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11. Popular Radicalism and the Swing Riots in Central Hampshire
David Kent's study of early 19th-century popular radicalism and the 1830 'Swing Riots', focusing on villages in the Dever valley, central Hampshire.

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12. Formal and Informal Enclosures in Hampshire, 1700-1900
John Chapman and Sylvia Seeliger's exploration of enclosure in Hampshire in the 18th and 19th centuries, examining the different methods of enclosure (informal, formal agreements, and parliamentary), and tracing the impact of enclosure on Hampshire's landscape.

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13. The Stained Glass Windows of William Morris and his Circle in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
David Bond and Glynis Dear's study of stained glass windows by William Morris and his circle in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight ,1862-1930, including works by designed by Edward Burne Jones.

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14. Southampton and the Navy in the Age of Henry V
Susan Rose's study of shipbuilding in Southampton in the early 15th century, and the building of the Grace Dieu for Henry VIII's navy.

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15. The Jolly Farmer? William Cobbett in Hampshire, 1804-1820
Barbara Biddell's study of the life of polemicist and author William Cobbett, focusing on the years he spent in the village of Botley, Hampshire, 1804-1820, and describing his farming pursuits, and his role in the local community.

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16. The Dissolution of the Monasteries in Hampshire
John Hare's account of the dissolution of the monasteries in Hampshire 1536-9, looking at Hampshire monasteries before dissolution, the landowners who took over monastic properties and the reuse of monastic buildings.

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17. The King Alfred Millenary in Winchester, 1901
Barbara Yorke's study of the links between King Alfred and Winchester, and the celebrations organised in Winchester to mark his millenary in 1901.

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18. The Black Death in Hampshire
Tom Beaumont James' account of the outbreak of the plague, known as the Black Death, in mid-14th century Hampshire, exploring its impact on the county's population and economy, and also on church art and architecture, and vernacular buildings.

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19. George Marston: Shackleton's Antarctic Artist
Stephen Locke's study on the life of George Marston (1882-1940), artist on Ernest Shackleton's Antarctic expeditions on the Nimrod (1907-9) and Endurance (1914-16), and later Director of the Rural Industries Bureau.


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20. John Colson: a Hampshire Architect of the Victorian Age
Brenda Poole's study of the life and career of John Colson (1820-1895), Winchester architect, responsible for the design and restoration of many Hampshire churches, schools and parsonage houses.

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