Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey July 2000
 
Number 41 Library Accessions ISSN 0309 - 8591
 
Published irregularly at Croydon by the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society Limited, registered office : 96a Brighton Road, SOUTH CROYDON, Surrey CR2 6AD

Edited by Paul W Sowan, CNHSS Librarian
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ARCHAEOLOGY (including INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY)

ANON. (2000). Regular villas for Roman colonists in Kent. Br Archaeol, 53, page 7.

BARNES, Ian (2000). The excavation of an Iron Age settlement at Battlesbury Bowl: Warminster, Salisbury Plain Training Area. Sanctuary, 29, 38-39.

BELL, Christopher (2000). Croydon Tramlink. Archaeological excavations on sites at Lodge Lane, Addington, and Lloyd Park and Geoffrey Harris House, South Croydon. February 2000 Final Report. Oxford Archaeological Unit: 65 + 1 + 19 + 8pp + 19pp figs.

BURDON, Nikola, Adrian GREEN, and Cheryl SMITH (2000). Portable antiquities from the Thames foreshore. London Archaeologist, 9(5), 123-128.

CRUMP, R.W. (2000). Excavation at Great Burwood Farm: a late seventeenth century bailiff's house on Foulness Island, Essex. Sanctuary, 29, 42-43.

DAWSON, Graham (2000). Southwark in the Domesday Book. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 340, 5-8.

DAWSON, Graham (2000). Southwark Priory. London Archaeologist, 9(5), page 144.

DENISON, Simon (2000). Burial in water 'normal rite' for 1,000 years. Br Archaeol, 53, page 4.

EVANS, David (2000). Buried with the friars. Br Archaeol, 53, 18-23.

GOODMAN, Judith (2000). Stane Street in Greater London. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 340, page 15.

GRAHAM, David (2000). A bronze axe from Bagmoor Common, near Elstead (SU 926 423). Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 339, 11-12.

Hart, Alan (2000). The river Cray in Roman times. London Archaeologist, 9(5), page 144.

HAWKINS, Duncan, et al. (2000). The Archbishop of York's Battersea mansion. London Archaeologist, 9(5), 129-136.

HEARD, Kieron (2000). A post-medieval tawyers' yard in Bermondsey. London Archaeologist, 9(5), 137-143.

KAY, Peter (2000). Railway archaeological sites: King's Cross goods yard. London Railway Rec, 24, 361-370.

LAWRENCE, Alan (2000). An unusual London area train staff. London Railway Rec, 24, 375-376.

PEARSON, Mike Parker (2000). Great sites: Llyn Cerrig Bach. Br Archaeol, 53, 8-11.

RIALL, Nicholas (2000). A knife-cut crested ridge tile from Borelli Yard, Farnham. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 339, 10-11.

RIDE, David (2000). Benson's Folly: a lost monument at Porton Down. Sanctuary, 29, 8-9.

SAUNDERS, M.J., and S.D.G. WEAVER (2000). Battlebridge Lane, Merstham: a late Iron Age / early Roman settlement enclosure with prehistoric and early / middle Saxon deposits (TQ 2872 5244.) Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 340, 3-5.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2000). Why Hippolyte De Witt's kiln at Amberley didn't k. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 116, 7-10.

SOWAN, Paul W. (2000). The Reigate Stone Research Project. London Archaeologist, 9(5), 145-146.

STEVENS, Tony (2000). The restoration of the wind pump at Copses Farm, Holmwood. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 339, 3-5.

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GENERAL / GEOGRAPHY / PLANNING / CONSERVATION / REFERENCE

ANON (2000). Around the regions. Sanctuary, 29, 49-72 [Includes Ash Ranges and Training Areas, Pirbright, DERA Chertsey, Hankley, and Minley and Hawley Training Areas (Surrey) in pages 66-68]

ANON (2000). Croydon Tramlink opens. London Railway Rec, 24, 389-390.

ANON (2000). Joseph Firbank Nature Reserve. News from Surrey Wildlife Trust Local Groups, Spring 2000, page 1.

BEALEY, Clive (2000). The butterflies of Porton Down: a national treasure. Sanctuary, 29, page 36.

BRAINE, David (2000). Forest fires, dust storms or burst river banks: is this the Britain we'll have to learn to love? Sanctuary, 29, 4-5.

CHAMBERLIN, Russell (2000). A letter published in The Independent during the week of 15th - 19th May 2000: deprived Surrey. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 339, page 13.

