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Issue 100: January/February 2005 Issue 100: January/February 2005

A local history century — Robert Howard
London winner — News
Promoting Joseph Priestley: the 'Joseph Priestley and Birmingham Project — Dr Malcolm Dick

Local history past, present and future: perspectives from fourteen local historians
Using historical knowledge in campaigns — John Beasley
Twenty years of West London local history — Val Bott
The Loneliness of the Local Historian — Allan Brigham
My ideal gentleman's club — John Chandler
The growing swell of grass-roots enthusiasm — Sue Clayton
An extraordinarily rich environment — Brian Davey
The view from Richmond — Simon Fowler
From a former Field Officer now grazing in retirement — David Hayns
Local history in and around Manchester — Chris E Makepeace
Supporting the people's local histories — Alan Rogers
Archives are a fantastic tool — Kate Thompson
More and better: the impact of technology on local history publishing — Bob Trubshaw
An explosion of information — Jill Wishart
Local History in the North East — Joan Foster

The conservation of the Mary Watts-Russell Memorial Cross, Ilam — Phil Mottram
6 pages of book reviews 

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Issue 101: March/April 2005 Issue 101: March/April 2005

Parks for private hire — News
The North at War — News
Local Heritage Initiative tops 1,000 grants — News
An Englishman's home is his stable — David Cawdell
The mermen of Castle Street — Pamela Kilgour
S P B Mais: ambassador of the countryside, champion of village cricket — Maisie Robson
'Making good',but not making local history — David Hayns
The Birmingham and District Local History Association — Patrick Baird
Earlswood: A Resort for Brummies — John Pettinger
2 pages of book reviews
3 pages of periodical reviews 

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Issue 102: May/June 2005 Issue 102: May/June 2005

Camden Asian celebrated — News
Carriages built to order — J D Bennett
The Beccles Dialect Project — Anne Deed Frith
Journeys and Geography — Diana Mackarill
The other Notting Hill — Chris Holmes
Drive by drovers — David Hayns
A place for place-names — Chris Lewis
3 pages of book reviews
4 pages of periodical reviews 

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Issue 103: July/August 2005 Issue 103: July/August 2005

Faden's 1797 Map of Norfolk digitally redrawn - News
The arrival of Red Cross parcels in the Channel Islands, December 1944 - Brian Ahier
The use of Kelly's Directories to investigate the furniture trades - Karen Wilson
Washday in the Archives - John Camp
The chutney makers of Church Street - David Hayns
3 pages of book reviews
2 pages of periodical reviews 

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Issue 104: September/October 2005 Issue 104: September/October 2005

Local history's power to save — News
Remembering our cinema heritage — John Clancy
Scandal in Surrey? Nonconformist connections past and present — Allan Brigham
The Wilkinson Letters — Ken Howe
History, Heritage and Education — Malcolm Dick
Extending the knowledge of our boundaries — David Hayns
6 pages of reviews 

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Issue 105: November/December 2005 Issue 105: November/December 2005

Bristol's enduring achievement — News
Hay market to shops — News
Boost for shops history — News
What's a pound worth nowadays? — David Hayns
Dean Mahomet: travel writer, curry entrepreneur and shampooer to the king — James Bartlett
Bridges and the local historian — David Harrison
Stories from the Suburbs: creating an oral history of the City of Joondalup — Helan Rafferty & Judith Jacobs
7 pages of book reviews
3 pages of periodical reviews 

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