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Aspects of Accrington (Paperback)

World History

By Catherine Duckworth, Susan Halstead
Imprint: Wharncliffe Books
Series: Aspects of...
Pages: 192
ISBN: 9781871647655
Published: 19th June 2000
Last Released: 1st August 2007



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Aspects of Accrington is the second title in the Aspects series to cross the Pennines. Nonetheless it is a "first" in its own way, being the first Aspects titles to have dual editorship.
Aspects of Accrington takes us from the story of Accrington Stanley to the experiences of Local Lads in the Boer War, from Natural History to Hyndburn's War Memorials. We find ourselves Posted to Accrington Grammar School after enjoying a Royal Visit. Travelling on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, we explore Huncoat and are then whisked off to the Island of Rum. We meet local Musicians and campaigners against Easter Dues, whilst Henry Pilkington features in another "Soap".
This first Aspects book to feature Accrington cannot help but intrigue and inform all who have an interest in the town and its history.

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