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How Our Ancestors Lived / David Hey

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    How Our Ancestors Lived : a history of life 100 years ago / David Hey Theoretically, the 1901 census is now publicly available on the internet - whether you
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      How Our Ancestors Lived : a history of life 100 years ago / David Hey
      Theoretically, the 1901 census is now publicly available on the internet - whether you can access it or not seems to be another question! There is, however, no question about this book, which was published to accomany the census launch. David Hey was granted special permission to view the 1901 census before it was released; his book aims to interpret the unique information revealed, and weaves it into an absorbing exploration of late Victorian and Edwardian social history. It offers fascnating insight into:

      a.. family life
      b.. housing and health
      c.. education and religion
      d.. work and leisure
      e.. wealth and poverty
      and includes case studies of ordinary families. This is essential reading for everyone interested in this period of history, as well as being a useful companion to those researching their Victorian and Edwardian ancestors

      Published Public Record Office, 2001. Price £22.00 (inc UK p&p). Overseas (airmail) £27.00; $US43.00; $A72.90. Email orders welcome. Books will be sent with an invoice for payment on receipt. Payment by personal cheque preferred.

      Stuart Raymond, Genealogical Bibliographer, Bookseller & Publisher
      P.O.Box 35, Exeter, EX1 3YZ
      Phone: (01392) 252193
      Email: stuart@...
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