The History of Scarborough: From Earliest Times to the Year 2000

 
 

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Illustrated with plates, maps and sketches, this a comprehensive history of this famous Yorkshire seaside  resort. Chapters feature the Bronze Age, the Roman Signal Station, Plantagenet times,the Civil Wars, the first seaside resort, shipping, fishing, Victorian times, wartime and much, much more.

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Illustrated with plates, maps and sketches, this a comprehensive history of this famous Yorkshire seaside resort. Chapters feature the Bronze Age, the Roman Signal Station, Plantagenet times,the Civil Wars, the first seaside resort, shipping, fishing, Victorian times, wartime and much, much more.

The dust wrapper is in very good condition, with very mild bumping to the extremities and minor handling marks.
The binding is square and tight.
The interior is clean, fresh and in fine condition.

The History of Scarborough: From Earliest Times to the Year 2000
By
Jack Binns

  • Publisher: Blackthorn Press, 2001
  • Hardcover
  • First edition
  • 14 x 22 cm.
  • 460 pages