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Introduction

This series unites collections that cover different aspects of the industrial revolution. While records on Bolton's mills cover the progress of the textile industry, reports on poor schools show the progress being made on getting children out of mills and into school. Medical essays from this time reveal the health problems affecting the population during this time of great social change. Then papers from Manchester Cathedral's archive show how parish populations were affected by movements of people. This Cathedral archive also contains details of legal judgements made by the church at the time when it served as a small claims court. Shipping records from Liverpool and Bristol then illustrate the pace of this social change through lists of the ships' contents.

Dates Covered

1559-1970

Contributors

  • Bethlem Museum of the Mind; Findmypast Ltd
  • Bolton Archive & Local Studies Service
  • Bristol Central Library
  • Edinburgh University Library
  • Liverpool (England). Record Office
  • Liverpool Maritime Museum & Liverpool RO
  • Manchester Cathedral
  • various schools societies

Collections

Licensed to access Bristol Shipping Records: Imports and Exports, 1770-1917

Contributor: Bristol Central Library Contents: 14 Volumes, 132 Documents (28,562 Pages)
The Bristol Presentments are bills of entry derived from official sources, namely the reports and manifests of ships which docked...

Licensed to access British Poor Schools in the Nineteenth Century, 1812-1901

Contributor: various schools societies Contents: 4 Volumes, 60 Documents (30,671 Pages)
These reports cover the history of poor schools and the societies that ran them in Britain. These papers cover schools...

Licensed to access The Church of England and Social Change in Manchester, 1635-1928

Contributor: Manchester Cathedral Contents: 9 Volumes, 83 Documents (26,047 Pages)
 This collection contains the parish registers and capitular records of Manchester Cathedral and its predecessor, the Collegiate Church, from 1635...

Licensed to access Essays and Dissertations of the Scottish Royal Medical Society, 1751-1970

Contributor: Edinburgh University Library Contents: 4 Volumes, 52 Documents (20,672 Pages)
This collection contains over two hundred historical dissertations and essays submitted to the Royal Medical Society between the period 1751-1970. The...

Licensed to access The Industrial Revolution: Technological Innovation in the Textile Industry, 1672-1929

Contributor: Bolton Archive & Local Studies Service Contents: 2 Volumes, 108 Documents (7,006 Pages)
This collection traces the development of the Industrial Revolution in Britain through two prominent families connected to Bolton’s textile industry. The...

Licensed to access Liverpool Shipping Records: Imports and Exports, 1820-1900 - Part 1

Contributor: Liverpool Maritime Museum & Liverpool RO Contents: 7 Volumes, 28 Documents (28,467 Pages)
This collection contains bills of entry derived from official sources, namely the reports and manifests of ships that docked in...

Licensed to access Liverpool Shipping Records: Imports and Exports, 1820-1900 - Part 2

Contributor: Liverpool Maritime Museum & Liverpool RO Contents: 2 Volumes, 7 Documents (8,841 Pages)
This collection contains bills of entry derived from official sources, namely the reports and manifests of ships that docked in...

Licensed to access Liverpool Shipping Records: Imports and Exports, 1820-1900 - Part 3

Contributor: Liverpool Maritime Museum & Liverpool RO Contents: 4 Volumes, 16 Documents (20,272 Pages)
This collection contains bills of entry derived from official sources, namely the reports and manifests of ships that docked in...

Licensed to access Liverpool Shipping Records: Imports and Exports, 1820-1900 - Part 4

Contributor: Liverpool Maritime Museum & Liverpool RO Contents: 2 Volumes, 7 Documents (12,789 Pages)
 This collection contains bills of entry derived from official sources, namely the reports and manifests of ships that docked in...

Licensed to access Liverpool Through Time: From Slavery to the Industrial Revolution, 1766-1900

Contributor: Liverpool (England). Record Office Contents: 3 Volumes, 93 Documents (81,992 Pages)
This collection is composed of directories of Liverpool first established by John Gore in 1766. The directories contained lists of...

Licensed to access Records from Bethlem Royal Hospital, 1559-1932

Contributor: Bethlem Museum of the Mind; Findmypast Ltd Contents: 7 Volumes, 329 Documents (131,209 Pages)
Bethlem Royal Hospital is a psychiatric facility in London. It was established as a priory of the Order of St...
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