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a bibliography

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A Bibliography of Published Works Relating to Mines & Quarries working Minerals other than Fuels or Metalliferous Ores in the British Isles

(including the Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Northern Ireland and Eire)

Andy Bowman / Paul W. Sowan / Subterranea Britannica 1995

Notes

For works on mineral fuels and metalliferous ores see the following bibliographies

BENSON, J., R.G. NEVILLE and C.H. THOMPSON (1981) Bibliography of the British coal industry. OUP : 760pp.

BURT, Roger, and Peter WAITE (1988) Bibliography of the history of British metal mining. Books, theses and articles published on the history of metal mining in England, Wales, Scotland and the Isle of Man since the Second World War. University of Exeter / National Assoc. of Mining History Organisations : xii + 177pp.

The following bibliography has not been searched but may contain relevant material

DUNCAN, G.S. (1960) A bibliography of glass (from the earliest records to 1940.) London : viii + 544pp [16,000 entries]

Abbreviations

BGS = British Geological Survey

CSS = Chelsea Speleological Society

GARE = T.V. Holmes & C.D. Sherborn, 1891, Geologists' Association. A record of excursions made between 1860 and 1890. Edward Stanford: vii + 571 pp.

IGS = Institute of Geological Sciences

KURG = Kent Underground Research Group

MGS = Memoir of the Geological Survey

PGA = Proceedings of the Geologists' Association

QJGS = Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society

QMJ = Quarry Managers' Journal

SB = Subterranea Britannica

VCH = Victoria County History


In view of the size of the file, it has been split into separate files alphabetically according to author to save time downloading.


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