Samuel Harrison's contemporary account of the Sheffield flood

1974; 1864 in Sheffield

Samuel Harrison's contemporary account of the flood, published 1864. 'A Complete History of the Great Flood at Sheffield' 'On March 11 and 12 1864: Being a trye and original Narrative from Authentic Sources, Comprising Numerous Facts, Incidents and Statistics never before published. To whic added official lists of the dead and missing. Giving the names, ages and residences of all the victims, whe and where found, and where interred'. Illustrated with twenty views of the Principal Scenes. Described, taken from photographs, By Samuel Harrison. Publihsed by S Harrison, London and Sheffield, 1864. Plus 1974 reprint with new foreward by Mary Walton, printed by Scolar Press Ltd, Ilkley, Yorkshire and published by Evans & Longley Associates, Dewsbury, Yorkshire.


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