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Darlington, RR 2010, 'Editorial: Syndicalsm and radical unionism' , Socialist History (37) , pp. 1-11.
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Nevell, MD 2008, 'The Archaeology of Industrialisation and the Textile Industry: The Example of Manchester and the South-western Pennine Uplands During the 18th Century (Part 2)' , Industrial Archaeology Review, XXX (2) , pp. 97-100.
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Nevell, MD 2005, 'Industrialisation, ownership, and the Manchester methodology: The role of the contemporary social structure during industrialisation, 1600-1900' , Industrial Archaeology Review, XXVII (1) , pp. 87-96.
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Nevell, MD 2008, 'The archaeology of industrialisation and the textile industry: the example of Manchester and the south-western pennine uplands during the 18th century (part 1)' , Industrial Archaeology Review, 30 (1) , pp. 33-48.
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Nevell, MD 2003, 'The archaeology of the canal warehouses of north-west England and the social archaeology of industrialisation' , Industrial Archaeology Review, XXV (1) , pp. 43-57.
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Nevell, MD 2010, 'The archaeology of the rural railway warehouse in north-west England' , Industrial Archaeology Review, 32 (2) , pp. 103-115.
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Nevell, MD, Roberts, J and Champness, B 2004, 'Excavating the iconic: The rediscovery of the Fairbottom Bobs Colliery pumping engine' , Industrial Archaeology Review, XXVI (2) , pp. 83-93.
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O'Reilly, C 2012, 'From ‘the people’ to ‘the citizen’: the emergence of the Edwardian municipal park in Manchester 1902 - 1912' , Urban History . (Submitted)
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O'Reilly, C 2011, 'Re-ordering the landscape: landed elites and the new urban aristocracy in Manchester ' , Urban History Review, 40 (1) , pp. 30-40. (In Press)
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