DONOVAN, Jack (2000). Grasshoppers, bush-crickets and ground-hoppers at Castlemartin Range, Pembrokeshire. Sanctuary, 29, 14-15.

ENGLISH HERITAGE (2000). English Heritage in London: our future strategy. English Heritage: 28pp.

FRIEND, Patrick L., and Tony D. Heathershaw (2000). Thorney Island: life beyond the runways. Sanctuary, 29, 16-18.

GAY, Peter (2000). In harmony with nature: conservation in the Cinque Ports Training Area. Sanctuary, 29, 6-7.

GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (2000). The geologist's directory 2000. Geological Society of London: 310pp.

GIBSON, Chris (2000). Rebirth of a wetland. Fingringhoe Ranges, Essex. Sanctuary, 29, 30-31.

HAZEL, Alexandra (2000). The Sanctuary, Award. Sanctuary, 29, 46-47 [The work of the Pirbright Conservation Group is featured]

HOWARD, Richard (2000). Strategic developments for the Defence Estate. Sanctuary, 29, 2-3.

HOWELLS, Oliver (2000). A testing time for bumblebees at Porton Down. Sanctuary, 29, page 37.

HUBBARD, Phil, and Keith LILLEY (2000). Selling the past: heritage-tourism and place identity in Stratford-upon-Avon. Geography, 85(3), 221-232.

JUPP, Sarah (2000). Snipe, cows and fast jets: enhancing wildlife on three hill farms at RAF Spadeadam. Sanctuary, 29, 10-11.

MAYES, Julian (2000). Changing regional climatic gradients in the United Kingdom. Geograph J, 166(2), 125-138.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MINING HISTORY ORGANISATIONS (2000). Guidelines for the leisure use of mines. NAMHO: 21pp.

NEWCOMEN SOCIETY (2000). General index to Transactions volumes 51 - 65, 1979 - 1994, and indexes to book reviews and short communications in The Newcomen Bulletin Nos. 1 - 169, 1939 - 1997. Newcomen Society: vi + 140pp.

POWRIE, Keith (2000). "All change" at Wesy Moors. Sanctuary, 29, page 19.

RAWLING, Eleanor (2000). Ideology, politics and curriculum change: reflections on school Geography, 2000. Geography, 85(3), 209-220.

STEBBINGS, Robert (2000). RAF Chilmark: haven for bats and their insect food. Sanctuary, 29, 12-13.

THRIFT, Nigel, and Des WALLING (2000). Geography, in the United Kingdom 1996 - 2000. Geograph J, 166(2), 96-124.

WATSON, Pat (2000). Deer census: counting the Pippingford herd. Sanctuary, 29, 28-29.

WEST, Tim (2000). RAF Mildenhall. Sanctuary, 29, page 35.

WHITWORTH, Malcolm, William MURPHY, David GILES and David PETLEY (2000). Historical constraints on slope movement age: a case study at Broadway, United Kingdom. Geograph J, 166(2), 139-155.

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GEOLOGY / EARTH SCIENCES

DAWSON, Alastair G., and Greg O'HARE (2000). Ocean-atmosphere circulation and global climate: the El Nino - southern oscillation. Geography, 85(3), 193-208.

McCALL, Joe (2000). The great Colchester earthquake of 1884 revisited. Geoscientist, 10(7), 4-6.

TORRENS, Hugh S., Elana BENAMY, Edward B. DAESCHLER, Earle E. SPAMER, and Arthur E. BOGAN (2000). Etheldred Benett of Wiltshire, England, the first lady geologist - her fossil collection in the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, and the rediscovery of "lost" specimens of Jurassic Trigoniidae (Mollusca: Bivalvia) with their soft anatomy preserved. Proc Acad Nat Sci Philadelphia, 150, 59-123.

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LOCAL HISTORY

AKPAN, Eloïse (2000). The story of William Stanley: a self-made man. London: author: 86pp.

ALLEN, J.S. (2000). A short history of 'Lamella' roof construction. Trans Newcomen Soc, 71(1), 1-29.

ANON (2000). Lumpy's stumpy legacy. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 340, 1-2 [Cricket]

ANON (2000). Mapping the past: Surrey's mapmakers, historians and artists, 1600 - 1830. Summer Exhibition at Surrey History Centre, 6 June - 2 September 2000. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 339, 1-3.

AUGER, Réginald (2000). Frobisher the fraud. Br Archaeol, 53, 12-17.

