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		Index to Journals  issue 1 - 21 (1970-2011)

Journal No 1 (1970)
	J A Robey 		The Drainage of the Mixon Copper Mine, Onecote
	S & E Broadbridge	Communication with Canals in the Stafford Area
	H E Akerman, et al	Some Staffordshire Watermills
	J J Bradbury		The Railways of Cannock Chase

Journal No 2 (1971)
	S R Broadbridge 	Joseph Banks and West Midlands Industry 1767
	Lindsey Porter 		Stations of the Leek & Manifold Valley Light Railway
	W J Thompson 		The Wedgewood Fluting Lathe
	Mrs. J E Bailey 	The Stafford Workhouse
	J R Francis 		An Early Experiment in the use of Electricity

Journal No 3 (1972)
	B Hardman 		Silverdale Iron Works
	D Scahill 		Salt Working at Shirleywich 1630-1830
	R A Hayward 		Old Steam Mill, Wolverhampton, 
				A Milestone in Fireproof Construction
	M Allbutt & 		The Origins of Stone
	S Broadbridge	
	M Allbutt		The Directories of Trade

Journal No 4 (1973)
	STONE SURVEY
	Mrs. E Broadbridge	Occupations in Stone from the 1851 Census
	S Broadbridge		The Workhouse in Stone
	F Brook			The Trunk Roads
	Mrs. E Broadbridge	The Trent and Mersey Canal
	D Wrench		The Gas Works, Stone
	W J Thompson		The Stone Brass Works
	Mrs. E Broadbridge	The Boot and Shoe Industry in Stone
	L F Helsby, D Legge 	Watermills of the Moddershall Valley
	& A J Rushton

Journal No 5 (1974)
	P Lead			Tramroads on the Potteries Coalfield
	R Woodward		Coal Mining In and Around Rugeley

Journal No 6 (1975)
	F Brook			Some Industrial Archaeology Sites in Tipton
	J A Robey		Some Staffordshire Industrial Record1795-1800
	P Lead			William Hazeldine’s Windmill, The Toft, Trentham
	F Peel			History of Arkwight’s Mill, Rocester
	M Barker, et al		Cannock Mill

Journal No 7 (1977)
	F Brook			The Smestow Brook (An Industrial Valley)
	B Bull			Cannock Wood Colliery and it’s Paddy Trains
	P Lead & H Torrens	The Introduction of the Trevithick Steam Engine 
				to North Staffordshire
	P Lead			The North Staffordshire Iron Industry
	A Brennan, et al	Farewell Mill

Journal No 8 (1978) 
	STAFFORD SURVEY  Part 1
	M Allbutt		Turnpike Roads of Stafford
	A M Gully		An Historical Survey of the Railways serving Stafford
	T Doubtfire 		Henry Venables Ltd.
	A M Harrison		Elleys of Stafford
	W H Cooper		Stafford Corporation Electricity Department 1895-1948

Journal No 9 (1980)
	P Lead & J Robey	Steam Power in North Staffordshire1750- 1850
	B Job			Windmills in Staffordshire
	J R Francis		A History of Cannock Chase Colliery Company Ltd.

Journal No 10 (1981)
	STAFFORD SURVEY  Part 2
	A M Harrison	The Development of Boot and Shoe Manufacturing in Stafford 1850-1880
	B Job			Town Mill and Broadeye Mill, Stafford

Journal No 11 (1983)
	STAFFORD SURVEY  Part 3
	A Andrews &		Quarries and Brickworks in Stafford and District
	J Andrews

Journal No 12 (1986)
	A Andrews &		Colwich Brickworks Survey
	J Andrews

Journal No 13 (1989)
	P Owen			Perceptions of Female Workers in the Black Country 1870-1910
	B Job			Grinding of Flint and Bone
	T Green, B Job,		Jesse Shirley’s Etruscan Bone and Flint Mill, 
	J Kelly, M Walton 	Stoke on Trent	
	& B Woolfson

Journal No  14 (1991)
	W Klempere	Jesse Shirley’s Etruscan Bone and Flint Mill. The Story continues
	& A Nuttall 
	W J Haines	I was born on a farm in 1912
	A Andrews	Harvesting Machinery

Journal No 15 (1994)
	Silver Jubilee Edition
			The History of our Society 1969-1994.
	S R & E Broadbridge Communications with Canals in the Stafford Area.
	T Thorndike	Triumph of the Tracks.
	J A Robey	Smelting mills in the upper Dove valley
	J R Francis 	John Robinson McClean civil Engineer 1813-1873.
	J D Wilcock	Industrial Archaeology of computers and
		 their connections with Staffordshire

Journal No 16 (1997)
	J R Francis	Bill Thompson remembered 1933-1996.
	F Brook		A bay on the Nothumberland Coast - Seaton Sluice to Blyth.
	J D Wilcock	An exploration of previous research on the dowsing method &
			its justification as a practical technique for the detection 
			& charting of underground watercourses & cavities, 
			On the watercourses of Shugborough,
	P J Lynch	Interesting and unusual Staffordshire letterboxes.
	M Browne	Longton: China Town
	F E Dean	Manufacture of pottery - an article from the 1930’s
	C Stansfield	Lead mines in mid Wales - a list of locations
`	J R Francis	The iron industry of the Rising Brook Valley 

