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The working class and education in Preston 1830-1870. A study of social relations.

By Alison Andrew
Publisher: University of Leicester
Year: 1987
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  66. (1902). English Education 1789-1902,
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  69. Factory Inspectors Reports for the Half-Year Ending 31st December 1841. Childrens' Employment Commission, Reports and Evidence of Sub-Commissioners. Factory Inspectors' Half-Yearly Reports. Report from the Select Committee on Public Libraries.
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  74. (1976). For further discussion and the source of the following paragraph see Simon W Frith, Education, Industrialisation and Social Change: The Development of Elementary Schooling in Leeds, PhD Thesis,
  75. (1979). For further discussion of this point see Malcolm McKinnon Dick, English Conservatives and Schools for the Poor,
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  82. (1856). History of the Borough of Preston and Its Environs,
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  86. History of the English Poor Law, Vol III,
  87. (1883). History of the Fishergate
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  89. (1912). History of the'Parent Sunday School, now meeting in Bairstow-Street,
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  93. (1972). History: the poverty of empiricism',
  94. (1981). Hooligans or Rebels?,
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  96. (1953). Hunger and Politics in 1842'
  97. Ideology and Early English Working-class History - Edward Thompson and his Critics',
  98. (1977). Ideology and the Factory Child: Attitudes to HalfTime Education',
  99. (1979). Ideology and the Labour Movement,
  100. (1977). Illiteracy and Schooling in the Provincial Towns, 1640-1870: A Comparative Approach',
  101. (1976). Imperialism and the Labour Aristocracy',
  102. including Registry or Friendly Societies, Lancashire, 1774-1875, with Rules.
  103. Industrialists and their Factory Schools',
  104. (1977). Industry and Empire, Harmondsworth,
  105. Irish Influence in the Chartist Movement',
  106. (1971). Joint Committee on the Lancashire Bibliography, The Lancashire Bibliography Part 3, Business Histories,
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  109. (1977). Knowledge and Ideology in the Sociology of Education,
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  114. (1983). Languages of class,
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  116. (1978). Leisure and Class in Victorian England,
  117. (1888). Life's Battles in Temperance Armour,
  118. Literacy and Education in England 1640-1900',
  119. Literacy and Social Mobility During the Industrial Revolution in England',
  120. Literacy and Social Mobility in the Industrial Revolution in England',
  121. Literacy, Illiteracy, Semi-Literacy and Marriage Registers',
  122. Living and Learning - Socialisation Outside School',
  123. Local History and Oral History',
  124. Locating leaders in local communities: a comparison of some alternative approaches',
  125. Many papers relating to nineteenth-century disturbances, including HO
  126. Marxist Political Theory in Great Britain',
  127. (1949). Methodism and the Education or the People 1791-1851,
  128. (1972). Methodism and the Threat of Revolution in Britain', in idem, Labouring Men,
  129. (1979). Methodism, Dissent and Political Stability in Early Industrial England',
  130. (1959). Mills, The Sociological Imagination,
  131. Minutes for Teachers' Meetings, St Paul's, 1842-1851. Riot Depositions. Chaplain's Reports from the Preston House of Correction.
  132. Minutes of Preston District Independent Order of Oddfellows 1859-1900. Minute Books of Preston & District Power Loom Weavers, Winders and Warpers Association.
  133. (1981). Neville Kirk, Class and Fragmentation: Some Aspects of Working Class Life in South-East Lancashire and North-East Cheshire, 1850-1870, PhD Thesis,
  134. (1977). Nineteenth-Century Nonconformity,
  135. (1968). Nineteenth-Century Towns -A Class Dimension', in HJ Dyos (ed), The Study of Urban History,
  136. (1957). North of England Newspapers c 1700-c 1900 and their value to Historians',
  137. Notes of a Tour in the Manufacturing District of Lancashire,
  138. on Tuesday December 27th, 1860, by the Reverend Canon Parr,
  139. On Workmen's and Factory Libraries',
  140. (1860). or the Preston and District Power-Loom Weavers, Winders and Warpers Association. Master Spinners' Association, Cotton and Flax,
  141. Origins of the Present Crisis'
  142. (1969). Parliament and Popular Culture in the Early Nineteenth Century: some strands in the history of libraries and adult education,
  143. (1976). Pauper Education',
  144. (1975). Peculiarities of the English Route: Barrington Moore, Perry Anderson and English Social Development, CCCS Occasional Paper,
  145. (1973). People for the People,
  146. (1966). Philanthropy and the Victorians',
  147. Politics and Economics in the Formation or the British Working Class',
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  149. (1977). Politics of Education',
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  151. Poor Law Administration in Preston Union,, 1838-1848',
  152. Popular Religion and Social Reform: A Study of Revivalism and Teetotalism 1830-1850',
  153. (1975). Preston Methodism's Two Hundred Fascinating Years,
  154. (1870). Preston Town Council; or Portraits of Local Legislators,
  155. (1971). Professor West on Early Nineteenth Century Education',
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  160. (1973). Regional Variations in Education During the Industrial Revolution 1780-1870,
  161. Regulations of the General Protecting Union of the Hand-Loom Weavers of Great Britain and Ireland,
  162. (1829). Regulations of the Preston Institute for the Diffusion of Knowledge,
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  164. Religion and Recreation in Nineteenth-Century England',
  165. Religion and Respectability:
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  167. Religion and the Nineteenth-Century Working Class',
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  169. (1916). Reminiscences of a'Public Librarian,
  170. Reminiscences of the Preston Cockpit and the Old Teetotallers,
  171. Report of the Committee for Establishing a National School at Preston in Lancashire,
  172. (1844). Report on the State of Preston (to the Health of Towns Commission).
