Norwich Since 1550

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Carole Rawcliffe, Richard Wilson, Christine Clark
Hambledon & London, 2004 - History - 604 pages
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Norwich remained the second largest city in England until the eighteenth century. Its history over the last 450 years is of exceptional interest. Norwich since 1550 is a full account of the post medieval history of the city and covers all aspects of Norwich life, including its population, housing, churches and chapels, politics, work, education, arts, architecture and medical card. While it changed and developed in many ways over the centuries, its textiles could not compete with those of the northern boom towns of the Industrial Revolution. Instead it settled into its role as a regional and banking capital.

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Carole Rawcliffe is Professor of Medieval History at the University of East Anglia [UEA], Norwich.

Richard G. Wilson is Emeritus Professor of Economic and Social History, UEA, Norwich.

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