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Monday, 22 December 2014

ESAH Newsletter: Autumn 2014

After a short interval, the Essex Society for Archaeology and History's Newsletter to members returns with a new editor, Zoe Quinn.  The double sized Autumn 2014 includes the following items:
- From the President
- Essex Industrial Archaeology Group
- World War II Heritage Project
- Help Needed with Oral History Project in Halstead
- West Essex Archaeological Group
- Historic Mill's Future Secured Thanks to a £1.4 Million Grant (Upminster)
- Colchester Castle Museum Reopened (previously on this blog)
- Pliny Rediscovered (previously on this blog)
- Morant Lecture 2014: Serfdom in England
- Morant Histories Restored to Library (previously on this blog)
- Anecdotes of British Topography
- The Medicinal Spring at South Weald
- Lord Petre's Mortuary Chapel at Thorndon
- Saved by a Timber Framed House
- Parthenon Marble Found in Essex
- An Ongar Conventicle in the 1590s
- Ozonia Hotel, Canvey Island
- Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013
- Parboiled Shrews
- Chalara Fraxinea - Ash Dieback
- Book Reviews
- Essex Seen From Elsewhere 

Also included is the Visits Programme for 2015/16.

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