Lancashire Local History Federation, which LFHHS is a member of, has produced a new book titled "Lancashire Studies: Historical Essays in honour of Alan Crosby".
Lancashire Local History Federation is delighted to publish a book of original essays written
in honour of Dr Alan Crosby. He has made an invaluable contribution to furthering the
understanding and enjoyment of local history in Lancashire.
The contributions span many centuries and nine varied aspects of county history.
1. Red lines, over-sands crossings and King Arthur: a re-appraisal of the depiction of the north west on the Gough Map William D. Shannon
2.Th e Catholic Cliftons and the Church of England at Lund and Lytham Peter Shakeshaft
3. Pilkington and its fieldnames Diana Winterbotham
4.. Cheesemaking in the Goosnargh area in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Zoë Lawson
5. A Peculiar People transformed: the changing face of Quakerism in Victorian Lancashire Angus J. L. Winchester
6. Working at home during the nineteenth century: a case study of Winckley Square, Preston Geoff Timmins
7. Success to the ladies of Worden: the trials and tribulations of a Lancashire estate David Hunt
8. The Seward stained-glass studio of Lancaster Margaret Edwards
9. Local history and the Lancaster Historical Pageant of 1913 Mike Winstanley
Includes a foreword by Paul Booth; an extensive list of works by Alan Crosby; and a comprehensive index.
Fully illustrated. ISBN 978-1-5272-6533-2.
Copies are £15.00 each plus £4.00 postage and can be obtained on application to John Wilson, Green Hall, Tatham, Lancaster, LA2 8RB accompanied by a cheque made payable to Lancashire Local History Federation or by BACS payment Sort Code 01-05-31 Account Number 32603983. John's email is firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone Number 03330-062270.