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Newsletter 73 - Spring 2020

Contents General editor, Dick Selwood  
From the President Jo Bailey
Local History Section Editor, Mark Page
The Engagement of Churches in Social Welfare Provision in Edwardian Basingstoke Roger Ottewill
The New Forest: The Legal History Alec Samuels
Archives and Local Studies news from Hampshire Record Office Sarah Farley
Book Reviews  

Archaeology Section Editor, David Allen
Editorial David Allen
A 'cursus' - or foiled again? David Allen
The Oakley Burial continues its journey through the HCT's Conservation Lab Claire Woodhead
Data for an early Anglo-Saxon census of southern Britain Sue Harrington
Excavations at Barton Stacey 2018 and 2019 Andy King
'Living in the Late Iron Age: Communities, Crafts and Cross Channel Trade': Archaeology Section Annual Conference, 16th November 2019 Philippa Harrap
Historic Buildings Section Editor, Bill Fergie
Editorial Bill Fergie
Making Your Mark: A review of the first National Symposium for the Study of Historic Graffiti, Held at the University of Southampton, 5th October 2019 Karen Wardley
The Old Post Office, King's Worthy Bill Fergie & Edward Roberts
The greater houses of seventeenth century Hampshire: some reflections on the hearth tax returns of 1665 John Hare
Landscape Section Editor, Dawn Cansfield
Update on Early Neolithic burials in the Hampshire Landscape Dawn Cansfield
Book Review: WILDING: The return of nature to a British farm by Isabella Tree Mike Broderick
In the footsteps of Flora Thompson Dawn Cansfield
Basingstoke: "A good market town and a great thoroughfare" (Camden c.1586), Landscape Section Conference Mike Broderick
Battle of Cheriton re-enactment Nick Cansfield
In the Back General Editor, Dick Selwood
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Dick Selwood

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