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  • research data . 2017
    English
    Authors:
    Lyons, William; ["Michael Gulliver", "Mike Gulliver"];
    Publisher: University of Bristol

    Mémoires of the life and work of the Rev. F. W. G. Gilby, a chaplain of the Royal Association in Aid of the Deaf and Dumb, London, from 1888 until 1917/18.

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  • research data . 2017
    English
    Authors:
    Gulliver, Mike; Lyons, William;
    Publisher: University of Bristol

    Collection of postcards containing images from the late 19th and early 20th century, focusing on deaf community people, life, worship and sign language. Postcards are particularly associated with London, and with the early work of the Royal Association for Deaf people.

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  • research data . 2017
    English
    Authors:
    Gulliver, Mike; Lyons, William;
    Publisher: University of Bristol

    Collection of images drawn from 'deaf press' publications, i.e. publications produced either by, or for, deaf people, in the UK, in the late 19th and early 20th century. Images focus on deaf community interests, people, activities, sports, clubs, buildings, church life,...

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  • research data . 2016
    English
    Authors:
    Team, The FindMyPast Newspaper; Saatviga Sudhahar; Cristianini, Nello; Lansdall-Welfare, Thomas;
    Publisher: University of Bristol

    This dataset is the FindMyPast Yearly N-grams and Entities dataset. It contains the secondary data for the paper "Content Analysis of 150 Years of British Periodicals". It contains the yearly time series for the 1,000,000 most frequent 1-, 2-, and 3-grams from the corpu...

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  • research data . 2014
    English
    Authors:
    Cramp, Lucy; Evershed, Richard; Whelton, Helen;
    Publisher: University of Bristol

    The transition from hunter-forager-fishing to Neolithic farming is arguably one of the most significant transformations in our prehistoric past, having a profound and lasting impact. The Northwest European archipelago, far from the cradle of agriculture in the Levant, d...

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  • research data . 2014
    English
    Authors:
    Cramp, Lucy; Evershed, Richard; Whelton, Helen;
    Publisher: University of Bristol

    The transition from hunter-forager-fishing to Neolithic farming is arguably one of the most significant transformations in our prehistoric past, having a profound and lasting impact. The northwest European archipelago, far from the cradle of agriculture in the Levant, d...

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