by Chetham Society .
Written in English
|Series||Remains historical and literary connected with the Palatine counties of Lanacaster and Chester -- vol. 86 - new series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||274|
Growing up everyone in Rossendale seemed to have a Bero Book, although I don' remember seeing Bero flour. My Mum Evelyn's copy was brown print, full of flour and seemed like a fixture, although I don't think she had to consult it very often, as the same things were baked every week. 'Courting cake', 'maids of honour' and 'melting moments'. The Economic History of Rossendale. Preview this book by making coarse cloths such as kerseys bays and friezcs which were ulled and ﬁnished at Rochdale pp The Rossendale clothiers. While Rochdale was their chief marketing centre markets and fairs. The Economic History of Rossendale. By G. H. TUPLING. (Manchester: University Press. Longmans, Green & Co., Ltd. Pp. xxii + 21s.) FoR this detailed account of economic activities in the Rossen-dale valley-which includes the towns of Bacup, Newchurch, Haslingden and Rawtenstall-we are indebted to the inspiration. The Rossendale Valley also known as the Valley of Rossendale, is situated in the Rossendale area of Lancashire, England, between the West Pennine Moors and the main range of the area includes the steep-sided valleys of the River Irwell and its tributaries (between Rawtenstall and Bacup), which flow southwards into Greater rivers cut Coordinates: 53°41′53″N 2°16′52″W / °N .
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