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History of Education Project Publications

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The History of Education Project

Miners’ Hall

Red Hill

Durham

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Telephone: 0191 370 9941

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E-mail: hep_durham@hotmail.co.uk

Website: historyofeducationproject.wordpress.com

 

  

Middleton St. George; Windows on the Evolution of a Tees Valley Parish: 205pp.

Alan Pallister, 2007 ISBN 978-1-870268-28-8, (£14.95) plus p & p

Alan Pallister was born in Middleton St. George, lived all his early years there, and has been a member of the County Durham County Local History Society since its inception.  His aim in this book has been to show that what appears to be an ordinary rural parish, largely neglected by historians, has in fact had an eventful and fascinating past, integrating into a larger national scene, and worthy of more comprehensive research and recording.  This study of the history of Middleton St. George opens windows into the lives and times of those who made it, and into the evolution of a continuing and ever-changing community.

 

How durst he do that? The Life of Benjamin Flounders Esquire 1768 – 1846: 248pp.

Jim Fox, 2008, ISBN 978-1-870268-30-1,(£12.00) plus p & p

Jim Fox is a health and safety consultant.  He and his wife Edna nee Flounders became interested in family history in the 1970s and when the Flounders papers became available at the North Yorkshire Record Office, Jim transcribed them, taking five years.  He wrote a review of the papers, intended for family use; much later realising that the information it contained may be of interest to others.

 

Of Arms and the Heroes: The Story of the “Birtley Belgians”, 200pp.

John G. Bygate, 2006, ISBN 1 870268 44 X, (£9.00) plus p & p

This is a logical development from the book ‘The Birtley Belgians’ by McMurtrie & Schlesinger, which was first published by the HEP nearly 20 years ago and has sold steadily ever since. In the past three years a great deal of new information has come to light about those Belgian ‘war-disabled’ soldiers who worked in the National Projectile Factory at Birtley during WW1 and lived in Elisabethville, their own ‘Colony’ next door to the factory, in what was regarded almost as an enclave of Belgium.

 

A Wearside Lad in World War II: 110pp.

Len Gibson, 2005, ISBN 1 870268 38 5 (£7.50) + p & p

The remarkable story of life as a P.O.W. in the Far East.

 

Durham Men in the Great War: 129pp.

John Davison, 2000, ISBN 1 870268 26 1 (£7.50) + p & p

How life changed in Bowburn, a typical mining community, when men failed to return from the Great War.

 

Buy both of the above for just £13.00

 

Journeyman: 243pp.

Ted Rogers, 2003, ISBN 0 9546818 0 0 (£4.00) + p & p

A life’s journey from Sunderland through North Africa, where the author was badly burned during the second World War, as a campaigning philanthropist and onto the Mediterranean, Cuba, United States and finally the Bahamas.

 

Across the Green: 91pp.

Edward Roberts, 2003, ISBN 1 870268 27 X (£5.00) + p & p

The harsh realities of a mining village in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

 

The Birtley Belgians (5thEd): 59pp.

D. McMurtrie, J. Schlesinger and J. Bygate, 2003, ISBN (£5.00) + p & p

Life inside Elizabethville (near Birtley), a sovereign Belgian enclave on British soil.

 

The Hollow Blade: 74pp.

J. Bygate, 2003, ISBN 1 870268 25 3 (£5.00) + p & p

The “German sword-makers of Shotley Bridge”

 

Durham Miners’ Association Fatal Accident Book, 1920-50: 48pp.

E. Hall and F. Hancock (Transcribed), 1995, ISBN 0 946 105 15 4 (£5.00) + p & p

 

Our English Church Heritage, from the beginning to 1662: 33pp.

Margot Johnson, 1987, ISBN 0 946105 05 7 (£2.00) + p & p

 

The Washington Family in Britain, 2nd Edition: 18pp.

Margot Johnson, 2008, ISBN 0 946105 17 5 (£2.50) + p & p

 

Durham Priory Kitchen, its place in the life of Durham Priory and Durham Cathedral: buildings, food and people: 20pp.

Margot Johnson, 2000, ISBN 0 946105 14 6 (£4.50) + p & p 

 

Durham: Historic and University City, 7th Edition: 56pp.

