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School work of Ray Andrews, 1953-5

Citation: Andrews, Ray (1953) School work of Ray Andrews, 1953-5. [Image] (Unpublished)

Ray Andrews attended Newport (Essex) Grammar School for boys in the 1950s. The exercise books cover part of his O level course in the fourth and fifth years. The first page of Book 1 is headed 'A history of the English-speaking peoples', which introduces a series of 'chapters' of notes covering British colonial settlement of the Americas and American Revolution, followed in Book 2 by the second British Empire with the voyages of Captain Cook, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, the slave trade and the Boer War. Book 3 covers European history from the eighteenth century. Ray's essays and notes have been marked and there are short tests.

Creators: Andrews, Ray and
Subjects: History
Keywords: Photographs, School work, 1950s, British Empire, Slave trade
Divisions: Institute of Historical Research
Collections: History in Education
  • 1953 ()


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