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- I Introduction
- II The origins of local history
- III Antiquaries at large: the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
- IV The parish and the town
- V Local history marginalised
- VI Local history and national history, 1880–1945
- VII W.G. Hoskins and the founding of modern local history
- VIII New approaches: the region and the community
- IX New approaches: family history, towns, landscape and other specialisms
- X The sources revolution
- XI Local history today
- XII Conclusion
- Writing Local History
- Manchester University Press
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