Margot Johnson, 2004, ISBN 0 946105 16 2 (£4.95) + p & p

 

John Cosin: From Priest to Prince Bishop, Essays in Commemoration of the 400th Anniversary of his Birth: 250pp.

Margot Johnson (Ed.), 1997, ISBN 0 946105 11 1 (£27.00) + p & p

 

Thomas Cranmer: Essays in Commemoration of the 500th Anniversary of his Birth: 303pp.

Margot Johnson (Ed.), 1990, ISBN 0 946105 08 1 (£12.00) + p & p

 

Kepier Hospital: 72pp.

Dorothy Meade, 1995, ISBN 0 946105 10 3 (£4.95) + p & p

 

A Detail of History: 264pp.,

Arek Hersh, 2006, ISBN 978 0 953 628056, (£6.99) plus p & p

How to survive when all your family has been taken from you and killed? Arek Hersh tells his story simply and honestly, a moving account of a little boy who made his own luck and survived

 

Durham Churches: 175pp.,

R. Walton, 2001, ISBN 1 858219 12 4 (£9.95) + p & p

A comprehensive guide and unique insight into the history and architecture of over 70 parish churches within County Durham.

 

Laugh or Cry: 360pp.

Sylvia Hurst (nee Fleischer) ISBN 1 84624 064 6 (£15.99) plus p & p

The story of her childhood during the years in which Hitler came to power, which the fearful rise of Nazism and the attempted elimination of the Jewish race

 

Durham City and the Railway Age: 38pp.

A. Maitland, 1997, ISBN 1 870268 22 9 (£4.00) + p & p

 Durham railways as the historic life blood of the economy.

 

A Study of Freeholders’ Estates, Darlington: 16pp.

St. Teresa’s School, 1996, ISBN 1 870268 23 7 (£2.00) + p & p

‘Runner Up’ in the Past Times competition for the Young Historian Prize.

 

Seaham Harbour: The First Generation, 78pp.

Ed. D. Butler & D. Miller, 1996, ISBN 0 9528329 0 9, £4.00 + p & p

The 1851 Census of Dawdon Township.

 

Coal Mining in the North East: 1947 to Present Day

J. Donaghue, 1995 (£1.25)

 

Durham: the People and the Place 1914-1939: 56pp.

M. F. Richardson, 1994, ISBN 1 970268 19 9 (£4.50) + p & p

A history in photographs of hardship during the world wars.

 

Crooked Sixpences Among the Chalk: 192pp.

H. Pickles, 1993, ISBN 0 948135 49 2 (£6.99) + p & p

A picture of school life during the Depression, World Wars and Evacuation.

 

Some Medieval Churches in County Durham: 66pp.

A. W. Dinnick, 1991, ISBN 1 870268 13 x (£2.00) + p & p

The changing shape of Durham’s churches during medieval times  (end of the 12th century to 1540)

 

Archival Teaching Materials: 109pp.

G.R. Batho, J.S. Simpson & E.R. Cheesman, 1992, ISBN 187026801 6 (£2.00) + p & p

The use of sources in history teaching, as lively illustrations or reference drawings.

 

Memories of Page Bank: a collection of photographs, 60pp.

Whitworth Church Group, (2005) £2.00 + p & p

 

Brancepeth at War: 126pp.

V. Lowe & J. Merrington, (2006), £10 each or 2 for £15 / 3 for £20 + p & p

(Produced by the ‘Brancepeth Community Association’)

 

Great Uncle Ned’s Trip to Hamburg: 24pp.

Moira Rutherford, 1992 ISBN 09519410 0 3 (£2.00) + p & p

 

Manuscript Treasures of Durham Cathedral: 176pp.

Richard Gameson, 2010, ISBN 978 1 906507 12 1 (£17.50) + p & p

A lavishly illustrated book, highlighting some 40 of the treasures of Durham Cathedral.

 

Durham Cathedral; Light of the North: 176pp.

John Field, 2006, ISBN 978 1 903942 67 5 (£17.50) + p & p

This book includes many reproductions from ancient illustrations, paintings, monuments, effigies and decoration.

