Papers in North East history

This is a series of papers each founded on the original research of its author. They are available from the Secretary, centre for regional and local historical research, Teesside University, Middlesbrough TS1 3BX at £5.95.

(* Denotes out of print)

Whitby Abbey
  • No 1: Kings of the Moor: North Yorkshire Racehorse Trainers, 1760-1900, M J Huggins (1991)
  • No 2: A Great Revolutionary Deluge? Education and the Reformation in County Durham, J J Vickerstaff (1992)*
  • No 3: A Few Choice Spirits: Working Class Radicals in Cleveland, 1870-75 , A Nicholson (1993)
  • No 4: Fountains Abbey in Mid-Fifteenth Century, S Payne (1993)
  • No 5: Politics and the Northumberland Miners: Liberals and Labour in Morpeth and Wansbeck, 1890-1922, R M Hodnett (1994)
  • No 6: A Well-Chosen, Effective Body of Men: the Middlesbrough Police Force, 1841-1914, D Taylor (1995)
  • No 7: Robert Bowes and the Pilgrimage of Grace, Christine M Newman (1997)*
  • No 8: The Sequence of the Sacrament at Durham, John McKinnell (1998)
  • No 9: Backhouses' Bank, 1764-1839, John Banham (1999)
  • No 10: The Grey Monument: The Making of a Regional Landmark, Peter Brett (2000)
  • No 11: The Foundation of Hexham Priory, 1070-1170, Ralph Waltershpracher (2002)
  • No 12: The Teesside Seaside: Redcar Between the Wars, John Walton (2003)
  • No 13: The Fragility of Rural Liberalism: Parliamentary Elections and Party Politics in Richmond (North Yorkshire), 1832-1929, Duncan Bythell (2003)
  • No 14: The Port of Stockton 1702-1802, Tony Barrow (2005)
  • No 15: Hostility or Welcome: Migration to the North East Since 1945, David Renton (2006)
  • No 16: Law and Disorder in the Medieval North-East: The Claxtons and the Barony of Dilston in Northumberland, Brian Barker (2007)
  • No 17: Selling Coals to Newcastle: the media and publishing in relation to North Eastern folk music, 1945-1975, Judith Murphy (2008)
  • No 18: The Death of Nicolas Fairles: Law and community in South Shields, 1832, A Marshall (2009).
  • No 19: Sherburn Hospital from the beginning to the Reformation, 1184-1595, Margaret Harvey (2012)
  • No 20: Free medicine: medical charity in early nineteenth century Alnwick and Morpeth, Anne Hattersley (2013)
  • No 21: First World War Memorials and Community in North East England, Denise Coss (2014)
  • No.22: The Tees Valley: History and Identity, A J Pollard (2016)