Croydon Bibliographies for Regional Survey January 2002
Number 63 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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ALDHOUSE-GREEN, Stephen (2001). Great sites: Paviland cave. Br Archaeol, 61, 20-24.

ALLEN, Tim, Mike COTTERILL, and Geoffrey PIKE (2001). Copperas: an account of the Whitstable copperas works and the first major chemical industry in England. Ind Archaeol Rev, 23(2), 93-112.

ANDREWS, Paul, et al. (2001). A late 16th century timber-framed building at 137 - 143 High Street, Guildford. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 267-288.

ANDREWS, Phil, and Christopher PHILLPOTTS (2001). Excavation of a multi-period settlement site at the former St. John's Vicarage, Old Malden, Kingston upon Thames. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 161-224.

ANON (2001). Lost Roman town abandoned 2,000 years ago found in Kent. Br Archaeol, 62, page 6.

ANON (2001). Roman water-lifting machinery unearthed in London. Br Archaeol, 62, page 7.

BAGWELL, Mark, Barry BISHOP, and Alex GIBSON (2001). Mesolithic and Late Bronze Age activity at London Road, Beddington Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 289-307.

BELL, Christopher, et al. (2001). Excavation of multi-period sites at Lodge Lane, Addington, Geoffrey Harris House and Lloyd Park, South Croydon. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 225-265.

BLACKMORE, Lyn, and Robert COWIE (2001). Saxon and medieval Battersea: excavations at Althorpe Grove, 1975 - 8. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 67-92.

CAMPION, Garry (2001). Mass production and consumerism, 1850 - 2000: 'People, process, power and place': an archaeology of control in East Midlands outworking, 1820 - 1900. Trans TICCIH 2000, 75-84.

COOKE, Nicholas, and Christopher PHILLPOTTS (2001). Excavations at Battersea Flour Mills, 1996 - 7: the medieval and post-medieval manor houses and later Thames-side industrial sites. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 93-131.

COTTON, Jonathan (2001). Prehistoric and Roman settlement in Reigate Road, Ewell: fieldwork conducted by Tom K. Walls 1945 - 52. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 1-42.

COWIE, Robert, John CLOAKE, et al. (2001). An archaeological survey of Richmond Palace, Surrey. Post-Mediaeval Archaeol, 35, 3-52.

CROCKER, Alan (2001). Water turbines in Surrey. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 133-160.

DAHLSTRÖM, Eva (2001). Swedish engineering industry during the 19th century: from diversity to mass production. Trans TICCIH 2000, 85-92.

DENISON, Simon (2001). Detectorists report thousands of new finds to archaeologists. Third year of Government's voluntary recording scheme brings to light numerous intriguing rarities. Br Archaeol, 62, 4-5.

DENISON, Simon (2001). Ice Age hunting camp found in Hampshire. Br Archaeol, 61, page 4.

DENISON, Simon (2001). Lakenheath cemetery focused on Bronze Age mound. Br Archaeol, 61, page 7.

DENISON, Simon (2001). Medieval hospital found under modern hospital in Stoke-on-Trent. Br Archaeol, 61, page 5.

EVERSON, Tim (2001). Kingston upon Thames trading tokens of the 17th century and their issuers. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 43-66.

FOREMAN, Stuart (2001). Nitro-glycerine washing house, South Site, Waltham Abbey Royal Gunpowder Factory, Essex. Ind Archaeol Rev, 23(2), 125-142.

FOWLER, Peter (2001). Reading the land. Br Archaeol, 62, 14-19 [Landscape archaeology]

GEIJERSTAM, Jan af (2001). Swedish blast furnaces in India. Trans TICCIH 2000, 93-99.

GOULD, Michael H. (2001). The development of all-metal water towers. Ind Archaeol Rev, 23(2), 113-123 [Including railway water towers]

GRAHAM, David (2001). The Cricklestone and Thor's stone: parish boundary markers on Thursley Common. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 337-341.

