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The Little History of Suffolk

By (author) Sarah E. Doig
Genres: Local history
Format: Hardback
Publisher: The History Press Ltd, Stroud, United Kingdom
Published: 8th Oct 2018
Dimensions: w 119mm h 201mm d 25mm
Weight: 315g
ISBN-10: 0750985992
ISBN-13: 9780750985994
Barcode No: 9780750985994
If we scratch beneath the surface of the Suffolk we know today, there are numerous surprising, touching and alarming tales which bring to life the rich history of this county. The Little History of Suffolk reveals the devastating effect of the dissolution of the monasteries, the decline of the once-booming cloth trade, drastic erosion of the coastline, and the disappearance of large country houses and estates. Here you will also find the rise of the chic Victorian seaside resorts, the captains of the brewing and iron industries who put Suffolk firmly on the post-industrial revolution map, and the key wartime role the county played over many centuries. No corner of Suffolk is left unturned in this small book with a huge punch.

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