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Publications

Books:


Trods of the North York Moors: A Gazetteer of Flagged Paths
Chris Evans
Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society
2008
£10.00
ISBN 9780902416093

Anyone who has walked on the North York Moors has come across flagged paths, or trods. Once commonplace, trods have been fast disappearing since 1900 when photographers such as Frank Sutcliffe and Tom Watson captured their ubiquity in villages, along dales and on the moors.

Trods of the North York Moors contributes to the preservation of the existing flagged paths by charting their exact locations and by explaining to readers - be they walkers, archaeologists, historians or geographers - the unique nature of their historical significance.

 


The Archaeology of Medieval Scarborough
Excavation and Research 1987–2004

Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society
2005
£10.00
ISBN 9780902416086

Little remains of the large and important town which stood in the shadow of Scarborough's imposing castle in the Middle Ages. Nearly 20 years of excavation and historical research by the Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society have, however, reconstructed the main features of what was a vibrant centre of mediaeval urban life. This book describes that research and analyses it to build up a comprehensive picture of what the town looked like between 1150 and 1550.

 

 



  A Guide to Historic Scarborough
  Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society
  2003
  £5.00
  ISBN 9780902416079

  This short, lavishly illustrated book will take you on an expert, up-to-date tour of Scarborough's long and exciting history. Drawing upon recent archaeological and historical work, the Guide is a perfect companion for residents and visitors alike who want to explore and understand the town's historic buildings, fortifications, churches, streets, harbour and art.
 

 


​Rosedale Mines and Railway
R.H. Hayes and J.G. Rutter
1974
£4.00
ISBN 9780902416017

 

 

 

 

 

Transactions of the Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society:


All full members of the Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society receive a free copy of Transactions upon payment of the annual membership fee.

Some previous issues of Transactions are available for sale upon request to publications@sahs.org.uk


See the contents lists for all Transactions.

 

 

How to Purchase Our Publications

Society Members
Members receive a copy of each issue of Transactions of the Scarborough Archaeological and Historical Society gratis as part of their yearly subscription to the Society.


Members also are eligible to receive a 20% discount on all the Society’s books. The easiest way to purchase a discounted copy is to attend the Society’s lecture meetings, books are usually on sale before the meeting begins at 7.30.
If you are unable to attend a meeting, please send a cheque (made payable to SAHS) for the price of the book less 20% plus £2 for postage to:

Publications Officer
Scarborough Archaeological & Historical Society
c/o The Street
12 Lower Clark Street
Scarborough YO12 7PW
or email:     publications@sahs.org.uk

Individuals
Copies of the Society’s publications are often on sale in Scarborough and the surrounding area at book shops, museums, newsagents and tourist information centres.


If you live outside the area, our books are available on Amazon.co.uk


Any queries regarding publications should be sent to: publications@sahs.org.uk


Retailers, Wholesalers and Institutions

Please send all orders and queries about our publications to:

Publications Officer
Scarborough Archaeological & Historical Society
c/o The Street
12 Lower Clark Street
Scarborough YO12 7PW
publications@sahs.org.uk

 

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