Avon Local History & Archaeology

Books

Since 2009, Avon Local History & Archaeology has published a series of small books on aspects of Avon history. We have now published 24 titles, all of which are still in print and are listed on this site

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Books

Since 2009, ALHA has published a series of small books on aspects of Avon history. We have now published 23 titles, all of which are still in print and are listed on this site. Books are about 42 pages in length, and are written by experts in their field.


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Joseph Bettey 978 1 911592 01 3 In addition to three monastic houses and eighteen parish churches, four friaries and many hospitals,... View More

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Mary Wright 978 1 911592 02 0 The Blue Maids Orphanage opened in 1795, a generation before Muller’s Orphanage. But it lay... View More

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William Evans. Illustrated by Simon Gurr 978 1 911592 03 7 Conventional history is all very well, but it goes on too... View More

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Michael Whitfield 978 1 911592 04 4 Dr Henry Goodeve was a distinguished Victorian physician who made his reputation in British India.... View More

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Peter Malpass 978 1 911592 05 1 The Bristol Dock Company was set up in 1803 to finance, carry out and operate... View More

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Elizabeth White 978 1 911592 06 8 Keynsham in the late nineteenth century seemed just the place for a free non-denominational Board... View More

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Kathleen Hapgood 978 1 911592 07 5 The Bristol Library Society took over the old Jacobean library founded by Robert Redwood and... View More

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Joseph Bettey 978 1 911592 08 2 The original Morning Star of the Reformation was John Wycliffe, whose teaching prefigured much that... View More

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Michael Whitfield 978 1 911592 09 9 In 1849, Bristol suffered its second outbreak of cholera. Among those who rallied to counter... View More

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Peter Malpass 978 1 911592 10 5 In 1850, Redland was still largely a rural area outside the city of Bristol. By... View More

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Joseph Bettey 978 1 911592 11 2 In 1530, England was an orthodox Catholic country whose King had been proclaimed Defender of... View More

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Mick Aston 978 1 911592 12 9 In Shapwick & Winscombe, the late Mick Aston tells about work on two Somerset parishes:... View More

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Chris Heal 978 1 911592 13 6 For over three centuries from the time of Elizabeth I a felt-hat industry flourished in... View More

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Chris Heal 978 1 911592 14 3 At the end of the eighteenth century, Bristol & South Gloucestershire were home to a... View More

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Michael Whitfield 978 1 911592 15 0 Homoeopathy was as controversial in the nineteenth century as it is today, but it flourished... View More

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Joseph Bettey 978 1 911592 16 7 St James’s Fair was the first and for seven hundred years the most famous of... View More

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John Stevens 978 1 911592 17 4 In the period following the Reform Act of 1832 Bristol voters still had two votes... View More

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Brian Vincent and Raymond Holland 978 1 911592 18 1 Chemistry only emerged as a science in the later 18th century. Since... View More

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Peter Malpass and Michael Whitfield 978 1 911592 19 8 In the first half of the 19th century, Bristol was one of... View More

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Murray Stewart 978 1 911592 20 4 Between 1911 and 1921, Abbots Leigh experienced both the Great War and the sale of... View More

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Brian Vincent 978 1 911592 21 1 Around 1780 two brothers, John and William Herapath, moved from Devon to Bristol where they... View More

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Kathleen Hapgood 978 1 911592 22 8 Barton Hill, Bromley Heath, Downend, Eastville, Easton, Fishponds, Greenbank, Hillfields, Kingswood, Mangotsfield, Redfield, St George,... View More

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Nicholas Orme 978 1 911592 23 5 The Guild of Kalendars was Bristol’s most ancient religious guild, existing for at least... View More

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Richard Coates 978 1 911592 24 2 Henry John Wilkins was a progressive force in local politics before entering the great tradition... View More

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