The Historian 145: Migration

The magazine of the Historical Association

Published: 8th July 2020


4 Reviews

5 Editorial (Read article)

6 Out and About: exploring Black British history through headstones – Jill Sudbury (Read article)

10 The 1620 Mayflower voyage and the English settlement of North America – Martyn Whittock (Read article)

16 Migration into the UK in the early twenty-first century: temporal trends and spatial patterns – Sam Scott and Lucy Clarke (Read article)

20 Real Lives: Maria Rye’s emigration home for destitute little girls – Alf Wilkinson (Read article)

24 The great British postwar exodus – Murray Watson (Read article)

30 The changing convict experience: forced migration to Australia – Edward Washington (Read article)

33 Perfect liberty and uproar: a short case study – Edward Washington (Read article)

36 Immigration and the making of British food – Panikos Panayi (Read article)

42 Black Death to global pandemic: London then and now – Christine Merie Fox (Read article)

47 History Abridged: Migration – the Potato (Read article)

48 History in the News

49 Book review

50 My Favourite History Place: The Beguinage at Bruges – Richard Stone (Read article)

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