9 edition of The Industrial Archaeology of Dartmoor (Industrial Archaeology of the British Isles) found in the catalog.
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5. Early medieval Dartmoor, AD 6. Castles and status around medieval Dartmoor 7. Medieval farming and settlement on the uplands 8. The medieval tin industry, 9. Warreners and improvers in the post-medieval and early-modern periods Part Three: The industrial and military landscape Moorstone and granite The industrial archaeology of Dartmoor; a talk by Paul Rendell 22 March at The Royal Oak, Exeter Paul’s illustrated talk could well have been entitled ‘Dartmoor’s industrial secrets’ as we were treated to a whistle-stop tour of the many activities on the moor that have taken place since man first set foot in the region.
This section of Legendary Dartmoor encompasses many of the historic features and monuments of Dartmoor dating from prehistoric times, through to the medieval period and onto the post medieval era. Topics covered are archaeology, landscape history, industrial archaeology and items of general historical interest. Booker, Frank , 'The Industrial Archaeology of the Tamar Valley', David & Charles, Newton Abbot. Brooke, J. 'The Kalmeter Journal: The journal of a visit to Cornwall, Devon and Somerset in by Henric Kalmeter'. Twelveheads Press, Truro. Greeves, TAP. 'Tin Mines and Miners of Dartmoor: A Photographic Record'. Devon.
(). Recording Dartmoor's Extractive Industries. Industrial Archaeology Review: Vol. 28, The National Parks of England and Wales, pp. For many of us Angus’s Book Industrial Archaeology in Britain, published by Penguin Books as a Pelican Original in paperback in , summed up the development of the subject into a national movement. The Buchanans’ involvement in the subject locally, nationally and internationally, of course, went back many years earlier.
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THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF DARTMOOR. by Helen Harris. Published by David & Charles. 1st. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Blue cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos.
Rear panel of wrapper is marked. ISBN: Stock no. Price £ Located at: Stella Books. THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF DARTMOOR. by Helen Harris. Published by David & Charles. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper. Blue board, gilt title to spine.
B/w photos. New impression with corrections. Light bumping along cover edge. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Some page. Secondly, the book is very cumbersome when trying to read it in bed and would have benefited from a hard-back cover to avoid page curling and possible damage.
Having said that, I would thoroughly recommend ‘The Field Archaeology of Dartmoor‘ to anyone with an interest in Dartmoor and especially it’s landscape history.
In my opinion this. The Field Archaeology of Dartmoor describes and narrates Dartmoor's landscape history from BC to the present, analysing and summarising archaeological and historical studies from the 19th century onwards.
A brief section describes Dartmoor's geological s: 9. Oxfam Bookshop Lincoln The industrial archaeology of Dartmoor covers a number of the industries which have, over the ages, taken place on Dartmoor, and the remaining evidence surrounding them.
Currently only three industries are economically significant, yet all three will inevitably leave their own traces on the moor: china clay mining, farming and tourism.
The dust jacket is in good. The industrial archaeology of Dartmoor covers a number of the industries which have, over the ages, taken place on Dartmoor, and the remaining evidence surrounding them.
Currently only three industries are economically significant, yet all three will inevitably. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harris, Helen. Industrial archaeology of Dartmoor.
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Newton Abbot: David & Charles, (OCoLC) Those who have encountered Dartmoor have interpreted it in numerous different ways; as a source of grazing, a dangerous wilderness or a place of tranquillity and recreation. However, until relatively recently it was also seen as a place to be exploited for its other resources, a view which has left a rich legacy of industrial archaeology.
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Industrial archaeology of Dartmoor. Newton Abbot, Devon: Peninsula Press, (OCoLC) 5. Early medieval Dartmoor, AD – 6. Castles and status around medieval Dartmoor. Medieval farming and settlement on the uplands. The medieval tin industry, – 9. Warreners and improvers in the post-medieval and early-modern periods.
Part Three: The industrial and military landscape. Moorstone and granite. Illustrated Talk by Helen Harris of Tavistock on Industrial Archaeology of Dartmoor. Unfortunately Helens slide projector broke down early into her address but she continued and gave a.
Published by the Association for Industrial Archaeology ISBN 0 1 So m e s 0 Tovistock CONTENTS HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION 1 7 TEIGNBRIDGE 1 EAST DEVON E 4 8 TORBAY 2 Dartmoor since the s at Lee Moor, and deposits of ball clay are worked around Bovey Tracey and Petrockstow.
Potteries, tile, pipe and brickworks developed here. Arrangements: Meet for lunch from 2pm at the Royal Oak, St Thomas, Exeter followed by a talk with Paul Rendell on ‘The Industrial Archaeology of Dartmoor’ at 2pm. To book: Please contact Susie Hewitt ( or [email protected]) by 14 March.
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by Harris, Helen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Reviews: 4.Medieval and later Dartmoor In medieval and later times central Dartmoor was used in many different ways. In particular it became an important industrial area. From the th century, tin ore was taken from the ground and crushed and smelted.
Granite from the surface, and later from quarries, was used for gateposts, water troughs and so on.