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draining of the marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York

June A. Sheppard

draining of the marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York

by June A. Sheppard

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Published by East Yorkshire Local History Society in York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby June A. Sheppard.
SeriesEast Yorkshire local history series -- no.20
ContributionsEast Yorkshire Local History Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination27p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17311268M

Properties and development of soils on reclaimed alluvial sediments of the Humber estuary, eastern England The Draining of the Marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York Soil Survey. The Isle of Axholme before Vermuyden Agricultural History Review 1 () , and English peasant farming: the agrarian history of Lincolnshire from Tudor to recent times (London ); J. A. Sheppard, The draining of the Itull Valley, and The draining of the marshlands of Holderness and the Vale of York, E. Yorkshire Local History Society.

The three/four bedroom chapel would be sold separately to include garaging and garden providing an idyllic lifestyle in this extremely desirable Holderness village. The full plot is available for offers over £,, The bungalow and land is offered at £, and . The south-east of the district is the low-lying coastal plain of Holderness, which faces east to the North Sea, and to the south drains into the Humber Estuary. South of Flamborough Head is Bridlington, which features several beaches, and at the far south-east of the district is the Spurn peninsula.

There are too many articles in this project to list them all on one page. This article contains the first articles and links to other articles which contain links to all articles, categories, images, portal pages templates, and project pages with {{WikiProject Yorkshire}} on their talk was generated by purpose is to be able to track the project history using related. the marshlands (UNEP). The marshlands were reduced to a salt encrusted, barren desert This was followed by the extensive draining of the marshlands by the Iraqi government in the early ’s after the Gulf War and the building of a system of canals and dikes in order to divert river waters. The drainage was an attempt by.


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Draining of the marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York by June A. Sheppard Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Draining!ifthe Marsh/ands cif South Ho/derness ond the Vale cif York The Hull valley, whose drainage history was considered in an earlier booklet in this series, was the largest former marshland tract ofthe East RidingofYorkshire, but there were two other low-lying areas ofsignificant extent within the same county.

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These were first, the south Holderness marshlands, consisting of four small peat-filled valleys together with a zone of salt-marsh along the north shore of the lower Humber, and second, the marshlands of the Vale of York, a section of the great Humberhead marshes that extended across the Humber and Ouse into Lincolnshire and the West : June A Sheppard.

Sheppard JA () The draining of the marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York. East Yorkshire Local History Series, No. 20, York Google Scholar Smith AH (–) Place names of the west riding of : Brodie Waddell. The Draining of the Marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York.

East Yorkshire local history series, East Yorkshire local history series, : Africa Gomez. "The Draining of the Marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York" (PDF). East Yorkshire Local History Series. East Yorkshire Local History Society.

Archived from the original (PDF) on 29 November CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Sheppard, Thomas (). "Lost Towns of the Yorkshire Coast".

CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Smith, David Alexander (). Online shopping for Georgian & Regency Britain from a great selection at Books Store. Draining of the Marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York 1 May by J.A. Sheppard. Paperback. £ Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide. Later stages of Lake Humber within the Vale of York show continued blockage of the Humber Gap by the North Sea Ice lobe.

The Vale of York Ice extended briefly at ∼ ± ka across Lake Humber into South Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire before retreating to and forming the Escrick and York moraines.

This system consists of elevated water courses bounded by embankments. It drains by gravity into the sea. The main drain is the Holderness Drain, begun in by the engineer John Grundy, Jr. In the east and south-east of Holderness there is a complex network of drains and streams that flow south into the Humber or east into the North Sea.

Journal of Historical Geography, 6, 1 () Regular field and tenurial arrangements in Holderness, Yorkshire Mary Harvey In this paper I shall argue that in a small district of Yorkshire, details of field form and holding layout in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century townships suggest that these came into being as a result of a phase of reorganization and planning.

Holderness Academy & Sixth Form College is a large comprehensive school with students on roll, including in the Sixth Form. The Academy is situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire and located in the small village of Preston – a village which dates back to before the Domesday Book.

80 A.J. Long et al., 'Holocene sea-level change and coastal evolution in the Humber estuary, eastern England: an assessment of rapid coastal change', The Holocene 8, citing J.A.

Sheppard, The Draining of the Marshlands of Southern Holderness and the Vale of York, York: East Yorks Local History Society report no 20, The draining of the marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York, York: East Yorkshire Local History Society, 'Medieval village planning in Northern England: some evidence from Yorkshire', Journal of Historical Geography, Vol.

2, No. 1 (), pp. 3– Sheppard, June (). "The draining of the marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York". East Yorkshire Local History Series. York: East Yorkshire Local History Society (20). OCLC CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Sheppard, Thomas, ed. "Transactions of the Hull Scientific & Field Naturalists' Club, –".

36 R. Van de Noort, The Humber Wetlands, Macclesfield: Windgather Press,chs 8 and 9; J. Sheppard, The Draining of the Marshlands of South Holderness and the Vale of York, York: East Yorkshire Local History Society, Monday, 30 April Walking the Humber.

Stage Sunk Island East. I learned about this place through the book “Walkable Westchester” and I’m glad I did. It offers nice hiking trails through the forest and marsh by Milton Harbor in Rye.

We loved seeing all the wildlife including a white tailed deer, egrets, and wild turkeys. Some of the trails 30 TripAdvisor reviews. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

'The Mouth of the Humber and Part of Holderness' Antique engraved sketch map, Title of map: 'The Mouth of the Humber and Part of Holderness' The image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre of the map to show the level of printed detail: DATE PRINTED: IMAGE SIZE: Approx x cm, x inches (Small).

Yorkshire’ Forgotten Fens’ is a history of the cultural landscape of the wetlands of the Humber basin and the entire county of Yorkshire stretching from the Humber and north Lincolnshire through the Vale of York, through South Yorkshire and Holderness, to Pickering and : £.

A thin wet sky, that yellows at the rim, And meets with sun-lost lip the marsh’s brim. The pools low lying, dank with moss and mould, Glint through their mildews like large cups of gold.

Among the wild rice in the still lagoon, In monotone the lizard shrills his tune. The wild goose, homing, seeks a sheltering, Where rushes grow, and oozing lichens cling.Marshlands of Mesopotamia and the rivers that feed them Hossein Ghadiri* and Mehran Ghadiri** Basra in the south, Naseriyah in the west and the Iranian town of Hawizeh in the east (Fig.

2 1). The marshlands straddled the Euphrates and Tigris rivers and part of the Shat-al-Arab which DRAINING THE MARSHLANDS. Okay, here is the correct way to put our mixed-up sentence together.

Sorry for the confusion: "Mr. Mick Malloy, tall, young secret gambler with devil-may-care eyes and a long humorous nose, became Mr. Malloy, tall cashier with a dignified face, a gentlemanly bank clerk, a nice sort of fellow." Whew. That's a lot of appositive.