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Darent - the History and Stories of a River and Its Communities: Rod Shelton Darent - the History and Stories of a River and Its Communities: Rod Shelton Darent - the History and Stories of a River and Its Communities: Rod Shelton Darent - the History and Stories of a River and Its Communities: Rod Shelton

Darent - the History and Stories of a River and Its Communities

Rod Shelton

ISBN 10: 0950396397 / ISBN 13: 9780950396392
Editorial: Stanhope Publishing, Otford, Kent, 2015
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Librería: Wadard Books PBFA (Farningham, KENT, Reino Unido)

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The first broad spectrum book to be published on the Darent Valley and its villages since the 1950s. Lavishly illustrated in colour throughout this is an essential reference for visitors exploring the valley and should be on every residents bookshelf from Westerham to Dartford. 288pp, well produced and full of interest. Size: 260x185mm. N° de ref. de la librería 19973

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Título: Darent - the History and Stories of a River ...

Editorial: Stanhope Publishing, Otford, Kent

Año de publicación: 2015

Encuadernación: Limp Board Covers

Condición del libro:New

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We stock a broad range of collectors and antiquarian books at our shop in Farningham Kent UK. We sell in addition on multi dealer sites and our own website, www.wadardbooks.com - Our specialities include A&C Black colour books, Kentish and London history and Military history. The book shop was established in 2001 and is housed in a listed 17th century building. The village of Farningham has iron age origins, with much Roman settlement, and is today still predominantly 18th century in character. The shop is named after Wadard, one of Farningham's Domesday landlords, a henchman of Bishop Odo, William the Conquerers brother,and featured on the Bayeaux tapestry.

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