A History of Seamer: In the County of North Yorkshire by Sheila McGeown

By Sheila McGeown

Seamer can declare to be the longest inhabited web site in Britain, the prospective continues to be of a 10,000 yr previous residing having been present in 2010 on the famous person Carr excavations besides the continues to be of the 1st domesticated puppy discovered anyplace. during this new booklet, Sheila McGeown takes us from those early population throughout the Anglo-Saxon and Viking classes, the center a while and the turmoil of the Civil struggle right down to the period of development and prosperity within the Victorian age to the current day with its fast-moving alterations and demanding situations. it's a ebook not just for the population of Seamer yet for someone attracted to Yorkshire’s neighborhood heritage. Sheila McGeown was once born and grew up in South Yorkshire the place she was once proficient at Rotherham highschool and labored as a civil servant till beginning a relatives. She pursued her life-long love of historical past by means of learning at Hull collage the place she acquired a B.A. in neighborhood and nearby heritage, and an M.A. in historic learn. until eventually 2012 she taught and lectured in kinfolk and native background for the W.E.A. and Hull college grownup schooling Department.

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