Business in the North West.
Financial constraints and the decline of the Lancashire cotton textile industry, c1880-c1965.
Lancashire and the New Zealand market in the mid twentieth century: cotton, glass and locomotives.
Freemasonry and civic identity: municipal politics, business and the rise of Blackpool from the 1850s to the First World War.
Brewing in the North West, 1840-1914: sowing the seeds of service-sector management?
The development of toy-manufacturing in the North West, c1851-1931.
Working on the frontiers of risk: the insurance industry in north-west England since 1700.
Lancashire’s highway men: the business community and road improvements during the industrial revolution.
Straws in the wind: the local and regional roots of an occupational disease epidemic.
- Author: edited by John F. Wilson
- Binding: Paperback
- ISBN: 9781859362099
- Pages: 197
- Date of Publication: 2010