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Moss, Peter & Fonda, Nickie, eds.
Work and the Family:
(Temple Smith, 1980). Hardback. Very good in slightly worn dustwrapper. 224pp. Order No. NSBK-C1436
Keywords: 0851171990, work, family, twentieth century, sociology
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Arlott, John.
Island Camera: The Isles of Scilly in the photography of the Gibson Family
(David and Charles, 1972). Written in collaboration with Rex Cowan and Frank Gibson. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Hardback. Boards and fly leaf slightly soiled, otherwise good + in torn dustwrapper. 110pp. Order No. NSBK-A10434
Keywords: 0715357743, Isles of Scilly, Gibson family, families, islands, photos, photography, photographs, Scillonians, ships, shipping, coasts, coastal, sea birds, Victorian, twentieth century, Edwardian, nineteenth century, 19th
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Seccombe, Wally.
A Millennium of Family Change: Feudalism to Capitalism in Northwestern Europe
(Verso, 1992). Hardback. Very good in slightly chipped dustwrapper. vii + 343pp. Order No. NSBK-C11822
Keywords: 0860913325, family, families, feudalism, capitalism, capitalists, Europe, European, Northwestern, politics, political, economic, economy, economies
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Symes, Ruth A.
Family First: Tracing Relationships in the Past
(Pen and Sword, 2015). Husbands, wives, fathers, mothers, children, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents - these are the relationships that structure the family tree and fascinate the family historian. But how much do we really know about how our ancestors lived out these multiple roles? Buffeted this way and that by economic developments, legal changes, medical advances, Two World Wars, the rise of the Welfare State, women's emancipation and many other factors, relationships between members of our family in the past were subtly different to those of today and continually transforming. This book is both a social history of the period 1800-1950 and a practical guide on how to set about tracing and better understanding the relationships between members of your own family. What did it mean to be a father in this period, but also, how might you discover the father of an ancestor if his name is not mentioned on the birth certificate? What common ideas were held about the role of wives and mothers, but also, how were multiple births, stillbirths, abortions and infanticides dealt with in the records? What factors might have influenced the size of your ancestor's family, but also why were its children named as they were? Did pecking order in a family matter, but also, was it legal to marry a cousin, or the sister of a deceased wife? How long could people expect to live, but also what records can tell you more about the circumstances of your ancestors' last years? A final chapter considers relationships with neighbours, friends and club associates. Hardback. New book, fine in dustwrapper. 223pp. Order No. NSBK-C15530
Keywords: 9781473833883, family relationships, family trees, geneaology, geneaological, social history, ancestors, tracing ancestors, fathers, mothers, siblings, cousins, women, welfare state, infants, clubs, grandparents
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Collier, Frances.
The Family Economy of the Working Classes in the Cotton Industry, 1784-1833:
(MUP, rpt., 1968). Edited by R.S. Fitton. Hardback. Page edges soiled, spine ends slightly bumped, otherwise good+ in soiled and torn dustwrapper. x + 94pp. Order No. NSBK-A11761
Keywords: 0719000181, economy, economics, economic, finances, financial, Family, familes, cotton, cotton industry, factory, factories, Industrial Revolution, industrial, industrialisation, industrialization, nineteenth century, eighteenth century, industry, work, 18th, 19th
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Westwood, Sallie.
All Day Every Day: Factory and Family in the Making of Women's Lives
(Pluto Press, 1984). Paperback. Cover soiled and bent, otherwise good. viii + 259pp. Order No. NSBK-C12713
Keywords: 0861047605, ethnicity, work, labour, factory, factories, women's history, woman, women, women's studies, female, females, feminine, gender, women's work, women and work, family, children, twentieth century, 20th, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK, feminism, feminists, shopfloor, Asians, Indians, hosiery, Needletown
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Elliot, Faith Robertson.
The Family: Change or Continuity:
(Macmillan Education, 1989). Paperback. Spine faded, otherwise very good. xi + 235pp. Order No. NSBK-C9678
Keywords: 0333329708, family, families, women's studies, feminism, feminists, women, woman, women's movement, children, twentieth century, 20th, child, abortion, marriage, parenthood, parents
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Burnett, John, ed.
Destiny Obscure: Autobiographies of Childhood, Education and Family from the 1820s to the 1920s
(Penguin, rpt, 1984). Paperback. Spine slightly sun-faded, otherwise very good. 345pp. Order No. NSBK-A1481
Keywords: 9780140073454, autobiography, childhood, education, Victorian, social history, England, Britain
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Shonfield, Zuzanna.
The Precariously Privileged: A Professional Family in Victorian London
(OUP, 1987). Hardback. With newspaper cutting pasted to inside front cover, otherwise good in dustwrapper. ix + 266pp. Order No. NSBK-C463
Keywords: 0192122657, class, professional, Victorian, London, nineteenth century, Britain, British, England, English, history, middle class
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Working Man's Friend Periodical, .
The Working Man's Friend and Family Instructor:
(John Cassell). 14 unbound pamphlets / issues. Weeks ending: March 16th 1850; July 13th 1850; July 20th 1850; July 27th 1850; October 5th 1850; October 26th 1850; January 4th 1851; February 15th 1851; February 22nd 1851; March 1st 1851; March 8th 1851; March 15th 1851; March 22nd 1851; March 29th 1851. Disbound pamphlets. Darkened / browned with natural ageing, some soiling, otherwise good. Unbound issues of the magazine. pp. Order No. NSBK-A13130
Keywords: class, Britain, British, England, English, working class, working classes, magazines, magazine, Victorian, 19th century, nineteenth century, history, working men, literacy, knowledge, periodicals, working class consciousness, Exhibition of 1851, pamphlets
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