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Need to decide what distinguishes this from local history / other genres.
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Cumberland: An Historical Account of Cumberland
The Antiquities of Furness; or, an Account of the Royal Abbey of St. Mary, in the Vale of Nightshade, near Dalton in Furness, Belonging to the Right Honorable Lord George Cavendish.
The History of the County of Cumberland, and Some Places Adjacent, from the Earliest Accounts to the Present Time: Comprehending the Local History of the County; Its Antiquities, the Origin, Genealogy, and Present State of the Principal Families, with Biographical Notes; Its Mines, Minerals, and Plants, with Other Curiosities, Either of Nature or of Art. Particular Attention is Paid to, and a Just Account Given of Every Improvement in Agriculture, Manufactures, &c. &c. By William Hutchinson, F. A. S. Author of the History of Durham, &c. In Two Volumes. [Vol. I/II].
The Antiquities of Furness. Illustrated with Engravings. By Thomas West. A New Edition with additions by William Close.
Voyage en Angleterre, pendant les années 1810 et 1811: avec des observations sur l'état politique et moral, les arts et la littérature de ce pays, et sur les moeurs et les usages de ces habitans. Tome Premier.
The History and Antiquities of Leath Ward, in the County of Cumberland: with Biographical Notices and Memoirs. By Samuel Jefferson. Illustrated with numerous Plates and Engravings.
Furness and Furness Abbey, or, A Companion Through the Lancashire Part of the Lake District.
The History and Antiquities of Allerdale Ward, above Derwent, in the County of Cumberland: with Biographical Notices and Memoirs. By Samuel Jefferson, Author of "The History and Antiquities of Leath Ward," "The History of Carlisle," &c. Illustrated with numerous Plates and Engravings.
The Worthies of Cumberland: The Howards. Rev. R. Matthews, John Rooke, Captain Joseph Huddart. By Henry Lonsdale, M.D.
Reminiscences of Yarrow by the Late James Russell, D.D. With a Preface by Professor Campbell Fraser, LL.D., D.C.L. Edited and Annotated by the Late Professor Veitch, LL.D. Illustrated by Tom Scott, A.R.S.A. Edition De Luxe.
Some Records of Two Lakeland Townships (Blawith and Nibthwaite,) Chiefly from original documents. By A. P. Brydson. Illustrated. London. Elliot Stock, 62, Paternoster Row, E. C.
Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquaries and Archaeological Society. Extra Series: Vol. XIII. The Castles and Fortified Towers of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire North-of-the-Sands, Together with a Brief Historical Account of Border Warfar. By John F. Curwen, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A.
From the Old South-Sea House, Being Thomas Rumney's Letter Book, 1796-1798, Edited by his Great-Great-Nephew A.W. Rumney, Author of "The Dalesman," Etc., With Illustrations
Lake District History by W. G. Collingwood, M.A., F.S.A., President of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian Society, and President of the Lake Artists' Society. New Edition.
Village Story by Ruth Cobb. Illustrated by the Author.
A History of Appleby: County Town of Westmorland, by Martin W. Holdgate, M.A., Ph.D. Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge
Enjoying the Lakes: From Post-chaise to National Park. By Edmund Hodge.
The Place-Names of Westmorland. By A.H. Smith. Part I: Introduction, River- & Lake-Names, Road Names, The Barony of Kendal. Part II: The Barony of Westmorland, Analyses, Index, Maps.
A Bibliography of the History and Topography of Cumberland & Westmorland, compiled by Henry W. Hodgson F.L.A, F.R.S.A., Deputy City Librarian, Carlisle Public Libraries
The Lake District at Work: Past and Present
Life & Tradition in the Lake District by William Rollinson with 193 Photographs, 39 Text Illustrations, and a Map. Drawings by David Kirk.
Victorian and Edwardian Lake District: From Old Photographs
Lake District Place-Names
Roads and Trackways of the Lake District