2 edition of occupational and industrial structure of Birmingham, 1813-41 found in the catalog.
occupational and industrial structure of Birmingham, 1813-41
M. L. Alcot
Typescript from course - "Modern Birmingham : the formative years", held University of Birmingham, School of Continuing Studies, May 1989.
|Other titles||Modern Birmingham : the formative years.|
|Statement||research by M.L. Alcot and B.M. Pearce.|
|Contributions||Pearce, B. M., University of Birmingham. School of Continuing Studies.|
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