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Issue 71, Spring 2011

Table of Contents


Digital Sources, Access and 'History of a Nation'?

pp. 1-4

Articles and Essays

Captain Swing in the North: the Carlisle Riots of 1830

pp. 5-28

The Poor Law Commission: a New Digital Resource for Nineteenth-century Domestic Historians

pp. 29-48

Secrets and Lies: the Radical Potential of Family History

pp. 49-73

African Nationalist or British Loyalist?: The Complicated Case of Tiyo Soga

pp. 74-97

'Women do not count, neither shall they be counted': Suffrage, Citizenship and the Battle for the 1911 Census

pp. 98-127

Polish Migration: Moving Beyond the Iron Curtain

pp. 128-146

Feature: Working London

Eleanor Mosley and Other Milliners in the City of London Companies 1700-1750

pp. 147-172

Investigating Work in late Nineteenth-century London

pp. 173-193

Kinship and Community in Victorian London: the 'Beckwith Frogs'

pp. 194-218


Memory and History in Northern Ireland

pp. 219-231

Freedom Fighters

pp. 231-239

Why Mahler, Why Now?

pp. 239-246

Mesopotomanian Myths

pp. 247-252

Epistolary History

pp. 253-259

Historicizing Genocide

pp. 259-266

Hybrid Knowledge

pp. 267-273


pp. 274-278

Report Back

The Forty Years' Crisis: Refugees in Europe 1919-1959, Birkbeck College, University of London, 14-16 September 2010

pp. 279-283

Disability History: Looking Forward to a Better Past?, 25-26 June 2010, University of Central Lancashire, Preston

pp. 283-287


Patricia M. Crawford, 1941-2009

pp. 289-292

Howard Zinn (1922-2010), Historian as Story Teller

pp. 293-297

Jim Fyrth 1918-2010

pp. 298-305

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