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The table shows people of African descent  who lived in Bristol. Scipio Africanus  (1720) was one of them.

After the expulsion of 1290, Jews were not allowed in England and Wales, though there were some ‘secret Jews’ illegally resident in the city by the

The history of education in Bolsover falls into several well-defined phases.

The coal trade was at the centre of Sunderland's economy throughout the 18th and 19th century.

From directories and other sources comes evidence of trades and occupations in the port and surrounding area before 1800.

The government of Sunderland was determined by its status as a medieval borough.

As the port developed its overseas trade, Sunderland began to appear on sea charts and navigational guides.

Glass making was one of the industries which developed in later 17th century Sunderland, taking advantage of the supply of otherwise unsaleable coa

Bricks and tiles have been used for building in Ledbury for centuries.

Eccles is a village in the English county of Kent, part of the parish of Aylesford and in the valley of the River Medway.

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