Cornish Studies Volume 3

Cornish Studies: Three

Edited by Philip Payton

Cornish Studies Volume 3
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Edited by Philip Payton

Distributed for University of Exeter Press

276 pages | 9 x 6
Paper $29.95 ISBN: 9780859894760 Published January 1995 For sale in North and South America only

The third volume in the acclaimed paperback series . . . the only county series that can legitimately claim to represent the past and present of a nation.

Contributions by
Mel Davies, Ken George, Eric Harrsion, John Hurst, Patricia Lay, Philip Payton, Adrian Spalding, Paul Thornton, Stella Turk, Carol Williams and Malcolm Williams

Contents
Introduction

Collective Action and the Cornish Miner in Australia: An Early Repudiation of the 'Individualistic' Thesis
Mel Davies (University of Western Australia)

Not What They Seemed? Cornish Assisted Immigrants in New South Wales 1837 - 77
Patricia Lay (Australian National University)

Cornish Emigration in Response to Changes in the International Copper Market in the 1860s
Philip Payton (Institute of Cornish Studies)

The Great Western Railway and the Cornish-Celtic Revival
Philip Payton and Paul Thornton (Institute of Cornish Studies)

Which Base for Revived Cornish?
Ken George (University of Plymouth)

Voice from a White Silence: The Manuscripts of Jack Clemo
John Hurst (University of Exeter)

The Significance of Cornish and Scillonian Natural History
Stella Turk (Institute of Cornish Studies)

The Importance of Metaliferous Mining Sites in Cornwall for Wildlife (With Special Reference to Insects)
Adrian Spalding (Institute of Cornish Studies)

Movers and Stayers: A Comparison of Migratory and Non-Migratory Groups in Cornwall 1981 - 1991
Malcolm Williams and Eric Harrison (University of Plymouth)

Housing in Cornwall: A Two Tier System?
Carol Williams (University of Plymouth)
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