The Liskeard Mining Area in 1863 book list

Bibliography for the Liskeard Mining Area in 1863.

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Within the next few weeks the Liskeard Mining Area in 1863 Will be published on kindle. In order to provide its readers with a useful resource this post contains a list of some of the publications referred to. I have created a collection of those books on Amazon, click here to view.

If you are in the Liskeard Area, then it’s worth calling in to The Book Shop on the Parade to check if they are holding any of the in-print books, they often do, or will order a copy for quick delivery.

The Book list


This will be added to, and amended after the book has been published.

Bartlett
The mines and mining men of Menheniot, by Steve Bartlett.

Burt
The Cornish Mines. Mineral statistics of the United Kingdom, By Roger Burt, Raymond Burnley, Peter Waite. This has been recently re-published with a CD ROM.

WG
History and Progress of Mining in the Liskeard and Caradon District, 1863, By William Webb, Edward Beach and John Manley.

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Barton
A historical survey of the mines and mineral railways of east Cornwall and West Devon, by D B Barton.

CAU
The Minions study by the Cornwall archaeology unit, Adam Sharp

Dines
The Metalliferous Mining Region of South West England, by By H G  Dines

Sprago
The Mines of Cornwall VI. East Cornwall, By T Sprago.

Sketch
Sketch of the Life of William west of Tredenham, contained within the last great Cornish Engineer by John Manley.

Shambrook
The Caradon and Phoenix Mining area.

Jenkin, HJ
The mines and miners of Cornwall Part XII, around Liskeard, by A K Hamilton Jenkins.

MJ
The Mining Journal.

Watson
A Compendium of British Mining by J Watson

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