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School work of Kathryn Ingham, 1965-66

Citation: Ingham, Kathryn (1965) School work of Kathryn Ingham, 1965-66. [Image] (Unpublished)

Kathryn Ingham attneded Pontefract Girls' High School, in West Yorkshire from 1963-70. She has also been interviewed. Her first book covers the third year of history, beginning at the end of the Tudor period and covering the Stuarts and the eighteenth century, including the creation of the British Empire. The work includes some imaginative tasks, such as the letter written during the Plague. There are also colourful maps and drawings especially for the sections on the Empire and the eighteenth century, for instance a wonderful teapot on a section about the Staffordshire pottery industry. The second book contains O level notes and begins with the Corn Laws, although it covers mainly European political history in the nineteenth century, but also includes the American Civil War.

Creators: Ingham, Kathryn and
Subjects: History
Keywords: Photographs, School work, 1960s, Eighteenth Century, European history, American Civil War
Divisions: Institute of Historical Research
Collections: History in Education
  • 1965 ()


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