Book Sources

Author Yearsort icon Description
Ashurst, D. 1962 A Visitor's Guide to the Parish Church of St Mary Worsbrough. [unpublished].
Sheffield City Council 1962 Ten Years of Housing in Sheffield. Sheffield: Sheffield Corporation.
Sheffield Corporation 1962 Ten Years of Housing in Sheffield 1953-1963 Sheffield: The Housing Development Committee of the Corporation of Sheffield
Smith, A.H. 1962 The Place-Names of the West Riding of Yorkshire: Part VII. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Coates, B.E. 1963 The Work of Richard Woods, Landscape Gardiner, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Transaction of the Hunter archaeological Society, Vol 8, 297-306.
Radley, J. & Mellars, P. 1963 Hail Mary Hill: a Mesolithic Surface Site in the Rother Valley. Transaction of the Hunter Archaeological Society Vol 7, 301-311.
Brown, I.J. & Cowdell, F.W. 1967 The Mining of Raddle in the Rotherham Area. Bulletin of the Peak District Mines Historical Society Vol 3(3), 133-42.
Griffin, J. D. 1967 The Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene Whiston. Rotherham: L. A. Ratcliffe.
Pevsner, N. 1967 The Buildings of England - Yorkshire (West Riding). (2nd edition) Radcliffe, E. (ed.). Middlesex: Penguin Books Ltd.
Crossley, D. & Ashurst, D. 1968 Excavations at Rockley Smithies, a Water-powered Bloomery of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Post Medieval Archaeology Vol.2. Maney Publishing.
Lewis, G. 1968 [no title] - Memo from City Engineer re. Graves Park Fishponds [unpublished].
Rigold, S.E. 1968 Monk Bretton Priory. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 125, 322.
Addy, J. 1969 A Coal And Iron Community In The Industrial Revolution 1760-1860. London: Longman Group Ltd.
Mott, R.A. 1969 The Water Mills of Beauchief Abbey. Transactions of the Hunter Archaeology Society, Vol 9 (pt 4), 203-220.
Brown, I.J. 1970 Supplementary Notes on The Working of Raddle at Micklebring, Rotherham Area. Bulletin of the Peak District Mines Historical Society Vol 4(3), 249-251.
Cox, A. and Cox, A. 1970 The Potteries of South Yorkshire. The Antique Dealer and Collectors Guide, Nov .
Wild, J.B. 1970 Preliminary Report on the Excavation at Green Lane, Rawmarsh [unpublished].
Griffin, A.R. 1971 Mining in the East Midlands 1550-1947. London: Frank Cass and Co.
Le Patourel, H.E. 1971 The Moated Sites of Yorkshire. London: Society for Medieval Archaeology
Thompson, M.W. 1971 Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire. London: HMSO.
Innocent, C.F. 1971 [1916] The Development of English Building Construction. Newton Abbot: David & Charles.
Field, J. 1972 English Field Names: A Dictionary. Newton Abbot: David & Charles.
Dolby, M. 1973 Edlington Woods. Yorkshire Council for the Environment.
Garland, E. & Young, B. 1973 From Dore to Dore. [unknown].
Raistrick, A. 1973 Industrial Archaeology. London: Grafton Books.
Shorter Oxford English Dictionary 1973 Volume 1, 3rd edition. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Lawrence, H. 1974 Yorkshire Pots and Potteries. Newton Abbott: David and Charles.
Lodge, T.J. 1974 Lidgett Colliery. The Industrial Railway Record, 54, 237-252 [online]. Available from:
Pollard, E., Hooper, M.D. and Moore, N.W. 1974 Hedges. London: Collins
Thorp, F. 1974 The Yorkshire Archaeological Register 1973. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, vol. 46, 141-157.
Hunter, J. 1974 [1831] South Yorkshire: the History and Topography of the Deanery of Doncaster in the Diocese and County of York, Volume II. London: Joseph Hunter / J.B. Nichols and Son.
Andrews, C.R. 1975 The Story of Wortley Ironworks. 3rd Edition. Nottingham: R. Milward Printers Ltd.
Barwick, J., Buckland, P., & Dolby, M. 1975 The Doncaster Region in Roman Times. Doncaster: Doncaster Museum Publication 45.
Connor, T. 1975 The Building of Campsmount. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Vol 47, 121-132.
Hey, D. 1975 The Parks at Tankersley and Wortley. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 47, 109-118.
Mercer, E. 1975 English Vernacular Houses. London: HMSO.
Taylor, C. 1975 Fields in the English Landscape. London: J.M Dent.
Barley, M.W. 1976 The Plans and Topography of Medieval Towns in England and Wales: CBA Research Report 14. York: CBA.
Barraclough, K. 1976 Sheffield Steel. Buxton: Moorland Publishing.
Beswick, P. 1976 Bishops House. Sheffield: Sheffield City Museums.
Butler, L. 1976 The Evolution of Planted Towns after 1976. In: M.W. Barley (ed.), The plans and Topography of Medieval Towns in England and Wales. York: Council for British Archaeology. – (CBA Research Report no 14).
Doe, V. 1976 Some Developments in Middle Class Housing in Sheffield. In: S. Pollard and C. Holmes eds. Essays in the Economic and Social History of South Yorkshire. Barnsley: South Yorkshire County Council, Recreation Culture and Health Dept, 174-186.
Gaskell, S.M. 1976 Sheffield City Council and the Development of Suburban Areas Prior to World War I. In: S. Pollard, and C. Holmes (eds.), Essays in the Economic and Social History of South Yorkshire. Sheffield: South Yorkshire County Council, 187-202.
Gray, G.D.B. 1976 The South Yorkshire Coalfield. In: J. Benson & R.G. Neville (eds.), Studies in the Yorkshire Coal Industry. Manchester University Press, 31-44.
Sheffield City Council 1976 Midhopestones Conservation Study 1. [unpublished].
Magilton, J.R. 1977 The Doncaster District: An Archaeological Survey. Doncaster: Doncaster Museum and Arts Service.
Roberts, P. 1977 Moated Sites of the Doncaster District. In: J.R. Magilton, 1977 The Doncaster District: An Archaeological Survey. Doncaster: DMBC Museum and Arts Service, 91-93.
Sheffield City Council 1977 Brightholme Lee Conservation Area [unpublished].
Ryder, P.F. 1977a 35 Kiveton Lane, Todwick [unpublished report]. For South Yorkshire County Archaeological Service.
Ryder, P.F. 1977b Cruck Building, The Old Rectory, Handsworth [unpublished].