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Elizabethan and Jacobean Bristol

Elizabethan and Jacobean Bristol

Created by TweetMap on 30/11/2012
Updated on 30/11/2012
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Most information comes from Andrew Foyle's Pevsner's Architectural Guides and Mark C. Pilkinton's Records of Early English Drama: Bristol. Information on Red Lodge also from the City of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery booklet. Information on the eskimos draws on Neil Cheshire et al, 'Frobisher's Eskimos in England'. Paul Townsend's Flickr photostream provides later photographs and historical details. Some earlier and later buildings and monuments are mentioned.At present, the place list below is being organized into a walk through Bristol (Oct 2010). It would probably take an afternoon.If you print out the map, it is workable as a walking guide.Right clicking on pictures allows you to see bigger versions. More pictures at Flickr, 'ElizabethanandJacobean'.Bristol becomes a county in 1373, and a city in 1542.Contributions by:John LeeDrusilla Marland

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