Peak District Mines Historical Society
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Index to "Mining History" - the PDMHS Bulletin

Index to "Mining History" - Volume 17

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"Mining History" Volume 17, No 1

  • "Coal Mining in Beard and Bugsworth in Northwest Derbyshire" - Chris Heathcote
  • "The Mines and Forges of the Lower Derwent Valley, Derbyshire, covering the Duffield Frith, Heage and beyond" - Peter J. Naylor

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'Mining History' Volume 17, No 1

"Mining History" Volume 17, No 1

"Mining History" Volume 17 Number 2

  • A Gazetteer of the Lead Mines in Buxton, Fairfield, and Wormhill 'Out' Liberties in North-West Derbyshire - Chris Heathcote
  • The Geological Setting of the Lead Mines in the Lathkill Dale and Wye Valley Area, Derbyshire - Trevor D. Ford
  • The Formation and Early History of Beard Colliery, Gowhole, near Furness Vale, North-West Derbyshire - Chris Heathcote
  • A Coal Getting Agreement, No. 1 Mercantile Colliery, near Tonmawr, May 1894

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'Mining History' Volume 17, No 2

"Mining History" Volume 17, No 2

"Mining History" Volume 17, No 3

  • Metal Mines through Time: Unravelling Archaeological Evidence at Long-Worked Mines in the Peak District - John Barnatt and Terry Worthington (with Contributions by John Hunter, James H. Rieuwerts and Andy Tickle)

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'Mining History' Volume 17, No 3

"Mining History" Volume 17, No 3

"Mining History" Volume 17, No 4

  • The Lead Legacy – Recent Archaeological Research and Conservation Initiatives at Peak District Mines - John Barnatt
  • An Introduction to the Ecology of Lead Mining Remains in the Peak District - Rebecca Penny
  • Archaeology of Mining Landscapes in Germany - Martin Straßburger
  • Mining, Quarrying, Archaeology and the Historic Environment: The Evidence for the Early Part of the Medieval Period up to 1200 - Peter Claughton
  • The Development of Colliery Haulage and Winding Systems - G. Hayes
  • Linares, Spain – The British Contribution to the Landscape - Dr. Rob Vernon
  • The Port Phillip and Colonical Gold Mining Company in the 1850s Australian Gold Rush - John Woodland
  • Early Mining and Metallurgy in Zimbabwe's Eastern Highlands - Ann Kritzinger
  • Pen-Pushers with Pans: 20th-Centru Tasmanian Osmiridium Mining - Dr. Nic Haygarth
  • NAMHO so far – what has it achieved? - Ivor Brown
  • National Coal Mining Museums – Fossilised Monuments or Leaders of our Future? - Margaret Faull
  • Abstracts

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'Mining History' Volume 17, No 4

"Mining History" Volume 17, No 4

"Mining History" Volume 17, No 5

  • The Geological Setting of the Lead Mines in the Northern part of the White Peak, Derbyshire - Trevor D. Ford
  • A History & Gazetteer of the Lead Mines within Bradwell Liberty, Derbyshire:1216-1890 - Chris Heathcote
  • Saxon Miners in Serbian Medieval Laws and Written Textx - Milan D. Stojkovic

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"Mining History" Volume 17, No 5

"Mining History" Volume 17, No 6

  • Barytes Mining at Grin Low - Chris Heathcote
  • John Barratt and the Grassington Mines - M. C. Gill
  • A Model of Beever Mine, Grassington - M. C. Gill
  • The North Yorkshire Moors Coalfields - M. C. Gill
  • Railway Subsidence at Whaley Bridge - Chris Heathcote
  • Index to Volume 17 - David Williams        

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'Mining History' Volume 17, No 6

"Mining History" Volume 17, No 6