HOWE, Tony, Gary JACKSON, and Cath MALONEY (2001). Archaeology in Surrey 2000. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 343-363.

JAMES, Tom Beaumont (2001). Years of pestilence: the Black Death … how archaeology is now adding to the story. Br Archaeol, 61, 8-13.

MENDE, Michael (2001). Places of proto-industry revisited: architectural remains of the 18th- and 19th-century woollen and worsted industries in the Eichsfeld region of Germany. Trans TICCIH 2000, 57-64.

MENUGE, Adam (2001). Technology and tradition: the English Heritage Survey of the Northamptonshire boot and shoe industry. Trans TICCIH 2000, 101-109.

MILNE, Gustav (2001). Joining the medieval fleet: archaeology has transformed our ideas of how, and where, medieval ships were built. Br Archaeol, 61, 14-19.

NEWMAN, Richard, David CRANSTONE, and Christine HOWARD-DAVIS (2001). The historical archaeology of Britain, c. 1540 - 1900. Stroud: Sutton Publishing: (ii) + 249pp [ISBN 0-7509-1335-5]

RAMSKJAER, Liv (2001). Developing consumption: the case of electric home appliances and plastic consumer goods in Norway. Trans TICCIH 2000, 111-118.

RUSSELL, Colin A. (2001). The centrality of the 'Chemical Revolution' for later industrial change: a challenge for industrial archaeology. Trans TICCIH 2000, 65-73.

SHERE, GOMSHALL AND PEASLAKE LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY (2001). Shere: a Surrey village in maps: a record of its growth and development. SGPLHS / Surrey Archaeological Society: x + 48pp [ISBN 0-9541460-0-X]

TATTON-BROWN, Tim (2001). The quarrying and distribution of Reigate stone in the Middle Ages. Medieval Archaeol, 45, 189-201.

TROTTIER, Louise (2001). Innovative materials and utilitarian beauty as incentives to the consumption of domestic appliances in Ontario and Québec, 1920 - 1990. Trans TICCIH 2000, 119-127.

TYLER, Kieron (2001). The excavation of an Elizabethan / Stuart waterfront site on the north bank of the River Thames at Victoria Wharf, Narrow Street, Limehouse, London E14. Post-Mediaeval Archaeol, 35, 53-95.

VIGOR, Paul H. (2001). Valetta Convention, Article 3. Ind Archaeol News, 119, page 9.

VINCE, Alan (2001). Ceramic petrology and post-medieval pottery. Post-Mediaeval Archaeol, 35, 106-118.

WILLIAMS, David (2001). Finds from Surrey 1997 - 9. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 309-331.

WILLIAMS, David (2001). A late Saxon timber structure from the Broad Ditch, Wisley. Surrey Archaeol Coll, 88, 333-336.

WILLIAMSON, Tom (2001). This ancient land: … Iron Age field patterns still survive in the modern Norfolk landscape. Br Archaeol, 61, page 46.

WILLMOTT, Hugh (2001). A group of 17th-century glass goblets with restored stems: considering the archaeology of repair. Post-Mediaeval Archaeol, 35, 96-105.

WILSON, Timothy, and David WILLIAMS (2001). An Italian maiolica albarello from Merstham, Surrey. Post-Mediaeval Archaeol, 35, 119-121.

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ANON (2002). Downe Bank. Wild Kent, Winter 2002 (January 2002), page 10.

BELLAMY, David (2001). Broad Mead update. Nature Line, 120, page 17.

CROYDON LB (2001). Issues for the review of Croydon's Unitary Development Plan. LB Croydon: 48pp

CROYDON LB (2001). Town centre regeneration. LB Croydon: 20pp

DOYLE, Jay (2001). The protected areas network in Surrey. Nature Line, 120, 4-7.

ELSON, Simon (2001). Open waters & large reedbeds. Nature Line, 120, 14-16.

