Includes sites with historical information of national importance. Sites with content specific to a county or town should be submitted to United Kingdom/England.
Account by Fred Gibbs, a Birmingham man who worked on the railway between the years 1918 and 1967.
Full text of the illustrated children's history book written in 1920 by H. E. Marshall.
An annual event devoted to medieval history and culture. Information on past meetings, and date and location of upcoming meeting.
History, culture, and daily life during the Middle Ages.
A selection of primary documents, in modern English translation, illustrating aspects of urban society in medieval England.
A society for all those in the East Yorkshire area interested in the history and culture of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
General topics arranged in broad time periods.
First published in 1849, it covers the English Civil Wars through to the Monmouth Rebellion.
Translation from the Latin of the original version of the Magna Carta of Great Britain, signed by King John at Runnymede in 1215. With links to glossary and Latin original text.
A history of the services in photographs.
Contemporary descriptions of English towns and cities written between 1835 and 1848 and published in "The Penny Cyclopedia". Also sells copies of 19th-century engravings showing views of English towns.
Online copy of Domesday Book of 1086: search for a town or village, find population and tax records, and see the original folios.
Songs, poems, stories, memoirs, letters, satires, sermons, and other writings from the times are used to tell about the English highwayman from the 14th through the 19th centuries.
A selection of unusual stories about English History covering topics as diverse as feuds, nudes, death, disease and disaster from Roman times up to the present day.
Provides information on the battle between King Harold II of England and Duke William of Normandy that changed the course of history in England. Includes a timeline, biographies and a history quiz.
Historic association of maritime towns in Kent and Sussex. Includes history, heraldic and ceremonial information, events, contacts and links about the ports and associated towns.
Three essays on post-conquest England, by WF Maitland.
Full text of Peter Earle's book, subtitled "Business, Society and Family Life in London 1660-1730".
Based at the Institute of Historical Research, the English local history series began in 1899 and was dedicated to Queen Victoria. Includes information and draft text for counties in progress.
First published in 1911, this study in the government of England before the Reform Bill takes a detailed look at the consequences of the acts of enclosure, which dramatically changed life in the countryside. Full text available on-line.
A brief history of the periods of transition in England, including the Norman Conquest, the Plague, and the Reformation.
Large historical image collection from English Heritage. Profile and image search.
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