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Kirsty Gray explores the technological developments of the Industrial Revolution and their impact on people’s lives

Kirsty Gray explores the technological developments of the Industrial Revolution and their impact on people’s lives

Dr Janet Few explains the processes and rewards of one-place studies, a growing offshoot of family and local history

Dr Janet Few explains the processes and rewards of one-place studies, a growing offshoot of family and local history

The most significant UK data release of 2014 so far is the first phase of tithe commutation records at TheGenealogist.co.uk

The most significant UK data release of 2014 so far is the first phase of tithe commutation records at TheGenealogist.co.uk

Welcome (April 2014)

Powering the past

Kirsty Gray explores the technological developments of the Industrial Revolution and their impact on people’s lives

One place, many faces

Dr Janet Few explains the processes and rewards of one-place studies, a growing offshoot of family and local history

Following the plot

The most significant UK data release of 2014 so far is the first phase of tithe commutation records at TheGenealogist.co.uk

What’s on in April

Class conscious

In this exclusive book extract, Robert Elverstone explores the life of a Victorian school in Leicestershire

Paris of the West

New online data will help you explore roots in 19th century San Francisco

Books (April 2014)

Place in focus: Southampton

Break the brick walls: occupational records

Jenny Jones completes her series with a look at occupational records

Classified/next month