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Dirty Old Town? Recording Industrial Archaeology in the Urban Historic Environment

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JournalIndustrial Archaeology Review
DatePublished - 2005
Issue number1
VolumeXXVII
Pages (from-to)57-65
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

British Industrialization was accompanied by a huge increase in population and the rapid and unplanned expansion of many towns and cities. New types of workplace and new forms of domestic settlement were created to facilitate the growth of manufacturing activity and new types of housing were built to accommodate workers and their families as the 19th century progressed. This paper offers some personal thoughts on the recording of industrial archaeology in the urban historic environment.

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