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A to Z of Whitby History

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Local historian Alan Whitworth, the author of several published books and numerous articles on architectural and local history subjects, has put together a comprehensive history of Whitby. The compilation is in alphabetical order, written for modern readers who do not have the time to wade through pages of irrelevant text, it is also useful for the day-tripper. The book begins with the Abbey and ends with Zulu, (a type of fishing vessel), and has a 15 page index. The covers have some light general handling marks and light rubbing to corners. Contains line drawings within the text and 8 b/w photographs.

Item details

Author(s):
Alan Whitworth
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
15 x 21 cms
Edition:
2002
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1871150051
ISBN-13:
9781871150056
Number of pages:
301
Publisher:
Culva House Publications
Title:
A to Z of Whitby History

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Local historian Alan Whitworth, the author of several published books and numerous articles on architectural and local history subjects, has put together a comprehensive history of Whitby. The compilation is in alphabetical order, written for modern readers who do not have the time to wade through pages of irrelevant text, it is also useful for the day-tripper. The book begins with the Abbey and ends with Zulu, (a type of fishing vessel), and has a 15 page index. The covers have some light general handling marks and light rubbing to corners. Contains line drawings within the text and 8 b/w photographs.

Author(s):
Alan Whitworth
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
15 x 21 cms
Edition:
2002
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1871150051
ISBN-13:
9781871150056
Number of pages:
301
Publisher:
Culva House Publications
Title:
A to Z of Whitby History

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