staffordshire county studies
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Geology, natural history, climate, archaeology, history, industry and farming, Staffordshire is at the heart of England. The Industrial Revolution was fostered here and the rise of science. ‘Progress’, self-improvement and enquiry were their companions.

Local studies’ societies and individuals studied Staffordshire and recorded what they found.

This website archives their publications; recent research is represented too.

Moorlands The Potteries Stafford Lichfield Tamworth The Black Country

Illustrations; The Roaches, Orange Wing Tip Butterfly, Wall Roman site, Staffordshire Hoard Cross, ‘Labyrinthodont’, Countryside,  Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire figurines, Coal mine


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NorthStaffordshire Field Club, Burton-on-Trent Natural History and Archaeological Society,Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society, SAHS, NSFC, Staffordshire local studies.Staffordshire archive, Staffordshire natural history, geology, meteorology,Staffordshire history and archaeology, mining, NorthStaffordshire, birds, butterflies, lepidoptera

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