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The Lancastrian : Friends of Real Lancashire Annual Magazine 2008
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The Lancastrian : Friends of Real Lancashire Annual Magazine 2008

By Dawson, Chris (editor)

Lancashire: Friends of Real Lancashire,. Pamphlet, 32pp. Card covers. Some black and white illustrations. A range of articles and snippets on matters relating to the traditional county of Lancashire from the Mersey to the edge of the Lake District. Articles feature both people and places and will be of interest to local and family historians. This issues includes an article on Harkirk Chapel in Little Crosby, Hylda Baker, castles of Lancashire. Lightly rubbed. Very good copy. . Pamphlet. 2008.

$1.97

The Lancastrian : Friends of Real Lancashire Annual Magazine 2007
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The Lancastrian : Friends of Real Lancashire Annual Magazine 2007

By Dawson, Chris (editor)

Lancashire: Friends of Real Lancashire,. Pamphlet, 32pp. Card covers. Some black and white illustrations. A range of articles and snippets on matters relating to the traditional county of Lancashire from the Mersey to the edge of the Lake District. Articles feature both people and places and will be of interest to local and family historians. This issues includes an article on William Walton, Salford, Ye Old Boar's Head Middleton, and Liverpool and the American Civil War. Lightly rubbed. Very good copy. . Pamphlet. 2007.

$1.97

Turtle at Mr. Humble's: The Fortunes of a Mercantile Family, England and  America 1758-1837
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Turtle at Mr. Humble's: The Fortunes of a Mercantile Family, England and America 1758-1837

By Rae, Pamela

Otley: Smith Settle,. Paperback. 236pp. The true story of the Buck and Whittaker families in the late eighteenth century. The extracts of letters with lively commentary tell the story of the Bucks of Bradford and the Whittakers of Manchester, and William Whittaker's eleven year exile in Charleston, South Carolina. Integral black and white illustrations throughout. Remains of label mark to front. Pen mark through bard code to back. Slightly sunned to spine. Very good copy. . Paperback. 1992.

$7.89

And Miss Carter Wore Pink: Scenes from an Edwardian Childhood

By Bradley, Helen

London: Jonathan Cape,. Hardback. Landscape format. 31pp. Lovely near-full page painting showing early twentieth century Lancashire. The artist reminiscences about her childhood in Lees. Clean and neat. Near fine copy in near fine dust wrapper. . Hardcover. 1973.

$10.51

The Lancashireman's Dictionary
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The Lancashireman's Dictionary

By Wright, Peter

Clapham: Dalesman Books,. Paperback. Unpaginated. A-Z of words and phrases common with the various Lancashire dialects and often applicable to other northern English dialects. Some integral black and white line drawings. Sunned to spine. Lightly rubbed to corners. Good+, sound copy. . Paperback. 1982.

$5.26

Cumbria's Fringe Benefits

By Davies, Ken

Chorley: Countryside Publications,. Paperback. 44pp. Gentle local tour round northern Lancashire, Cumberland and Westmorland covering Preston, Garstnag, Glasson Dock, Lancaster, Arnside, Penrith, Carlisle, Ravenglass etc. with much focus on the Lancaster Canal. Lightly rubbed. Slight, faint bleeding of colours to front image. Good+, sound copy. . Paperback. 1985.

$2.63

Lancashire Pride: An Illustrated Anthology of Verse and Prose
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Lancashire Pride: An Illustrated Anthology of Verse and Prose

Clapham: Dalesman,. Paperback. 96pp. Black and white photographs, many full page, throughout. A mixture of dialect and standard English. Includes poetry by the likes of Edwin Waugh as well as observations on the people and landscape from travellers including Celia Fiennes, Daniel Defoe, W. Harrison Ainsworth etc. as well as modern writers such as Bill Mitchell. Rubbed to corners. Light reading crease. Good+, sound copy. . Paperback. 1981.

$2.63

Pictures from the Past: Northern Life
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Pictures from the Past: Northern Life

By Atkinson, Frank

London: Haynes Publishing,. Paperback. 96pp. Photographic social history of Lancashire, Yorkshire, Co Durham, Cumberland, Westmorland, and Northumberland, mainly covering the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. Domestic, work and recreational scenes with commentary. Hint of a crease to the front otherwise clean, bright and neat. Very good copy. . Paperback. 1998.

$3.94

A Century of Lancashire

By Makepeace, Chris

Stroud: Sutton,. Paperback. 122pp. A history twentieth century of Lancashire in black and white photographs. Follows the boundaries of traditional Lancashire from the Mersey to the Lake District. Clean, bright and neat. Very good copy. . Paperback. 2007.

