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THE HISTORY & TRADITIONS OF RAVENSTONEDALE WESTMORLAND

By NICHOLLS Rev W.:

Book House Ravenstonedale 1996 . Paperback ISBN 0902520083 Looks like new apart from minor fanning of cover at edge of front cover. . 113 pages. A reprint of the 1877 edition of Volume One. 8" x 5.5" Wt 0.4 Kg Very Good+

$8.01

Autumn 1939 - Yamim Noraim: Memorial Book for East European Jews who Lived in Germany

By REBHUN Ze'ev:

Erez, Jerusalem, 1999. . Hardback ISBN 9657139015 Covers are slightly bumped at spine ends. Clean and unmarked book which looks little read. Text in English and Hebrew. Illustrated. This is a heavy book and there would be an additional charge for international postage. Wt 1.2 Kg Very Good

$46.70

Private Smith's Journal. Recollections of the Late War. (The Lakeside Classics)

By WALTON Clyde C. (editor) SMITH Private Benjamin T.:

Lakeside Press 1963 . Hardback Slight;y marked blue cloth covers with gilt decorations. Minor damage on front end paper where a smal label has been removed. Gilt top page edges. Illustrated. A story of the American Civil War. 253 pages Wt 0.5 Kg Good

$8.01

Ancient China (Then and There)

By BARRETT G. W.:

Longman 1983 . Paperback ISBN 0582204534 Seventh impression. Looks little read and still tight. Clean and unmarked. Illustrated 88 pages Wt 0.2 Kg Very Good

$6.54

Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society. Vol. LIII - New Series

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Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, GB, 1954 . Paperback Creased and rubbed covers with tears on spine. Some pages are fanned at corners. Illustrated. With Fold out diagrams. 289 pages Wt 0.5 Kg Good

$14.68

Sin, Sheep and Scotsmen: John George Adair and the Denyveagh Evictions, 1861 (Explorations in Irish history)
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Sin, Sheep and Scotsmen: John George Adair and the Denyveagh Evictions, 1861 (Explorations in Irish history)

By VAUGHAN W.E.:

Appletree Press 1983 . Paperback ISBN 0862811082 Worn covers with a split at the bottom of the spine. There are a number of indents on the front cover and the first 10 pages where the book as been knocked against something hard. Gift message written on the top of the title page. Whole book fanned at corners. Illustrated. 78 pages Wt 0.2 Kg Reading copy

$16.01

Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society. Vol. LXXV - New Series

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Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, GB, 1975 . Paperback Slightly creased and rubbed covers. Illustrated. With Fold out diagram. 396 pages Wt 0.5 Kg Good

$14.68

Northern History Volume 1 1966

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University of Leeds 1966 . Hardback EX-LIBRARY A hardback library bound issue of this Journal. Usual library labels and stamps. 166 pages Includes articles on the Border, Roman Military and the First Earl of Cumberland. Wt 0.6 Kg Good

$5.20

Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society. Vol. LVI - New Series. 1956

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Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, GB, 1957 . Paperback Slightly creased and rubbed covers. Illustrated. Fold out diagrams are slightly creased at edges. Includes articles on Milecastle, troutbeck, Cote How Tower, William De Parr, Rose Castle. 219 pages Wt 0.5 Kg Good

$14.68

Rethinking disability representation in Museums and Galleries.

By DODD Jocelyn , SANDELL Richard, JOLLY Debbie & JONES Ceri:

RMCG 2008 . Paperback ISBN 9781898489467 Oblong book with slightly creased covers. LACKS THE DVD BEHIND THE SHADOW OF MERRICK which should be in the rear cover pocket. Illustrated. Wt 0.9 Kg Good

$12.01

Explore Handbook: Improving Access to Galleries for Disabled and Deaf People

By ENGAGE Katy Culbard Eileen Daly:

Engage 2009 . Paperback ISBN 9780955908835 Spiral bound book with CD inside rear cover. Illustrated. In English and Welsh. Wt 0.5 Kg Good

$13.34

Engage 24: Digital Doorways - Autumn 2009

By ENGAGE:

Engage 2009 . Paperback Clean and tight book. Illustrated. 82 pages Wt 0.35 Kg Very Good

$10.66

The Pocket History of Freemasonry.

