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Two Titans, One City: Joseph Chamberlain

28/02/2017, £14.99
Two famous and powerful men of the late Victorian and early Edwardian era, Joseph Chamberlain (1836-1914) and George Cadbury (1839-1922), towered over one of the great cities of the British Empire - Birmingham.

Voices from a Trunk

01/09/2014, £24.95
The Lost Lives of the Quaker Eddisons 1805 - 1867. A chance discovery of a trunk of documents by the author opened up a window onto the rapidly expanding cities of Leeds and London in the nineteenth century.

Wait For Me

09/09/2010, £20.00
Deborah Devonshire is a natural writer with a knack for the telling phrase and for hitting the nail on the head.

Walking with the Brontes

22/03/2012, £8.99
Explore one of England's great landscapes in the company of the great writers with whom it is indelibly associated. In the style of Walking with Beatrix Potter and Walking with Wordsworth,...

Warner Mifflin: Unflinching Quaker Abolitionist

10/08/2017, £28.99
Warner Mifflin - energetic, uncompromising, and reviled - was the key figure connecting the abolitionist movements before and after the American Revolution.

While it is yet day - The Story of Elizabeth Fry

£16.99
WHILE IT IS YET DAY is the unputdownable biography of Elizabeth Fry by Averil Douglas Opperman. Radical social reformer and Georgian celebrity, Fry was one of the nineteenth century’s most extraordinary women.

Whirlwind of Life

29/03/2004, £1.00
The story of emilia Fogelklou.

William Morris: Romantic to Revolutionar

28/03/2011, £18.95
William Morris-the great 19th century craftsman, architect, designer, poet and writer-remains a monumental figure whose influence resonates powerfully today.
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