A History of Birmingham

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BoD – Books on Demand, 2013 - 292 pages
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Detailed account of the history of Birmingham at the dawn of Industrial Revolution. Contains chapters the various trades, recreational areas, government etc. Originally published in 1783.
 

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Contents

SOME ACCOUNT OF THE DERIVATION OF THE NAME
1
BATTLE OF CAMPHILL 1643
27
TRADE
40
BANK
67
COURT OF REQUESTS
78
THEATRES
105
IKENIELD STREET
118
PUDDING BROOK
149
COMMONLY THE BLUE SCHOOL
166
WELCH CROSS
179
SAINT PHILLIPS
198
CANAL
213
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William Hutton is Assistant Professor of Classical Studies at the College of William & Mary, Virginia. He has published articles on classical studies in Minos and Ancient History Bulletin.

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