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  179. Rules of the Albert Street Co-operative Society, instituted Christmas 1834.
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  197. (1971). Sociology and History',
  198. Some Comments on 'Class Struggle and the labour aristocracy, 1830-60' (A Reply to Musson),
  199. Some Conjectures About the Impact of Printing on Western Society and Thought',
  200. Some Problems of Interpretative Historiography,
  201. Strike Papers 1853, including handbill entitled 'Closing of the Mills', Preston 1853. DDHS/77 Records of Horrocks, Crewdson & Co, Papers of Union of Self-Actor Minders.
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  204. Temperance Societies: Some Questions for the Local Historian', in The Local Historian, Vol 8,
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  206. (1974). The Administration of Lancashire 1838-1889', in SP
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  208. The Autobiography of an Artisan,
  209. The Baptists in Preston,
  210. The Blue Books and Education, 1816-1896 : The Critical Reading of Official Sources,
  211. (1918). The Chartist Movement,
  212. (1965). The Concept of Popular Education,
  213. (1968). The Concept of the Labour Aristocracy',
  214. (1969). The Condition of the Working Class in England, 1844, new edition, St Albans,
  215. (1954). The Cotton Famine in Lancashire, 1863',
  216. (1942). The Cotton Industry of Lancashire,
  217. The Crowd in History: A Study of
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  219. The Decline of the Educative Family',
  220. The Education of Children Engaged
  221. (1957). The English Common Reader: A Social History of the Mass Reading Public, 1800-1900,
  222. The English School, its Architecture and Organisation,
  223. The Established Church and Popular Religion,
  224. the Evidence Taken Before The Commissioners On Popular Education, 1861. Factory Inspectors' Reports.
  225. The Factory Politics of Lancashire in the later Nineteenth Century',
  226. (1961). The Friendly Societies in England 1815-67,
  227. (1979). The Friends of Liberty,
  228. The General Strike of 1842,1980.
  229. The Grammar School and the Education of the Poor',
  230. (1969). The Handloom Weavers: a Study in the English Cotton Industry During the Industrial Revolution,
  231. (1954). The Historian's Craft,
  232. The History and Management of Literary, Scientific and Mechanics' Institutes,
  233. The History of Adult Education,
  234. The History of Education in Past and Present',
  235. The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Vol 5,1893.
  236. (1851). The History, Topography and Directory of the Borough of Preston. and Seven Miles Around,
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  238. (1968). The Interpretation of the Census Enumerators' Books for Victorian Towns',
  239. (1963). The Irish in Britain,
  240. (1972). The Labour Aristocracy in Nineteenth-Century Britain', in idem, Labouring Men,
  241. (1976). The Labour Aristocracy in Victorian Edinburgh,
  242. The Labour Aristocracy' and 'Incorporation' notes on some terms in the social history of the working class,
  243. The Lancashire Cotton Industry in 1840',
  244. The Lancashire Irish and the Catholic Church 1846-71: the social dimension',
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  248. The Liverpool Labour Movement and the School Board: an Aspect of Education and the Working Class',
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  250. The Makers of Wesleyan Methodism
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  254. The Myth of the Working-Class Sunday School',
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  271. (1933). The Training of Teachers in England and Wales During the Nineteenth Century,
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  273. The Working Men's Club Movement and Victorian Social Reform Ideology',
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  289. Why Does Social History Ignore Politics? '
  290. (1958). Wives and Mothers in Victorian Industry,
  291. (1973). Woman's Consciousness,
  292. (1750). Women Workers and the Industrial Revolution,
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