. [XVIII] 300 pages. Index. 8¾” x 5½”.

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