Issue: The vernacular workshop:

Subtitle from craft to industry, 1400--1900
Publication Type
Abstract Papers arising from a conference held at the Department of Continuing Education in Oxford, 2002, in association with the Vernacular Architecture Group and the Association for Industrial Archaeology. The authors aim to evaluate the workshop both as a building type and as a workplace, and take account of the regional scale of the workshop economy as well as the distinct types of building associated with different industries. Papers also explore the implications of the workshop as a method of work organisation, from the point of view both of entrepreneurs and of workers. Includes French and German summaries. Also includes
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Editor P S Barnwell
Issue Editor P S Barnwell
Marilyn Palmer
Malcolm R Airs
Publisher Council for British Archaeology
Year of Publication 2004
Volume 140
Number of Pages: 217
ISBN 1-902771-45-1
Subjects / Periods
BIAB: Workshops
BIAB: Vernacular Architecture
BIAB: Industry [Ie Past Practice Of]
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Note Is Portmanteau: 1
Source The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
Monograph Chapter Title Sort Order Both Arrows Access Type Author / Editor Page
Start/End Sort Order Up Arrow
Marilyn Palmer
1 - 16
Helen Clifford
17 - 27
Jane C Grenville
28 - 37
Leigh Alston
38 - 59
Peter Guillery
60 - 74
C Giles
75 - 89
Geoffrey Timmins
90 - 100
Garry Campion
101 - 121
includes four appendices covering excerpts from 1858 Wright's Directory and the 1881 Census relating to the areas of study
Adam Menuge
122 - 135
N Wray
136 - 149
John Cattell
150 - 165
Mark Bowden
166 - 172
Barrie Trinder
173 - 178
P S Barnwell
179 - 182