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Hexham Historian 16 (2006)
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Hexham Historian 16 (2006) Wayside crosses; Clock and watchmakers of Hexham; How many rioters were there?; The history of a house; Suffragettes in Hexham; Pattinsons of Hexham - and beyond.
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Anna Rossiter's study of Hexham in the 17th Century
For the first time we offer our publication directly from an online printing service (see the panel on the left of this page). Place your order with Blurb and about 10 days later (sometimes less) you will receive a printed and bound copy of the book. Anna Rossiter's study of Hexham in the 17th Century, is a magnificent 300 page volume describing the economy, society and government of a northern market town. It is available in both hard and soft covers and we offer a downloadable (digital) version in PDF format. Just follow the links below:
Click here to go to the Blurb bookshop for hardback or softback copies of the book
Click here to buy a downloadable digital version in PDF format if you are a society member
Click here to buy a downloadable digital version in PDF format if you are not a society member