Studying local history
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Studying local history Guide to useful sources. by Hampshire Record Office.

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Published by Hampshire County Council in Winchester .
Written in English

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Pagination1 v. (62p.) :
Number of Pages62
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the thesis became local history written narrative. Because the history department does not have a local history course or program, my advisor Marla Miller advised I undertake an independent study on local history in order to gain an understanding of the scholarship pertaining to the theory, history, and practice of writing local history Stephanie Pasternak. Local Study. The importance of local history for developing a sense of place and identity is emphasised by the National Curriculum. The local landscape and buildings can often reveal a great deal about the use of land and the type of people who lived there in the past. Buildings and landscape can reveal how long a heritage the place has had. Finally, worksheets are also available to support the development of a local study from the Local History webpage. These are recording sheets which list the questions to think about when visiting local buildings, local archives and local museums. Teachers can use the whiteboard activity to start their study. Learning objectives. Pupils will. is a platform for academics to share research papers.

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