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113 entries in all:  1  21  41  61  81  101 

Book noTitleAuthorYear of PublicationTown or AreaDescriptionPublisherISBN NoWithdrawn
136ORIGINS OF STREET NAMES IN THE CITY CENTRE OF MANCHESTERL.D. BRADSHAW1985MANCHESTER    
29OXEN, OAT CAKE AND ALEFRED CAMPBELL1985BURY    
145PORTRAIT OF LANCASHIREJESSICA LOFTHOUSE1967LANCASHIRE    
193PRIDE AND PASSION IN BURYEAMON KAVANAGH2012BURY DERBY BOOKS978-1-78091-162-5 
200PRIDE AND PASSION IN BURYEAMON KAVANAGH2012BURYThe story of the author's life growing up in Bury from around 1969.DERBY BOOKS PUBLISHING CO. LTD.978-1-78091-162-5 
6RAGE OF SANDGABRIEL HARRISON1971LYTHAM ST. ANNES    
197RAILWAYS IN AND AROUND BURYJEFFREY WELLS1995BURY CHALLENGER PUBLICATIONS1 899624 80 7 
63RIOTWILLIAM TURNER1992LANCASHIREThe story of the East Lancashire loom breakers in 1826.   
130SAMUEL BAMFORD. PORTRAIT OF A RADICALMORRIS GARRATT1992     
60SHAKESPEARE IN LANCASHIREGRAEME BRYSON1997LANCASHIRE    
0ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH, BURYJAMES LANCASTER1982BURY    
11ST. MARIE'S BURY - A HISTORY OF THE PARISHEDMUND A. WHITE2006BURY    
58STORIES OF OLD BURYKEN CRAVEN1996BURY    
144THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF GREATER MANCHESTER VOL. 1 MEDIEVAL MANCHESTERMICHAEL MORRIS1983MANCHESTER    
71THE BIGGEST ROOM IN THE WORLDR.D.H. SCOTT1976MANCHESTERManchester Royal Exchange.   
57THE CENTURY SPEAKSPHIL SMITH1999LANCASHIRE    
126THE CHARM OF LANCASHIREJ. CUMING WALTERS1929LANCASHIRE    
76THE CONSERVATION AREAS OF BURY METROBURY METRO BURY    
7THE COTTON INDUSTRYCHRIS ASPIN1981LANCASHIRE    
153THE EFFECTS OF THE FACTORY SYSTEMALLEN CLARKE1989 First published 1899   
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