Oldham Local History Publications

Publications reflecting Oldham's history

Oldham Local History Publications

Oldham Local History Publications

About Us

The history of Oldham during the nineteenth century is one of dramatic change, from obscure Penine village to cotton spinning capital of the world. Oldham's fascinating industrial history includes hatting, coal mining, textile machinery manufacture and cotton spinning. Oldham's recent history has seen the development of new industries to replace cotton, and the integration of new cultural traditions and religions.

Oldham Local Studies and Archives collects and preserves material relating to Oldham Metropolitan Borough, which includes the districts of Failsworth, Crompton, Royton, Chadderton, Lees and Saddleworth.

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Part 1: Books (page 1)

A variety of publications that reflect Oldham life past and present

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