 

An Encyclopaedia of North-East England: 531pp.

Richard Lomas, 2009, ISBN 978 1 841584 04 9 (£20.00) + p & p

This is the first comprehensive volume covering all aspects, and over an extensive period of the North east.

 

The Durham Light Infantry in Europe: 28pp.

D. Jarvis, 1988, ISBN 1 870268 04 0 (£2.00) + p & p

The County’s regiment, its associations with mainland Europe, the spirit of comradeship and shared sufferings.

 

The Importance of Being European: 6pp.

Very Rev. J. Arnold, 1990, ISBN 1 870268 12 1 (£1.00) + p & p

1992 and its implications.

 

The Romans in the North East: 32pp.

M. Igoe, 1992, ISBN 1 870268 08 3 (£2.00) + p & p

Continental links during the Roman period and the importance of the region’s ports and harbours.

 

The Norman Churches of County Durham: 46pp.

A. W. Dinnick, 1992, ISBN 1 870268 11 3 (£2.00) + p & p

The influence of the Norman Conquest on Durham churches, abbeys and Cathedral (1066 to end of 12th century)

 

Mathematical Traditions in the North of England: 66pp.

P & R Wallis, P. Ransom and J. Fauvel, 1991, ISBN 0 951732 30 7 (£1.00) + p & p

A selection of mathematical riches developed during the last four centuries and the means by which historians retrieve knowledge of the mathematical past.

 

The Reformation in Europe: 50pp.

A. Dickens, S. Imsen and M. E. Williams, 1986, ISBN 1 870268 00 8 (£1.50) + p & p

The Reformation gave rise to Europe as a separate area of the world’s land masses.

 

German Sword Makers of Shotley Bridge

D. Atkinson, 1985, (£1.50) + p & p

 

The Armstrongs of Cragside: 16pp.

Dr. A. L. Short, ISBN 1 870268 17 2, (£2.00) + p & p

Baron Armstrong (1810-1900) Victorian business tycoon, lawyer and producer of armaments for a world market.

                    

A Brief Life of Henry Percy (1564-1632) the 9th Earl of Northumberland: 20pp.

G. R. Batho, ISBN 978 1 870268 14 1 (£2.00) + p & p

 

George Percy (1580-1632) Youngest Brother of the Ninth Earl of Northumberland: 24pp.

G. R. Batho, 2011, ISBN 978 1 870268 31 8 (£2.00) + p & p

 

Bess of Hardwicke: A Brief Life, 16pp.

G. R. Batho, 2010, ISBN 978 1 870268 32 5 (£2.00) + p & p

 

Mary Queen of Scots: A Brief Life, 24pp.

G. R. Batho, 2011, ISBN 978 0 870268 60 8 (£2.00) + p & p

 

Mary Queen of Scots and Carlisle: 9pp.

G. R. Batho (£1.50) + p & p

 

Saxon Churches in the North East: 32pp.

M. Lee, 1991, ISBN 1 870268 15 6 (£2.00) + p & p

 

Agrarian Archives: A Thousand Years of Records: 408pp.

J.G. Minton, 2002, ISBN 1 870268 69 5 (£5.00) + p & p

A richly documented story of rural development around Barking Abbey

 

    Quakers in the City of Durham, 1654-1858: 34pp.

    Moira Rutherford, 1997, ISBN 09519410-8-9 (£4.00) + p & p

 

 

 

Durham Biographies

Men and Women of the Past

 Volumes 1, 2, 3, & 4 £5.00 each + p & p (Half Price)

Or £15 for the set + p & p

 Volume 5, £10.00 (£7.00) + p & p

 Volume 6, £10.00 (£8.00) + p & p

 

 

Durham Biographies, Volume 1, 156pp.

G.R. Batho (Ed.) 2000, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 20 8

Vol.1 includes biographies of: Samuel Galbraith, Thomas Ramsey, William Andrews-Nesfield, John Alan Chalmers, William Stephen Gilly and Sir Robert Ropner.

 

Durham Biographies, Volume II, 152pp.

