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ENGLISH LOCAL HISTORY AN INTRODUCTION

Kate Tiller Boydell & Brewer, 328 pages, £19.99

Dr Kate Tiller OBE is a renowned expert in her field. This updated, third edition of her English Local History: An Introduction – a title that was originally issued by Sutton Publishing in 1992 – is an essential guide to the subject, as one would expect from such an experienced researcher and writer.

The book’s six chapters begin with an introduction to the discipline,

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