$5.26

Pennine Birds: A Visitor's Handbook
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Pennine Birds: A Visitor's Handbook

By Mitchell, W. R. and Richard William Robson

Clapham: Dalesman,. Paperback. 96pp. A guide to birds covering the whole Pennine area from the Cheviot Hills to the Peak District. Black and white illustrations throughout. A little surface rubbed. Somewhat tanned to spine. Good, sound copy. . Paperback. 1977.

$5.26

Whalley in 1902: A Coronation Souvenir

Guide and history of the Lancashire town. Black and white photographs throughout Disbound: cloth spine has disintegrated and the book is totally disbound but appears complete. Requires repair . None.

$2.63

Lancashire History Makers
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Lancashire History Makers

By Read, Gordon

Wakefield: EP Publishing,. Hardback. 96pp. Biographies of 12 Lancashire figures: Thomas, 1st Earl of Derby; George Marsh, farmer, preacher, martyr; Humphrey Chetham; Richard Arwright; Francis, Third Duke of Bridgewater; William Roscoe; Sir John Barriw; Captain Crow, last Liverpool slave captain; Elizabeth Gaskell; William Hesketh Lever, 1st Viscount Leverhulme; L S Lowry; Kathleen Ferrier. Brown boards with silver titles. Dust wrapper is a little tanned. Very good copy in Good dw. . Hardcover. 1975.

$5.26

Pennine Mill Trail

By Powell, Ken

Save Britain's Heritage. 40pp. A look at the mills of Yorkshire, Lancashire and Derbyshire. Small number of colour photographs. Black and white photographs throughout. Slightly faded to spine edge. Very good copy. . Pamphlet.

$3.94

Burnley: A Town Trail

By Catlow, Richard, David J. Ellis and Ken Spencer

Burnley: Burnley and Dixtrict Civic Trust.. 24pp. Black and white photorgaphs throughout. Lightly rubbed. A little faded. Very good copy. . Pamphlet.

$3.94

The Parish Church of Saint Mary and All Saints Whalley, Lancashire
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The Parish Church of Saint Mary and All Saints Whalley, Lancashire

By Snape, Rev. H. C.

24pp. Brief history of Whalley followed by the history of the church. Stapled binding. Old dry label mark to front. lightly rubbed with slight creasing to corners. Good+, sound copy. . Pamphlet. sixth edition. 1978.

$2.63

In the Steps of Edwin Waugh: An Anthology of the Work of past and present Memebers of the Edwin Waugh Dialect Society in Rochdale.

Rochdale: Edwin Waugh Dialect Society,. Pamphlet. 53pp. Signed by the President Harvey Kershaw MBE and with 1980-81 syllabus card enclosed. also enclosed typed sheets of dialect poetry by Harvey Hershaw some of which are signed. Slightly rubbed. Slightly dusty to edges. Good+, sound copy. . Pamphlet. 1980.

$6.57

The Lancastrian : Friends of Real Lancashire Annual Magazine 2009
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The Lancastrian : Friends of Real Lancashire Annual Magazine 2009

By Dawson, Chris (editor)

Lancashire: Friends of Real Lancashire,. Pamphlet, 31pp. Card covers. Some black and white illustrations. A range of articles and snippets on matters relating to the traditional county of Lancashire from the Mersey to the edge of the Lake District. Articles feature both people and places and will be of interest to local and family historians. This issues includes an article on M6 Britain's first motorway, Lancashire castles, The Lancaster Bomber, Baines' Lancashire and Tim Bobbin the dialect poet. Light coffee type stain to back. lightly rubbed, curled to corners. Good, sound copy. . Pamphlet. 2009.

$1.97

Poems for the Fourth Biennial Bolton Festival
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Poems for the Fourth Biennial Bolton Festival

By Dunne, Tom

Bolton: Bolton Festival Committee,. Pamphlet. 47pp. Lancashire dialect poems. Lightly rubbed to edges. Very slightly faded. Very good copy. . Paperback. 1985.

$2.63

The Humorous verse of Jimmy Fell and one that isn't a little bit funny
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The Humorous verse of Jimmy Fell and one that isn't a little bit funny

By Fell, Jimmy

Published by the author. Unpaginated. Poetry in either standard English or a modified Lancashire dialect (designed to be understood by those outside of Lancashire) Signed by Jimmy Fell to author's foreword page, ''Best Wishes, Jimmy Fell''. Stapled binding. Lightly rubbed. Very good copy. . Pamphlet. First edition.

$3.94

Old Trafford

By Marshall, John

Newton Abbot: Sportsmans Book Club,. Hardback. 170p. The history of Lancashire County Cricket Club with focus on the ground at Old Trafford. From the nineteenth century beginnings to the present day. Dust wrapper is complete but scuffed to surface and rubbed to edges. Very good copy in Fair dw. . Hardcover. 1973.

$5.26

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