G.R. Batho (Ed.) 2002, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 22 4

Vol.2 includes biographies of: Charles Attwood, John Bowes, Sir William Chayter, Charles Hodgson Fowler, Granville Sharp and John Wolfe.

 

Durham Biographies, Volume III, 196pp.

G.R. Batho (Ed.) 2003, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 23 2

Vol.3 includes biographies of: Sir William Gray, Sam Watson, Dr Edna Jenkinson, Wiliam McNally, James Chuter-Ede and The Durham Ox.

 

Durham Biographies, Volume IV, 108pp.

G.R. Batho and V. Smithers (Eds.) 2005, laminated cover,

ISBN 0 902958 25 9

Vol. 4 includes biographies of Dick Annand VC, Stan Hollis VC, Jim Mckintosh, Will Hay, Sydney Holgate, Brian Clough and Anthony Eden

 

Durham Biographies Volume V, 163pp.

G.R. Batho and M. Rutherford (Eds.) 2007, laminated cover, ISBN 978 0 902958 28 9

The 47 subjects in this volume range from Tommy Armstrong (the pitman poet), and Tom McGuiness (the pitman artist) to Beryl Davison, the first woman priest to be ordained in the Durham Diocese.  Also included are footballer Raich Carter, Len Shackleton and Bob Stokoe.

 

Durham Biographies Volume VI, 196pp.

G.R. Batho and A. Roberts (Eds.) 2009, laminated cover, ISBN 978 0 902958 29 6

Vol. 6 includes biographies of Nerys A. Johnson (Artist and Gallery Curator), William Potts (clock maker), Dame Flora Robson (acclaimed actress), and footballers, Ian Porterfield (legendary footballer) and George Camsell (Middlesbrough and England footballer)   

 

COMING SOON

 

Durham Biographies Volume VII

 Volume 7 will include biographies of Sir Bobby Robson, James Watson Corder (Genealogist), Emeritus Professor Peter Kaim-Caudie (International Social Policy Analyst), Gavin Bernard Townend (Professor and Classicist, University of Durham) and Joseph Bouet (Artist and Teacher)

 

 Durham Thomas Harriot Seminar Papers

(£3.50 each + p & p)

 

1.   Thomas Harriot and the Northumberland Household

       By G.R. Batho

 

2.   John White, Thomas Harriot and Walter Raleigh in Ireland

       By the late W.A. Wallace

 

3.   The London Pharmacopoeia Perfected

       By M.P. Earles of Chelsea

 

4.   Obstetrics and Hermaphrodites in Harriot’s Time

       By the late D. Wilson of Durham

 

5.   Thomas Harriot and the Fauna of North America

       By the late Wilma George of Oxford

 

6.   The Role of Time in Life and Thought in the Age of Harriot and Today

      By G.J. Whitrow of London

 

7.   James IV: Sovereign and Surgeon

      By A.I.Short and T. Lennard of Newcastle upon Tyne

 

8.   Thomas Harriot and the English Origins of Algonkian Linguistics

      By Vivian Salmon of Oxford                             

 

9.   Harriot and the Latin Culture of His Time

      By James Binns of York

 

10. Harriot’s Gift to Arthur Dee: Literary Images from an Alchemical Manuscript

      By Lyndy Abraham of New South Wales

 

11. Harriot, Marlow and the Art of War

      By Nina Taunton of London

 

12. Sassafras: A Cure-All of Harriot’s Time

       By the late Gillian Mirrless of Oxford

 

13. Narratives of Land and Antiquarians of Harriot’s Time

       By Melanie Hansen of Durham

 

14. Astrology in Harriot’s Time                                                             

      By Richard Dunn of Cambridge

 

15. Astronomy in Harriot’s Time

       By the late Eric Aiton of Durham

 

16. Walter Warner on Space and Time

      By Jans Prins of Holland

 

17. Invisible Evidence: The Unfounded Attack on Thomas Harriot’s Reputation

       By Dr B.J. Sokol of London

 

18. Angels in Harriot’s Time

       By Elizabeth Robertson of Oxford

 

19. The Prison Writings of Sir Walter Ralegh and the Ninth Earl of Northumberland

       By Professor G.R. Batho, Dr. Stephen Clucas and Dr. Anna Beer

 