GRANBY, Roger (2001). Nower Wood and the HLF. Nature Line, 120, 18-19 [Heritage Lottery Fund]

GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY (2001). Mayor of London: public services for a growing city. December 2001. GLA: ii + 44pp

GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY (2001). The Mayor's annual report 2001. GLA: 96pp

GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY (2001). ON Magazine, Summer 2001, GLA: unpaginated [Interview with Ken Livingstone]

HOLDEN, Michael (2001). Making the Southern work. Mod Railways, 59(640), 37-41.

JAMIESON, Andrew (2001). Brockham and Betchworth limeworks. Nature Line, 120, page 13 [Bat conservation]

LINNEAN SOCIETY OF LONDON (1994). Preserving the archives of nature: a guide for the owners of papers on nature conservation. Linnean Society of London: 8pp [CNHSS]

LIVINGSTONE, Ken (2001). The Mayor's transport strategy: highlights. Greater London Authority: 25pp

SELLICK, John (2001). The Linnean … Indexes of historical figures (Vols. 1 - 17) and contemporary persons (Vols. 1 - 16.) Linnean Society of London: 68pp

YOUNG, Geoffrey (edr) (1999). The wildlife trusts' nature reserves guide: a selection of the top 200 wildlife sites in the UK. Newark: The Wildlife Trusts: 256pp [ISBN 0-902484-69-9]

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ANON (2001). Boost for UK seismology. Geoscientist, 12(1), 8-9.

ANON (2001). Conservation: Birling Gap saved after public inquiry. Geol Today, 17(5), 167-168.

ANON (2001). Countryside: a bill for geologists? Geol Today, 17(5), 168-169.

ANON (2001). Violent storm 11. The great 1903 gale. Weather Eye, 9, page 13.

BUREK, Cynthia V. (2001). The first lady geologist, or collector par excellence? Geol Today, 17(5), 192-194 [Etheldred Benett (1776 - 1845)]

CHING, Mark (2001). The Great Lewes Avalanche: Christmas 1836. Weather Eye, 9, 6-7.

CRAWLEY, Alan (2001). Snow on high ground: a mountaineer's love of the white stuff. Weather Eye, 9, 10-11.

CURRIE, Ian (2001). The Kent and Essex hailstorms, Summer 2001. Weather Eye, 9, 3-4.

HUGHES, Tudor (2001). London's mirror image? The strange weather of Rio Gallegos. Weather Eye, 9, page 9.

MANNING, Cliff (2001). An extraordinary winter 1962 - 63. Weather Eye, 9, 16-17.

ROBINSON, [John] Eric (2001). The Tate Modern as geology. Geol Today, 17(5), 199- 200.

TRENCHARD, John (2001). Rain stopped play: a look at the Davis Index. Weather Eye, 9, page 12.

WALTHAM, Tony (2001). The pinning of Lyme Regis. Geol Today, 17(5), 175-176 [Landslip stabilisation]

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BAKER, Ian (2001). Tracing the Palace Gates branch. London Railway Rec, 30, 146-157.

BELHOSTE, Jean-François (2001). Paris, capital of the Industrial Revolution. Trans TICCIH 2000, 31-37.

BROOKES, Brian Sydney (2001). Obituary. Brian Sydney Brookes MBE (1936 - 2000.) J Bryol, 23(4), page 345.

COAD, Jonathan (2001). A major industry before the Industrial Revolution: Great Britain's Royal Dockyards. Trans TICCIH 2000, 23-29.

CONNOR, J.E. (2001). Rebuilding Noel Park. London Railway Rec, 30, 158-160.

DAVIS, Dorothy (2001). Mountain dew on Hunters Dale. Surrey Hist, 6(3), 144-149 [Virginia Water]

EVERSON, Tim (2001). Back numbers of Surrey Hist,. Surrey Hist, 6(3), 175-182 [Contents and dates of publication of previous issues listed]

GWYN, David Rhys (2001). 'Ignorant of all science': technology transfer and peripheral culture, the case of Gwynedd, 1750 - 1850. Trans TICCIH 2000, 39-45.

