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Saturday, 28 March 2015

ESAH Newsletter: Winter 2015

Members of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History recently received the Winter 2015 edition of the Newsletter (No. 173).  In another 24-page edition it reflects the many things going on in the Society and of historical interest across the county.  Items in this edition include:
- The ESAH Library at Colchester [Essex University]: An Amazing Collection
- The Society's Digitisation Project (featured on this blog)
- The Society's Archives (featured on this blog)
- Rare Unpublished Book Reaccessioned to Society's Library: Catalogue of the Arundel Manuscripts in the Library of the College of Arms, 1829 (featured on this blog)
- An Overlooked Anchorite's Cell in Essex?
- Taper Burns on Structured Timbers
- St Peter & St Paul's Church, Birch
- Boudicca and the Fenwick Treasure, Colchester
- John Morley of Halstead, in his own words
- A Rare Pamphlet
- Brentwood in 1773: The Very Nadir of Theatricals
- EIAG Visit the Postal Museum
- Welsh Drovers in Essex
- Seeking Background on the Brightlingsea Photographer
- Poor Law Provision in Foulness
- Philip Morant Dines Out in Cambridge
- Morant Lecture 2015: The Disney Family and The Hyde, Ingatestone (featured on this blog)
- Re-Evaluation of Excavated Artefacts
- Book Reviews (1) Under Another Sky, Charlotte Higgins (2) The New English Landscape, Jason Orton & Ken Worpole
- Events in Essex

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