20.  Barlow, Lane and Harriot’s Accounts of the New World

        By Paul Harvey of Osaka

 

21. John Dee and European Alchemy

        By Dr. Urzula Szulakowska of Leeds

 

22. Cartography in Thomas Harriot’s Circle

       By Robert Baldwin of East Sussex

 

23. The First Virginia Voyage: The Cavendish Connection

        By Sue Maxwell

 

24. Thomas Harriot and the Guiana Voyage in 1595: Shaping the Reputation of Sir Walter Raleigh

       By Rosalind Davies

 

25. Telesio’s Psychology and the Northumberland Circle

       By Dr. Leon Spruit

 

26.  Watching the watch: Surveillance of the Camp in Sixteenth Century Discourses of War

       By Dr. Nina Taunton

 

27. The Engraved Title-Page of Bacon’s Instauratio Magna: An Icon and Paradigm of Science and its Wider Implications

       By A.D. Burnett

 

28. Raleigh’s History of the World: Its Purpose and Political Significance

       By Jenny Wilson

 

29. Musical Models in Natural Philosophy in the Time of Thomas Harriot

       By Dr. Penelope Gouk

 

30. Thomas Harriot’s Ballistics and the Patronage of Military Science

       By Dr. Steven A. Walton of Toronto

  

31. Sir William Lower and the Harriot Circle

       By Dr. Paul M. Hunnyball of the History of Parliament Trust

 

32. Thomas Harriot’s Algonquian Linguistics

       By Michael Booth

 

33. Pearls, Shakespeare and Epistemology in Harriot’s Time

       By Professor B. J. Sokol

 

34. Thomas Harriot & Sir Walter Ralegh’s Wife

        By Dr. Anna Beer

 

35.  Dearth Science 1580-1608: The Writings of Hugh Platt

        By Ayesha Mukherjee

 

 

No’s 1 to 11 were published pre 1995

No’s 12 to 20 were published in 1995

No’s 21 to 25 were published in 1996

No’s 26 to 28 were published in 1997

No. 30 published in 2001

No. 31 published in 2003

No. 32 published in 2004

No. 33 published in 2005

No. 34 published in 2006

No. 35 published in 2007

 

Thomas Harriot Lectures

(Oriel College, Oxford)

 

Thomas Harriot and the Problem of America (1990)

David B Quinn, Emeritus Professor of Modern History, University of Liverpool

 

Thomas Harriot and the Northumberland Household (1991)

G.R.Batho, Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Durham

 

Available at £3.50 each plus p & p 

Cheques payable to ‘History of Education Project’ and send to HEP, Miners’ Hall, Red Hill, Durham, DH1 4BB

 

The Thomas Harriot Seminar has also published a Catalogue of the Tanner Papers in the University of Liverpool

(by G.R. Batho, M. Messaoudi and B.R. Worster-Davies)

Available at £3.50 each plus p & p

 

Thomas Harriot (1560 – 1621) was a polymath who studied the sciences, notably mathematics and navigation.  He was a pioneering ethnographer and linguist, and has been described as “master of all knowledge and true knowledge”

 

  

 

Durham County Local History Society Publications

 Telephone 0191 3709941 / 07582 741540

Email: hep_durham@hotmail.co.uk for p&p information

(members’ price in brackets)

 

The Lost Mills: A History of Papermaking in County Durham: 236pp.

Jean V. Stirk, 2006, paperback, ISBN 1 873757 85 9, £12.95 plus p & p

For at least a century and a half papermaking formed a significant part of the economy of Co. Durham, yet its existence has been largely ignored by industrial historians.  The Lost Mills: A History of Papermaking in County Durham id the definitive study of all the known mills in the county from the first recorded example in the 1670s to the closure of the largest mill in the north of England in 1980.

 

Joseph Bouet’s Durham: drawings from the age of reform: 67pp.

David Cross, 2005, coloured card cover, ISBN 0 902958 26 7, £10.00 (£5.00) 

Joseph Bouet’s Durham, written by the art historian Dr David Cross and published by Durham County Local History Society in association with Durham University Library, reproduces a selection of 38 of the 400 or so drawings produced by Bouet, who was a French drawing-master in Durham from the 1820s to the 1850s.  

