“An Historical Atlas of Kent” is an atlas that seeks to show the varied historical background of ‘the Garden of England’; with it, authors David Killingray and Terence Lawson fill a notable gap in the published histories of the county.
It includes 250 newly-drawn and reader-friendly maps covering topics ranging from the earliest Stone-Age occupation to such modern developments as the growth of leisure industries. Several other areas not usually covered by other county atlases include the introduction of public water and gas supplies in the nineteenth century, together with the expansion of banking services and the local press.
Virtually every aspect of Kent’s history is mapped and explained in this atlas, and will make an already important of England that much more interesting, whether a resident, or virgin traveller.
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