Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Book Bibliography

An odd post this - but it was the only way we could think of doing it.  Our book is now out and we were on a pretty strict word count so when we announced to the publisher that our bibliography was best part of 1000 words they asked us to trim it for the print edition, which we did.  However I do want to give full credit to all our sources so the full list of our references is below.  (And I had SO much fun ferreting around in libraries for them all!)

Armstrong, Margaret, Thirlmere Across the Bridges to Chapel 1849 – 1852 (Peel Wyke, 1989)
Bampton & District Local History Society, A Cast Iron Community (Bampton & District Local History Society, 2006)
Birkett, Bill, A Year in the Life of the Langdales, (Frances Lincoln Ltd, 2004)
Brown, Alisdair, The Beauty of Buttermere or A Maid Betrayed  (Heinemann Educational Books Ltd, 1979)
Budworth, Joseph, A Fortnight’s Ramble to the Lakes (Cadell and Davies, 1810)
Carrall, Geoffrey, Wythburn Church & the valley of Thirlmere (Piper Publications, 2006)
Carruthers, F J, People Called Cumbri (Robert Hale, London, 1979)
Collingwood W G, Two Bronze Amulets (Cumbria & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, 1904)
Collingwood, W G, Lake District History (Titus Wilson & Sons, 1928)
Cooper, D G, The Crummock Water Aureole (Journal of the Geology Society of London V145, 1988)
Cooper, Swainson, Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Pt 1 Vol XI (Titus Wilson, 1889)
Cox, Thomas, Magna Britannia: A Topographical, Ecclesiastical and Natural History (Thomas Cox, 1700)
Darrall, Geoffrey, Wythburn Church and the Valley of Thirlmere (Piper Publications, 2006)
Day, Adam, To Bid Them Farewell: A Foot & Mouth Diary (Hayloft Publishing, 2004)
Edgar, Gordon, The Settle to Carlisle Railway (Amberley Publishing, 2014)
Edmunds, Mark, The Langdales – Landscape and Pre History in a Lakeland Valley, (The History Press, 2010)
Farquhar, Sir Robert, Objections to the Thirlmere Scheme (Printed at Lakes Chronicle Offices 1879)
Farrer, William, Curwen, John, Records Relating to the Barony of Kendale Volume 1 (Kendal: Titus Publishing, 1923)
Ferguson, Robery, The Northmen in Cumberland and Westmoreland (Longman and Co, 1856)
Fraser, Maxwell, Companion into Lakeland (London, Methuen and Co, 1937)
Gamble, Robert, Lake District Place Names (Hayloft Publishing 2013)
Gannon, Paul, Rock Trails of Lakeland (Pesda Press Ltd, 2009)
Gregory, Christopher, The Extractive Industries of Kentmere, (Staveley and District History Society, 2000)
Harwood, Sir John James, History and description of Thirlmere Water Scheme (Blacklock & Co Printers, 1895)
Hodgson, John, A Topographical and Historical Description of Westmorland (Sherwood, Neely & Jones, 1810)
Hoyle, Norman, Sankey, Kenneth, Thirlmere Water a Hundred Miles a Hundred Years (Centwrite, 1994)
Hudson, John, Sketches of Grange (Original 1850, reprint, Landy Publishing, 2001)
Hunt, Irvine, Old Lakeland Transport (Rusland Press, 1978)
Levi, Jan, And Nobody Woke up Dead (St Edmundsbury Press, 2006)
Lysons Daniel, Magna Britannia: Cumberland, (Cadell and Davies, 1816)
Mannex, P J, History, Topography and Directory of Westmorland (Simkin, Marshall & Co, 1849)
Moon, Michael & Sylvia, Bygone Whitehaven VIII (Michael Moon’s Bookshop, 1976)
Murray, John, A Tour in the English Lakes with Thomas Gray and Joseph Farington (Frances Lincoln, 2012)
Nicholson, J W, A History of the Manor of Crosby Garrett (J W Braithwaite & Sons, 1914)
Nicholson, Joseph, The History and Antiquities of the Counties of Westmorland and Cumberland (Nicholson, Joseph, 1777)
Nightingale, Benjamin, The Ejected of 1662 in Cumberland and Westmorland (Manchester University Press, 1911)
Nixon, John, Wings over Sands (Razorsharp Books, 2012)
Pain, Rollo, Why Cartmel? Survival of a Small Racecourse (Lakeland Heath, 2001)
Palmer, W J, Memories of Dunmail Raise (Cycling Magazine, December, 1927)
Philipson, Douglas, Lakeland Bobbin Makers (Handstand, 2010)
Pugmire Martin, The Possible Roman Road between Ambleside and the Keswick Area (CWAAS Vol IV Titus - Wilson & Son, 2004)
Ramshaw, David, The English Lakes (P3 Publications, 1996)
Richard, Guthrie, A Tour Through Old Lakeland (Stenlake Publishing, 1996)
Rough Fell Sheep Breeders Association, Kendal Rough Fell Sheep (Stramongate Press, 2006)
Smith, Colin, A guide to Milestones, Mileposts and Tollbuildings of Cumbria (Brow Bottom Enterprises, 2011)
Smith, George, Dreadful Storm in Cumberland (Gentleman’s Magazine V24, 1754)
Stockdale, James, Annals of Cartmel (William Kitchen, 1872)
Swallow, Bob, Against the Grade (Great Northern Books, 2011)
Tyler, Ian, Thirlmere Mines and the Drowning of the Valley (Smith Settle, 1999)
Whitehall, Penny, Smardale Summers (Heathdene Publications, 2014)
Wilson, Richard Saul, The History of Cumberland Volume 2 (Richard Wilson, 1905)
Woods, Jack, The North Road (J Woods, 1996)
Wright, Joseph, The English Dialect Dictionary V3 (Henry Frowde, 1905)
Archaeology UK  
British History Online
English Lakes
Fell and Rock Climbing Club
Herdwick Breeders Association
Honister Slate Mine
Kentmere Village
Northern Viaduct Trust
The Megalithic Portal
The Wainwright Society

Miscellaneous Papers
LANCASTER ENVIRONMENT CENTRE, Rare Fish Monitoring Report, March 2011
Report of the proceedings of the trial of John Hatfield for Forgery – By “A shorthand writer” Printed by B Mace London 1803
High Borrowdale: The history of a Westmorland Farm – researched by Cynthia Gregg for Friends of the Lake District
Proceedings of the society of antiquaries of London. November 23, 1899, to June 20, 1901. Second series, vol. Xviii. Feinted by j. B. Nichols and sons.
An Act for Widening, Repairing, and Amending the Road from Hesket, by Yewes Bridge, to Cockermouth; and from thence, by Lorton over Whinlatter, to Keswick, in the County of Cumberland; and from Keswick, by Dunmail Rays and Ambleside, to Kirby in Kendall, in the County of Westmoreland; and from Plumgarth's Cross, near Kirkby in Kendall aforesaid, to the Lake called Windermere, in the County of Westmoreland; and from Keswickaforesaid, to the Town of Penrith, in the County of Cumberland – (Act of Parliament 1762)


CREDIT FOR Gimmer Crag sketch – “C. Douglas Milner FRCC Guide Book. Mountain Heritage Collection”

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