 

Memoirs of a Primitive Methodist: Eventide Memories and Recollections by Henry Green: 43pp.

W. Stokes (Ed.) 1998, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 17 8, £4.00 + p & p

 

A County Durham Man at Trafalgar, Cumby of Bellerophon: 38pp.

H.W. Jackson, 1997, coloured, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 17 8, £4.00 + p & p (Currently unavailable)

 

Durham and the Pilgrimage of Grace: 68pp.

M. Bush, 2000, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 230 8, £4.00 + p & p

 

Parliamentary Survey of Muggleswick – 1649: 56pp.

Muriel Sobo (Ed.) 1995, coloured card cover, ISBN 1 870268 21 0, £3.00 + p & p

 

An Historic Atlas of County Durham: 88pp.

T. Corfe (Ed.), 1993, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 14 3, £6.00 + p & p

 

Durham City and its MPs, 1667-1992: 68pp.

A.J. Heesom, 1992, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 11 9, £4.00 + p & p

 

The Durham Crown Lordships: 196pp.

D.S. Reid, 1990, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 13 5, £2.00 + p & p

 

The Courts of the County Palatine of Durham: 112pp.

K. Elmsley & C.M. Fraser, 1984, laminated cover,

ISBN 0 902958 07 0, £7.50 (£4.50) + p & p

 

Radical Politics in the Later Eighteenth Century: 24pp.

H.T. Dickinson, 1979, card cover, 80p + p & p

 

C. Hodgson Fowler, Durham Architect, and his churches: 78pp.

J. Wickstead, 2001, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 21 6, £6.00 (£4.00) + p & p

 

The Bowes of Streatlam, County Durham: The Politics and Religion of a Tudor Gentry Family: 32pp.

C. M. Newman, 1999, ISBN 0 902958 18 6, £4.00 + p & p

 

The Apportionments and Maps of the City of Durham: 80pp.

David Butler (Ed.) 2005, coloured card cover, ISBN 0 902958 12 7, £6.00 + p & p

 

Memories of My Life in Tantobie in the Thirties: 93pp.

Joe Lown, 2004, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 24 0, £7.00 + p & p

 

Durham 1849: The 1849 Public Health Report on Durham City: 29pp.

D.J. Butler, 1997, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 15 1, £4.00 + p & p

 

Parliamentary Survey of Muggleswick – 1649: 56pp.

Muriel Sobo (Ed.) 1995, coloured card cover, ISBN 1 870268 21 0, £3.00 + p & p

 

An Historic Atlas of County Durham: 88pp.

T. Corfe (Ed.), 1993, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 14 3, £6.00 + p & p

 

Durham City and its MPs, 1667-1992: 68pp.

A.J. Heesom, 1992, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 11 9, £4.00 + p & p

 

The Durham Crown Lordships: 196pp.

D.S. Reid, 1990, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 13 5, £2.00 + p & p

 

The Courts of the County Palatine of Durham: 112pp.

K. Elmsley & C.M. Fraser, 1984, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 07 0, £7.50 (£4.50) + p & p

 

Radical Politics in the Later Eighteenth Century: 24pp.

H.T. Dickinson, 1979, card cover, 80p + p & p

 

C. Hodgson Fowler, Durham Architect, and his Churches: 78pp.

J. Wickstead, 2001, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 21 6, £6.00 (£4.00) + p & p

 

The Bowes of Streatlam, County Durham: The Politics and Religion of a Tudor Gentry Family: 32pp.

C. M. Newman, 1999, ISBN 0 902958 18 6, £4.00 + p & p

 

The Apportionments and Maps of the City of Durham: 80pp.

David Butler (Ed.) 2005, coloured card cover, ISBN 0 902958 12 7, £6.00 + p & p

 

Memories of My Life in Tantobie in the Thirties: 93pp.

Joe Lown, 2004, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 24 0, £7.00 + p & p

 

Durham1849: The 1849 Public Health Report on Durham City: 29pp.

