Books for sale

The Local Population Studies Society (LPSS) has, over the years, published several books covering a range of aspects of social, economic and demographic history. These may be purchased from LPSS as long as stocks last. A list of titles available is given below, together with their prices (including postage and packing). Further details of the contents of each book may be found by clicking on the relevant title.

Tom Arkell, Nesta Evans and Nigel Goose (eds) When Death Us Do Part: Understanding and Interpreting the Probate Records of Early Modern England (Oxford, 2000). £10

Nigel Goose (ed.) Women’s Work in Industrial England: Regional and Local Perspectives (Hatfield, 2007). £10

Edward Higgs, Life, Death and Statistics: Civil Registration, Censuses and the Work of the General Register Office, 1836-1952 (Hatfield, 2004). £10

Dennis Mills, Rural Community History from Trade Directories (Aldenham, 2001). £2

Dennis Mills and Kevin Schürer (eds) Local Communities in the Victorian Census Enumerators’ Books (Oxford, 1996). £10

Kevin Schürer and Tom Arkell (eds) Surveying the People: the Interpretation and Use of Document Sources for the Study of Population in the later Seventeenth Century (Oxford, 1992). £5

Chris Galley, Infant Mortality in England, 1538-2000 (Alton, 2020). This book is available free to download from the LPSS web site here.

To order, please contact the Editor of Local Population Studies, Dr Andrew Hinde, 8 Anstey Mill Lane, Alton, Hampshire GU34 2QP ( OR