Principles of Environmental Toxicology

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"Parsonages "draws on the evidence of architecture, official documents, private records, literary accounts and contemporary and modern images to build a picture of parsonages and their occupants. It also includes a section on tracing the history of a parsonage From the middle ages to the present day parsonages have been amongst the most significant dwellings in every kind of British community. Their roles have been wide and varied. Architecturally they are important and unusually well-documented, including examples of domestic architecture ranging from medieval vernacular buildings to the custom house designs of leading architects of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to the more modest homes of today's clergy. Parsonages are important not only as buildings but for the part they, and their occupants, have played in the life of local communities and in their links with the wider world. The parsonage, a hub of activity and connections, a place of change and continuity, provides fascinating historical insights both general and more

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  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 30 MONO; 40 COL
  • 0747813558
  • 9780747813552

About I. C. Shaw

Dr. Kate Tiller is Reader Emerita in English Local History at Oxford University, a Fellow of Kellogg College and a Visiting Fellow in English Local History at the University of Leicester. She has a longstanding interest in the religious and social history of local communities on which she has taught and published extensively. Dr. Tiller was born in a Fenland vicarage built in more

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Introduction  Chronology  Conscription and Enlistment  Training  Appearance  Weapons and Equipment  Belief and Belonging  Conditions of Service  On Campaign  The Aftermath of Battle  Collections and Museumsshow more

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