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by M. Palmer,P. Neaverson

Download Basset Mines: Their History and Industrial Archaeology ePub
  • ISBN 0901450316
  • ISBN13 978-0901450319
  • Language English
  • Author M. Palmer,P. Neaverson
  • Publisher Northern Mine Research Society (April 30, 1987)
  • Pages 68
  • Formats txt lit rtf mbr
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Archaeology
  • Size ePub 1191 kb
  • Size Fb2 1130 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 312


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Basset Mines was a mining company formed in Cornwall, England, by the amalgamation . a b c d e The Basset Mines – Cornish Mining Images.

Basset Mines was a mining company formed in Cornwall, England, by the amalgamation of six copper and tin mining setts. It operated from 1896 until 1918, when it was closed due to a fall in the price of tin. Contents. a b c d e f g h Wheal Frances Mine – Cornwall Calling. The Basset Mines", Cornish Mining Images, retrieved 2016-08-23. Wheal Basset Mine, Cornwall", Cornwall in Focus, retrieved 2016-08-23.

They are joint authors of Industry and the Landscape: 1700-1900 (Routledge).

Palmer, . and Neaverson, P. A. 2001 The social archaeology of the textile industry. Palmer, . 2003 Handloom weaving in Wiltshire and Gloucestershire in the 19th century: the building evidence. Post-Medieval Archaeology, 37(1):126–58.

Thomas, J. (e. (2000) Interpretive Archaeology : a reader, London : Leicester University Press, ISBN 0-7185-0191-8. Retrieved 2014-01-29.

Palmer, M. & Neaverson, . Recommend this journal. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 January 2015.

Soon they were building their own furnaces and canals, the deer park became a huge coal .

Soon they were building their own furnaces and canals, the deer park became a huge coal mine (it now lies under the modern town of Telford), and the Leverson-Gowers made their fortune. The new landowners - the king's favourites - were less interested in sheep farming, but saw their new possessions as country estates. 20th-Century Defences in Britain: An Introductory Guide by I Brown (Council for British Archaeology, 1995).

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