By PICK Fred L & KNIGHT G Norman:

London. Frederick Muller. 1953. . Hardback. 1st Ed. Black cloth with gilt spine titles in chipped dustwrapper with wear & small tears to edges. 6.7" x 4.4". 294 pp. inc. index. Wt: 0.4 Kg. Good+ (Good-)

$26.69

A History of the English People in 1815. In Three volumes (Pelican)

By HALEVY Elie:

Penguin 1937 and 1938 . Paperback Pelican Nos A9, A15 and A30 All have owners details on front end paper. Volume 1 3rd imoression. Bright covers. Pages tanned. Dustwrapper tattered with front flap missing and tears.Volume 2 First Penguin edition. Bright covers. Pages tanned. Dustwrapper has small tears with wear at spine ends. Volume 3 First Penguin edition. Grubby covers with wear along edges of the spine. Pages tanned.Wt 0.6 Kg Good (Poor)

$13.34

Only yesterday: an informal history of the 1920's in America Two volumes. (Pelican)

By ALLEN F.L.:

Penguin 1938 . Paperback First Penguin edition. Pelican No A25 and A26 Two volumes. Both books have covers which are worn at spine edges with small nicks at spine ends. Pages are browned. Wt 0.4 Kg Good

$6.67

The memoirs of Sir James Melville of Halhill,: Containing an impartial account of the most remarkable affairs of state during the sixteenth century . author was personally and publicly concerned;

By DONALDSON Gordon & MELVILLE Sir James:

The Folio Society 1969 . Hardback Clean and unamrked book which looks little read. Slightly faded on spine. Slip case is very slightly rubbed at corners. Illustrated 178 pages Wt 0.75 Kg Very Good (Very Good)

$5.34

The Railway Navvies: A history of the men who made the railways

By COLEMAN Terry:

Hutchinson of London 1965 . Hardback First edition. Clean and unmarked book. Dustwrapper is slightly rubbed at the top of the spine. Illustrated. 224 pagesThe story of the men who built the railways, the unknown labourers of the 19th century. Preached at and plundered, sworn at and swindled, these people endured perils and disasters and carved out of the English countryside a new iron-age architecture. Wt 0.6 Kg Very Good (Very Good)

$12.01

Museums and Popular Culture (Contemporary Issues In Museum Culture)

By MOORE Kevin:

Cassell 1997 . Hardback ISBN 0718514351 First edition. Clean and bright book with illustrated laminated cover. Looks unread. The author develops rationales for the intuition that popular culture is worthy subject for museums, and offers specific advice for creating exhibits that both portray and elicit the excitement of people's own culture with speaking stones, singing objects, sex, drugs, rock and roll, football, and other approaches. 182 pages Wt 0.5 Kg Very Good+

$25.35

Art and Artifact: The Museum as Medium Revised edition.

By PUTNAM James:

Thames and Hudson 2009 . Paperback ISBN 9780500288351 Revised paperback edition. Book looks unread BUT it is bowed perhaps by being stored incorrectly. Profusely illustrated. 216 pages This is a heavy book and there would be an additional charge for international postage. Wt 1.1 Kg Good

$6.67

Hello are You Working? Memories of the Thirties in the north east of England

By ARMSTRONG, Keith and BENYON, Hugh (eds.):

Strong Words Erdesdun Publications, Whitley Bay Tyne & Wear, 1977 . Paperback Stapled pamphlet with slightly creased Illustrated card covers with small split at bottom of spine. Whole pamphlet is slightly creased at top corner. Illustrated. 94 pages Wt 0.25 Kg Good

$6.00

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