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Issue 132: January/February 2011 Issue 132: January/February 2011

What did the Romans ever do for Dorset — News
Oxfam's Bookfest needs you! — News
History of an art school unearthed — News
New resources to help uncover Freemasonry — News
National Library of Scotland celebrates Bell Rock bicentenary — News
Lancashire village tradition preserved — News
Flood exhibition in Maidenhead — News
Brixton Windmill sets sail — News
Renaissance defences rediscovered — News
Glimpses of a Past Economy — Trevor James
Enfield, North East London: From Country Town to Industrial Suburb — John Springhall
Shrove Tuesday Football at Atherstone — Colin Harris
Myth and Reality: Warwickshire Courtroom Drama — John Lethbridge
Out and about looking at Crinkle Crankle Walls — Trevor James
6 pages of reviews

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Issue 133: March/April 2011 Issue 133: March/April 2011

Growing Problems with Britain's Churches — News
Obituary: John Gent (1932-2011) — News
Highlight on Heritage Open Weekend — News
The Railway Heritage Trust and War Memorials — News
Developing the Two Saints Way — News
Flats form basis of new TV documentary — News
New King's Museum opens in Old Aberdeen — News
Heritage Sector asks how it can help Volunteer Groups — News
Local History can reveal an historic 'Big Society' — Dr Trevor James
Kirkcudbright — Sandy MacRobert
The Terrible Trevis, Schoolmaster Cruelty in the 17th Century — David Paterson
'All Fired Up and Nowhere to Go' The impact of World War II on the London Brick Company, Stewartby, Bedfordshire — Stuart Antrobus
Helston Furry Dance, 8th May — Dr Trevor James
6 pages of reviews 

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Issue 134: May/June 2011 Issue 134: May/June 2011

'Our Hut' to focus on Stockwell Bus Garage — News
Railway Archaeology in East London — News
English Heritage unveils hidden treasures at Evans Silver Factory — News
The Stirling Tapestries — News
Exploring Browne's Hospital, Stamford, Lincolnshire — News
Re-enactment recalls Battle of Bosworth — News
Cornish mine visitors get interactive — News
Northampton explores its shoe industry links — News
Researching Local History of 18th & 19th-Century London Online — News
Reading the Landscape — Dr Trevor James
Ulster's Portstewart: An Exclusive Seaside Resort. From 1790s To Present — John Springhall
Corn Dollies at Siddington — Colin Harris
Enticed into Education, The Story of a Preston Ragged School — Linda Parkins
Discovering London's Lost Docks — Fiona Rule
5 pages of reviews 

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Issue 135: July/August 2011 Issue 135: July/August 2011

Yorkshire Luddism is commemorated — News
Living Green Visitor Centre to open at Morden Hall Park, London — News
Gloucs village social history goes on-line — News
New discovery of Celtic chieftain's fort set to rewrite Scottish history — News
Stevenage celebrates 60 year anniversary — News
The AA releases new time machine app — News
Villages' plans out for consultation — News
The National Monuments Records, helping you explore your local area — News
What happened to Peckham? — Dr Trevor James
Social Designs — Richard Stone
The Pretoria Pit Disaster, No.3 Bank Pit, Hulton Colliery, Westhoughton — Jack Unwin
Stonebreakers and Stonepickers — Diana R Mackarill
Confessions of a Suburban Historian — Richard Olney
6 pages of reviews

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Issue 136: September/October 2011 Issue 136: September/October 2011

Exeter Museum nearly all set to re-open — News
British Records Association Annual Conference — News
Museum uses QR codes for fresh view — News
Do you remember Sheffield in the 1980s? Project appeals for help — News
Heritage award winners announced — News
The Wakefield Manor Court Rolls: recent causes for celebration — News
Archaeology begins at Scottish visitor centre — News
'Cloth'd in black', Exploring charcoal-burning evidence — Dr Trevor James
'Paying the Price', Murder in the Birmingham Gun Quarter, Part One — John Lethbridge
Follies Go Digital — Gwyn Headley
Derby's Golden Age — Harry Butterton
Northern Rebellion participation in 1569 — Sarah Newman
6 pages of reviews 

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Issue 137: November/December 2011 Issue 137: November/December 2011

Who wants to be a volunteer — News
The Peckham Society News: 125 editions and still going strong — News
Christmas comes early for eleven of Scotland's Churches — News
Seal from Stone Priory found in Surrey — News
National Museum of Scotland celebrates reaching a million — News
Google donates £550k to Bletchley Park — News
Four million pages of historical newspapers now searchable online — News
Theatre company brings history to life — News
Fundraising appeal hits halfway mark — News
Seventeenth Century Immigrants — Dr Trevor James
'Paying the Price', Murder in the Birmingham Gun Quarter, Part Two — John Lethbridge
The Lost Village of Pollphail — James Carron
The Battle of Barking Creek — Peter Brown
The West Midlands 'Cakes and Ale' Trails — Bob Bibby
6 pages of reviews 

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