BERKE, Brian (2000). Euston CCEHR. London Railway Rec, 24, 393. [Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway]

BOWER, Tristian, C. Ian BROOM, J. Roger CALVERT and Tamsin S. GARRETT (2000). Crofton pumping station: performance trials September 1949 and April 1998. Trans Newcomen Soc, 71(1), 49-77.

BROOKLANDS MUSEUM (2000). It happened at Brooklands. Newsl Surrey Ind Hist Group, 116, 10-11.

CONNOR, J.E. (2000). Early days on the CLR. London Railway Rec, 24, 386-388 [Central London Railway]

COX, J.G. (2000). Samuel Morton Peto and the building of the Eastern Counties Railway. J Railway Canal Hist Soc, 33(5), 347-351.

COX, Rosie (2000). Exploring the growth of paid domestic labour: a case study of London. Geography, 85(3), 241-251.

CROOME, Desmond F. (2000). Widened lines matters. London Railway Rec, 24, 394-395.

FAIRCLOUGH, K.R. (2000). Thomas Hankin, a Ware trader and bargeowner. J Railway Canal Hist Soc, 33(4), 217-227.

GRAVETT, Kenneth (2000). Another appreciation of Kenneth Gravett, 1930 - 1999. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 339, 13-14 [by Ron Davis]

HOUNSELL, Bernard, 1892, Coach drives from London. 2nd edn. London: "The Road" Office: 122pp.

JACKSON, Alan A. (2000). If the district had run to Sutton. A 1914 report. London Railway Rec, 24, 379-385 [Wimbledon and Sutton Railway]

LIFFEN, John (2000). The development of cash handling systems for shops and department stores. Trans Newcomen Soc, 71(1), 79-101.

LOGAN, Anthony (2000). Disused and abandoned underground stations. London Railway Rec, 24, page 393-394.

LORD, Evelyn (1999). Investigating the twentieth century: sources for local historians. Stroud: Tempus Publishing Ltd: 160pp.

MALCOLM, James, 1805, A compendium of modern husbandry, principally written during a survey of Surrey … Volumes I - III.. xx + 456 + 544 + 500 pp + folded map + vii pls.

MANNING, Pat (2000). Memories of a pre-War childhood: Haseltine Road School. Beckenham Historian, 329, 4-5.

PHILLIPS, John, 1997, John Loughborough Pearson R.A., architect of Truro Cathedral. Truro Cathedral: 8pp.

SEPHTON, Robert S. (2000). Success at last: the Oxford Railway Act, 1843. J Railway Canal Hist Soc, 33(5), 290-313.

SHORT, Brian (2000). English local history: the benefits of state surveillance in twentieth-century Britain. Occasional Paper University of Cambridge Board of Continuing Education 2: 20pp [Land valuation survey of 1910/11 and National farm survey of 1941c - 43]

SOWAN, Paul W. (2000). The mining records of Robert Hunt (1858.) Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 340, 8-12 [Records for the historic County of Surrey]

VICKERS, R.L. (2000). The beginnings of Diesel electric traction. Trans Newcomen Soc, 71(1), 115-127.

WEBSTER, N.W., 1970, Joseph Locke: railway revolutionary. Allen & Unwin: 218 + (5) adverts pages.

WHITBOURN, Elizabeth (2000). Visit to Down House and Lullingstone Roman Villa. Bull Surrey Archaeol Soc, 339, 14-16.

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MUSEUMS

ANON. (2000). Museum's future still in doubt despite grant. Croydon Advertiser, 5th May 2000 [Crystal Palace Museum]

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NATURAL HISTORY

BULL, Alec (2000). Some fungi of Stanford Training Area. Sanctuary, 29, 44-45

GARSTANG, Walter, et al. (1920). Zoology. VCH Hampshire and the Isle of Wight 1(3), 89-251 [First published 1900; reprinted separately 1920; includes sections on marine zoology, molluscs, myriapods, insects, spiders etc., crustaceans, fishes, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and mammals]

MEAD, Chris (2000). The state of the nations' birds. Whittet Books: 289pp.

MORRIS, Roger K.A. (2000). Possible use of the hairy footed flower bee Anthrophora plumipes (Pallas) as an indicator of higher urban temperatures: a call for recorders. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 160, 1-2.

PERTOLDI, Cino, et al. (2000). Craniometrical variability and developmental stability. Two useful tools for assessing the population viability of Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) populations in Europe. Biol J Linnean Soc, 70(2), 309-323.

TRENEMAN, Ann (2000). Space invader: Japanese knotweed … The Times, 27th June 2000

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