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Publications: Lincolnshire County Council

Grantham: The War Years 1939-1945 A Pictorial Insight
Grantham: The War Years 1939-1945  A Pictorial Insight   Walter Lee, a Grantham man born in the town in 1891, set up his photographic business in the town and kept a meticulous diary of the war and its effects on the town.
 
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Lincolnshire Women
Lincolnshire Women   Religious martyrs, actresses, writers, sportswomen, and murderesses are among the women who, born in Lincolnshire, or coming to the county to live, leave their enduring mark on its past and present.
 
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Old and New Landscapes in the Horncastle area
Old and New Landscapes in the Horncastle area   This book presents the results of research into the enclosure of the Lincolnshire Landscape, covering 23 parishes around the market town of Horncastle in East Lindsey.
 
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Parliamentary Enclosure and New Lincolnshire Landscapes
Parliamentary Enclosure and New Lincolnshire Landscapes   This book presents the results of research into the enclosure of the Lincolnshire Landscape, covering 36 parishes across the whole county and gives, for each, all the known details of the enclosure process.
 
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Stamford Memories
Stamford Memories   Memories of life in Stamford before and during the Second World War vividly evoke a time so recently past yet having an atmosphere of its own.
 
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The Postcard World of Tennyson
The Postcard World of Tennyson   A delightful glimpse into the life and times of Tennyson and the art of the picture postcard.
 
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The Man Who Ate His Boots the remarkable story of Sir John Franklin (1786-1847)
The Man Who Ate His Boots  the remarkable story of Sir John Franklin (1786-1847)   This book was prepared to try to make people, particularly Lincolnshire people, more aware of the remarkable life of one of the county's most famous sons.
 
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