2 edition of Place-names and history found in the catalog.
Place-names and history
1922 by University Press of Liverpool, Hodder and Stoughton for the Survey of English Place-names in Liverpool, London .
Written in English
Since Alan Rayburn has been writing a popular column called 'Place Names' for Canadian Geographic. In it he delves into the sources of Canadian place names, and in so doing reveals a treasure trove of Canadian history and myth. This volume brings together over sixty columns Rayburn has written; it is at the same time a fine and accurate reference for Canadian place names and a .
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Among the large number of place names related to Yellowstone National Park are many that mirror the area's fascinating history. This book devotes chapters to the place names drawn from Native Americans, fur trappers, prospectors, explorers, modern visitors, park concessionaires and employees, and three special groups: (1) the "unapproved" place Reviews: 1.
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Michigan Place Names doesn't have every origin story of every place, but what it does have is the story of the founding of each municipality Place-names and history book if you are lucky, you'll get the story of the place name, too/5. From Aabec in Antrim County to Zutphen in Ottawa County, from Hell to Hooker, Michigan Place Names is a compendium of information on the origins of the state's geographical names.
With alphabetically arranged thumb-nail sketches, Walter Romig introduces readers to a host of colorful personalities and episodes which have achieved notoriety, though sometimes shortlived, by devising or lending. In his book Naming theLaurentians Joseph Graham provides a short, and thoroughly enjoyable, description of the paleoclimatology,geology, geography, history, and the 'gossip' of events thathave created the 'Laurentians' as we know them n by a man who loves the place in which he lives, itis a delightful read that will give the reader Author: Joseph Graham.
Buy The Book of English Place Names: How Our Towns and Villages Got Their Names by Taggart, Caroline (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Origins of Place Names Virtually all of the place names decided on up to around the 14th Century were due to the environment of the area.
For example, Doncaster would probably have originated as a Roman fort on a hill, from the Roman ' Caster ' and Celtic ' Don '. The Denver Public Library - Colorado Place Names Preface This is hardly a Colorado history book. It is, rather, a directory of places in Colorado, past and present — all kinds of places.
In fact, it is the most complete such guide to be found in a single reference. No previously published directory comes close to its extent or depth of coverage. Toponomastics is the study of place names and experts within the field often work tirelessly, attempting to deduce the origins of place names, how they were given and why.
Most often the names of places are related to the original people that founded the settlement and they can often be attributed to the landscape, animals, vegetation or social.
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The plain place names, which meant nothing before now have a character, a history and meaning History and linguistics. The places become more tangible with modern-day interpretations of archaic languages and it was quite fascinating to learn that most names come from nature - Price: £ Place Names in West Virginia was compiled during the late s and early s by Mary M.
Jenkins, former head librarian of the West Virginia State Archives. It is perhaps the most comprehensive listing of communities in West Virginia. Jenkins utilized the following sources.
A great source of Vermont place names and their history from the perspective of post office records. Anyone who lives (or did live) in Vermont would enjoy reading the entries assembled in alphabetical order.
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The Place Names of New Mexico is an invaluable guide to the state's geography and history. It explains more than 7, names of features large and small throughout the state--towns, mountains, rivers, canyons, counties, post offices, and even abandoned settlements--as well as providing relevant information about location, history, and current status.5/5(2).
“Another volume for every local historian's bookshelf” - Local HistorianThis revised edition of the Dictionary of British Place-Names includes o engaging and informative entries, tracing the development of the featured place-names from earliest times to the present day. Included place-names range from the familiar to the obscure, among them 'Beer', 'Findlater', 'Broadbottom', and.
In the period A.D. perhaps more than in any other, it is necessary to bring together the results of historical, archaeological and place-name studies. Buy A History of English Place Names and Where They Came From by John Moss (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2.
'Place Names' is a modest description, for the listings unleash a flow of history, folklore, geography, and etymology. And yes, even humor and romance If there is one indispensable Arizona book, Barnes's Arizona Place Names is it. Every man, woman, and child who sets foot in the Grand Canyon State should have this book at hand."—.
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Other place-names are hybrids of Celtic and Anglo-Saxon elements. There is a high level of personal names within the place names, presumably the names of local landowners at the time of naming. In the north and east, there are many place names of Norse. The Book Index project is undertaken to provide the indext of local history and family biography books online.
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Place Names of Wisconsin Edward Callary. From Abbotsford to Zachow. The colorful history and culture of Wisconsin are reflected in its place names, from those created by Native Americans, French explorers, and diverse European settlers to more recent appellations commemorating political figures, postmasters, and landowners.
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The Origins of English Place Names. Many English place names can be peculiar and perplexing, even to those who live there. The Street Names of Bristol is a comprehensive book looking at the origins and meanings of almost every street name in the city.
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Indian Villages is the only major book that traces back Indian Free Shipping on all orders over $ (The asterisk indicates that the name is "only evidenced in place- names and not otherwise recorded". So "Cicca" is a guess – but a very highly educated one.) This is a book.
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Historical Place-Names [edit | edit source]. Placenames In Ireland, loyalty to a place of origin is unusually strong. The history of that loyalty goes back thousands of years, as reflected in the vast collection of traditional place-name lore, dinnseanchas, stories explaining how townlands and parishes got their names.
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James Tanner wrote about standardized place names last year in his posts The problem with standardized place names and Revisiting standardized geographic names on his Genealogy's Star blog. Researchers are advised by the experts to keep historical place names and jurisdictions in our database so that the place identifications at the time of the.
topographic name for someone who lived in the main market square of a town or village, from Middle English, Old French place (Late Latin platea (via) ‘broad street’, ‘free public open space in a town’). from Middle English, Old French plaise ‘plaice’, ‘flatfish’, hence a metonymic occupational name for a fisherman or a seller of these fish, or perhaps a nickname for someone.
These books decode that history by digging into the derivation of street names, and in the case of this volume, adding heaping portions of local facts and lore. Wendy Pirsig and the team at the Old Berwick Historical Society have adapted this idea into a painless history of the very historic South Berwick on the Salmong Falls River.
Originally. Bishop’s Itchington, Westley Waterless: there is plenty to smile or snigger at on a map of the UK. But in fact, these names reveal a hidden – and fascinating – history.
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