HAWKES, Arthur, and Jackie JOHNSON (2000). Redhill, Reigate & district family history guide to local records. Redhill Centre for Local & Family History: (vii) + 93pp [ISBN 0-9537532-3-9][CNHSS]

KNOWLDEN, Neil (2001). Therapia Lane Staff Halt. London Railway Rec, 30, page 179 [Tramlink - includes photograph]

MILLER, M. (2001). [Photograph of Addiscombe Station shortly before demolition] London Railway Rec, 30, page 173.

NISSER, Marie (2001). The Industrial Revolution in the 18th century: a Swedish response to the Industrial Revolution of the 18th century. Trans TICCIH 2000, 13-21.

NOYES, Ann (2001). The poll tax of 1380 for Shere and Gomshall. Surrey Hist, 6(3), 130-143.

PAGE, Michael, and Isabel SULLIVAN (2001). Accessions of records to Surrey History Centre in 2000. Surrey Hist, 6(3), 183-191.

PALMER, Marilyn, and Peter NEAVERSON (2001). From Industrial Revolution to Consumer Revolution: an introduction. Trans TICCIH 2000, 9-11.

PALMER, Marilyn, and Peter NEAVERSON (2001). The social archaeology of the textile industry. Trans TICCIH 2000, 47-55.

PASLEY, Charles William (1997). Observations on limes, with an introduction by Michael Wingate. Donhead Publishing Co. Ltd: (6) + (28) + 124pp [ISBN 1-873394-27-6][Reprinted of part of a work first published in 1838]

PINK, John (2001). The excise officers and their duties in Kingston upon Thames, 1643 - 1803. Surrey Hist, 6(3), 150-174.

RILEY, Ray, and Tony YOWARD (2001). Structuration theory and 19th-century corn milling in Portsmouth. Ind Archaeol Rev, 23(2), 85-92.

SARGENT, Michael (2001). Bank holiday at Paddington 1881. London Railway Rec, 30, 167-169.

SMITH, Michael J. (2001). London Transport's suburban tunnels. London Railway Rec, 30, 161-166.

WINKWORTH, D.W. (2001). Sherlock Holmes and others. London Railway Rec, 30, 170-172 [Named electric locomotive].

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BARNES, Sarah (2001). Morden Hall Park, Saturday 22nd September. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, page 16-17 [Ornithology field meeting]

COLEMAN, Derek (2001). Beddington Sewage Farm, 16 September 2001. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, page 16 [Ornithology field meeting]

DUCKETT, Tony (2001). Regents Park, 6 October 2001. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, page 17 [Ornithology field meeting]

HERBERT, Clive (2001). Report of the Mammal Recorder 2000 - 2001. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, 7-8.

HOWKINS, Chris (2001). Evergreen stories: holly, ivy, mistletoe and yew are all associated with winter celebrations … Nature Line, 120, 2-3.

KETTLE, Ron (2001). Virginia Water, 4 November 2001. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, page 19 [Ornithology field meeting]

MABBOTT, Paul (2001). Ladybirds in winter. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, page 11.

MILNER, Edward (2001). Spider spot. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, 9-10.

ROGERS, John (2001). House sparrows. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, page 5.

SCHMITT, Catherine (2001). Ecology and entomology field trip to Epsom Common, 23 September 2001. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, page 9.

WATERFIELD, Amanda (2001). Lichens: Lecanora conizaeoides and types. Newsl London Nat Hist Soc, 169, 14-15.

WYCHERLEY, Julia, and Richard ANSTIS (2001). Amphibians and Reptiles of Surrey. Surrey Wildlife Trust: 112pp [ISBN 0-9526065-9]

WYCHERLEY, Julia, and Richard ANSTIS (2001). Amphibians & Reptiles of Surrey. Nature Line, 120, page 8 [Introducing their new book]

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