D.J. Butler, 1997, laminated cover, ISBN 0 902958 15 1, £4.00 + p & p

 

 

Durham County Local History Society Bulletins

Prices from £3.50 (plus p & p)

 

No.1, June 1964                            No.26, May 1981                          No.51, Dec. 1992

No.2, Sept. 1964                           No.27, Dec. 1981                          No.52, May 1994

No.3, April 1965                           No.28, May 1982                          N0.53, Dec. 1994               

No.4, Sept. 1965                           No.29, Dec. 1982                          No.54, May 1995

No.5, June 1966                           No.30, May 1983                          No.55, Nov. 1995               

No.6, Dec. 1966                            No.31, Dec. 1983                           No.56, May 1996

No.7, Nov. 1967                            No.32, May 1984                           No.57, May 1998

No.8, March 1968                        No.33, Dec. 1984                           No.58, Nov. 1998

No.9, Dec. 1968                            No.34, May 1985                           N0.59, May 1999

No.10, March 1969                      No.35, Dec. 1985                           No.60, Nov. 1999

No.11, Nov. 1969                          No.36, May 1986                           No.61, May 2000

No.12, April 1970                         No.37, Dec. 1986                           No.62, Nov. 2000

No.13, Nov. 1970                          No.38, May 1987                           No.63, Autumn 2001

No.14, March 1972                       No.39, Dec. 1987                           No.64, Spring 2002

No.15, Dec. 1972                           No.40, May 1988                          No.65, Autumn 2002

No.16, June 1973                          No.41, Dec.1988                           No.66, Spring 2003

No.17, July 1974                           No.42, May 1989                           No.67, Autumn 2003

No.18, April 1975                          No.43, Dec. 1989                          No.68, April 2005

No.19, July 1975                           No.44, May 1990                           No.69, Jan. 2006

No.20, Oct. 1977                           N0.45, Dec. 1990                          No.70, May 2006

No.21, April 1978                          No.46, May 1991                           No.71, Feb. 2007

No.22, Nov. 1978                          No.47, Dec. 1991                           No.72, May 2007

No.23, April 1979                          No.48, May 1992                          No.73, May 2008

No.24, May 1980                          No.49, Dec. 1992                           N0.74, Sept. 2008

N0.25, Dec. 1980                          No.50, May 1992                          No.75, Feb. 2010

                                                                                                                   No.76, July 2011

                                                        

                                                   

      Bulletin Index for Nos. 1-60 (June 1964-Nov. 1999) £4.00

Bulletin Index for Nos. 1-70 (June 1964- ) £5.00

 

In future The DCLHS will be publishing these as

“Journals” rather than “Bulletins”

 

 

  

Hartop Pamphlets (all ISSN 09515313)

£2.50 each plus p & p

 

No. 6              Towards Supportive Education

                        By Dr. Ron Best

 

No. 7              ‘When I was Little’ The Experience of Power

                        By Dr. David Small

 

No. 8              Thirty Ways to Improve Counselling

                        By Professor Windy Dryden

 

No. 9              Can Counselling Help?

                        By Professor Emmy van Duerzen-Smith

 

No. 10            Growing in Wisdom: Not Growing Old

                        By Dr. Dorothy Rowe

 

No. 11            Psychological Trauma in Young People, How to Cope

                        By Dr. Jean Harris-Hendricks

 

No. 12            The Future of Individual Counselling

                        By Dr. Dave Mearns

 

No. 13            Progress in Education and Counselling

                        By Ian Howarth

 

No. 14            The Culture of Counselling

                        By J. Russell

 

No. 15            Counselling and Ethical Decision Making

                        By Dr. Tim Bond

 

No. 16            Counselling and Sanctuary

                        By Dr. Colin Feltham

 

No. 17            Research in Counselling: The Construction of Practical Knowledge

                        By Professor John McLeod

 

No. 18           Counselling in Kenya

                        By Cecilia Rachier

 

No. 19           The Mental Health of Children: The School’s Responsibility

                        By John McGuiness

 

No. 20           Responding to Children’s Problems – Can the Talking Therapies Survive the Medication Revolution?

                        By Maurice Place

 

No. 21            Intimate Encounters: Reflections on Counselling Practice, Training and Research

                        By Maggie Robson

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