Journal No 17 (1999)
	F Brook		The Solway : An Industrial Tour
	T Parkes	A report on the industrial building complex known as 
		Trent Valley Works, Rugeley, formerly Colton Mill
	S Pitt		Stafford Breweries
	J Causer		The Marquis of Angleseys railway & Hayes Colliery at Brereton
	H Torrens	The history of oil in the West Midlands
	T Parkes	The historic art of charcoal burning
	P Lamb		The hardware businesses of Lamb’s and Baker & Crockett
			in Wolverhampton 

Joural No 18 (2004)
	SANDON LIME KILN
	A Andrews	Sandon Mill & Limekiln
	A & J Andrews	Sandon Limekiln: Survey & Archaeology

Journal 19 (2005)Shoemaking in Stafford now available £7.50 inc P&P
1.	EDITORIAL 
2.	SHOEMAKING METHOD  By Edwin H. Judd 
3.	THE DEVELOPMENT OF BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURING IN STAFFORD, 1850-1880 By Martin Harrison 
4.	RICHARD PODMORE AND SON, SHOE MANUFACTURERS By Martin Harrison 
5.	STAFFORD BOX FACTORY IN 2003 By Martin Harrison 
A4 size, soft bound, 124 pages with black & white photographs
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Journal 20 (2008) "Victoria Mill, Stanley Moss & It's Railway connections to  Endon" now available £7.50 inc P&P
CONTENTS		
1.	EDITORIAL	
2.	  VICTORIA MILL, STANLEY MOSS & IT'S RAILWAY CONNECTIONS TO ENDON by Anne and Jim Andrews
INTRODUCTION	
HISTORY OF THE SITE	
EXCAVATIONS	
SUMMARY & CONCLUSIONS	

APPENDIX 1: RAW MATERIALS FOR THE POTTERY INDUSTRY

APPENDIX 2: PHOTOGRAPHS OF GENERAL FINDS FROM THE EXCAVATIONS	

APPENDIX 3:  SWING BRIDGES

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & REFERENCES
A4 size, soft Bound 48 pages with black & white photographs

Journal 21 (2009) now available £7.50 inc P&P
CONTENTS
1.	EDITORIAL	
2. 	THE DEVELOPMENT OF WORKING CLASS LEISURE IN THE COALMINING REGIONS OF STAFFORDSHIRE, 1840 - 1914
	Chris Birch	 
3.	WATER-THRASHING.MACHINE OF EIGHT HORSE POWER	
4.	RUGELEY'S FIRST WATERWORKS
	Ken Edward
5.	CUTTING ROADS TO FORTUNE WITH EDGE TOOLS
	    From BITS OF THE OLD BLACK COUNTRY As recorded in THE MIDLAND COUNTIES EXPRESS in 1883/1884
	Alfred Camden Prat
6.	THE PRESIDENT'S AWARD: LIST OF WINNERS
7.	SOCIETY OFFICERS
A4 size, soft bound, 72pages with black & white photographs

Journal 22 (2011)  
Contents
1.	EDITORIAL
2. 	TIXALL ICEHOUSE
	Anne & Jim Andrews	  
3.	REPORTS OF 1920s STRIKES IN THE LIVERPOOL & NATIONAL PRESS
	Anne Andrews	
4.	FRADLEY JUNCTION WHARF
	Tony Parkes	
A4 size, soft bound, ?? pages with black & white photographs


Journal 23 (2013) Now available 
RISING BROOK RUGELEY IRONWORKS
Contents
1.	EDITORIAL	3
2.	THE ROLLING OF IRON IN RUGELEY FROM 1713 & OTHER ACTIVITIES ON THESE SITES TO 1890
     	                       Jim Causer and Anne Andrews	4
3.	EXCAVATIONS AT HORNS POOL, SLITTING MILL
                                    Stoke Museum Archaeology Society	 67
4.  BYGONE IRONMASTERS OF AMBLECOTE AND RUGELEY
     AND THEIR INDUSTRIAL LEGACY OF GLOBAL ACCLAIM
(INCLUDES THE HOPKINS FAMILY AND THEIR ACTIVITIES IN RUGELEY)
	                        Harry Thornton	79	
	
Publication of this journal has been possible thanks to the support of a grant 
from the Staffordshire Local Community Fund through the local, 
Rugeley County Councillor Geoffrey Martin who represents Etchinghill & Heath in the Cannock Division.
	


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'100 years of Business in Stafford, 1900-2000'

Staffordshire Industrial Archaeology Society latest publication is a survey of business in Stafford trading under the same name or at the same site since 1900

Cost £7.50 from Anne Andrews Tel (01785) 246101
email Anne Andrews at tixandrews@hotmail.co.uk

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