The local history of the historic county, organised by parish.
Urban and metropolitan historyThe volume takes both a chronological and a thematic approach to the history of the City of York from before the Norman Conquest to the twentieth century.
Local historyA chronological and thematic account of the history of the city of Hull, along with topographical accounts of several outlying villages.
Local historyThe volume covers a large area in the Vale of York, lying to the south and east of the city. The area stretches from Catton in the north to Hemingborough in the south, and includes some areas which now form suburbs of York, including Fulford and Heslington.
Local historyBeverley stood high among the provincial towns of medieval England, with the great minster church and the college of St. John.
Local historyCovers the area of the East Riding between the north sea to the east and the the river Hull to the west, bordering the borough of Kingston-upon-Hull.
Local historyThe first of two volumes, covering six wapentakes in the western half of the North Riding. It includes an account of the borough of Richmond.
Local historyDescribes five wapentakes, mainly in the north and east of the North Riding. It includes accounts of the borough of Scarborough and the liberty of Whitby, as well as the North Yorkshire moors and parts of Cleveland.
Ecclesiastical and religious history
Local historyA part volume from the VCH, dealing with religious houses in the County of York, including York and Beverley minsters, and the prominent Cistercian houses Rievaulx and Fountains.
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