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History of the Workhouse www.workhouses.org.uk is dedicated to the workhouse -- its buildings, its inmates, its staff and administrators, and even its poets... This site includes pictures and maps showing the workhouses created by Poor Law units.

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Victoria History of the Counties of England Founded in 1899 and originally dedicated to Queen Victoria, the Victoria County History is an encyclopaedic record of England's places and people from earliest times to the present day. Based at the Institute of Historical Research in the University of London since 1932, the VCH is written by historians working in counties across England.

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Modern York - Religious life in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Worship in the Minster
The Jews
Protestant Nonconformity
The Minster and its precincts
Romano-British antiquities
Modern York - Population
Modern York - Politics in the 1830's
Seals, Insignia, Plate, and Officers
City walls, bars, posterns and bridges
Before the Norman Conquest
MEDIEVAL YORK - York in political history
Modern York - Social life, 1835-1900
Places of entertainment
The boundaries of the City
The later middle ages - Craft organisation and the Guilds
The later middle ages - The city and the King
The later middle ages - Admissions to freedom
Modern York - Social life, 1800-39
The later middle ages - Scottish and French Wars
The seventeenth century - Social and religious life
Public services
The seventeenth century - Politics and the Civil War
Modern York - City Government, 1800-35
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - The Jewish community
Common lands and strays
Tudor York - City government
Tudor York - Religion and the Reformation
Anglo-Scandinavian antiquities
The eighteenth century - Social life
Modern York - Politics, 1835-1901
The seventeenth century - Economy and poor relief
The eighteenth century - Economy and poor relief
Modern York - Local government, 1835-1902
The later middle ages - Economy and industrial prosperity
Mills and fishponds
The later middle ages - Communications, markets and merchants
Roman Catholicism
The barracks
The sites and remains of the religious houses
Modern York - Economy, 1839-1900
Modern York - Economy and the Corporation, 1900-39
The Guildhall, Council Chamber and Mansion House
Schools and colleges
The later middle ages - City and citizens
The parish churches
Transport
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - Owners of city property
Modern York - Public health in the nineteenth century
The later middle ages - The city and the ecclesiastical franchises
Newspapers
The seventeenth century - Civic government
The later middle ages - The city's franchise and officers
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - The city and ecclesiastical franchises
Tudor York - Topography and population
The later middle ages - The Wars of the Roses
The eighteenth century - Topography and population
Prisons and gallows
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - The population of the city
Charities
The seventeenth century - Topography and population
Tudor York - Military affairs
The later middle ages - City government and the Commonalty
Modern York - Politics and social life, 1900-38
Learned societies, museums, libraries and galleries
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - York as centre of administration
Modern York - Economy, 1800-38
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - The aspect of the city
The City of York
The eighteenth century - Politics and military affairs
The Castle, Old Baile and King's Manor
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - The achievement of civic liberties
Tudor York - The Tudor economy and pauperism
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - Occupations and distribution of wealth
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - Government and customs
The eighteenth century - City government
The twelfth and thirteenth centuries - York under the sheriffs of Yorkshire
Modern York - The City after 1939
The eighteenth century - Religion and education
Tudor York - Cultural and social life
The later middle ages - Richard of Gloucester and Henry VII
The later middle ages - Courts, jurisdiction, City Council and Parliament
Guilds, markets and fairs
GeoNames The GeoNames geographical database is available for download free of charge under a creative commons attribution license. It contains over 10 million geographical names and consists of over 8 million unique features whereof 2.8 million populated places and 5.5 million alternate names. All features are categorized into one out of nine feature classes and further subcategorized into one out of 645 feature codes.

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GENUKI: UK & Ireland Genealogy UK and Ireland Genealogy:The aim of GENUKI is to serve as a comprehensive "virtual reference library" of genealogical information that is of particular relevance to the UK & Ireland. It is organised so as to make it easy to find what information on what topics is available online related to given geographical localities (even down to parish level). It is a noncommercial service, provided by an ever-growing group of volunteers in cooperation with the Federation of Family History Societies.

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YORK ST SAMPSON
YORK ST SAVIOUR
YORK ST MICHAEL
YORK SAINT CUTHBERT
YORK ALL SAINTS NORTH STREET
YORK ST JOHN
YORK ST LAWRENCE
YORK ST MARY CASTLEGATE
YORK SAINT GEORGE
YORK ST MARY BISHOPHILL THE ELDER
YORK HOLY TRINITY MICKLEGATE
YORK ST MICHAEL LE BELFREY
YORK SAINT MICHAEL LE BELFREY
YORK HOLY TRINITY KINGS SQUARE
YORK ST MAURICE
YORK SAINT SAVIOUR
YORK
YORK ST MARGARET
YORK ALL SAINTS PAVEMENT
YORK ST CUTHBERT
YORK ST CRUX
YORK ST DENNIS
YORK SAINT DENNIS
YORK ST MARY BISHOPHILL THE YOUNGER
YORK HOLY TRINITY GOODRAMGATE
Wikipedia Wikipedia is 'the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit'. Wikipedia contains pages for most towns and vilages in Britain, and our web site tries to link you to them, but you must decide for yourself whether you can rely on the information you find there. Many of the 'village' pages contain only 'stub articles', which you can add to. We suggest that pages which give sources for particular statements are more reliable than pages which simply have a long reference list at the end, or no references to sources at all.

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These other websites provide geo-referenced information covering York:

GENUKI Church Database The GENUKI church database aims to include all parish churches that existed in 1837, plus some others. The most detailed entries include photographs and detailed descriptions, as well as information about parish registers.
Geograph georeferenced photos "The Geograph British Isles project aims to collect geographically representative photographs and information for every square kilometre of Great Britain and Ireland."
MAGIC -- a DEFRA/Natural England site MAGIC is a web-based interactive map service that brings together environmental information from across government. It includes information on landscape, habitats, coastal and marine resources, and nature reserves.
Ordnance Survey Get-a-Map Get-a-map provides free access to modern Ordnance Survey mapping of your area, and also lets you order paper copies.
Near by Nearby.org provides links to other geo-referenced sites covering Great Britain.
GeoNames "The GeoNames geographical database covers all countries and contains over eight million placenames that are available for download free of charge."
Flickr Georeferenced photographs
Panoramio Georeferenced photographs