Brontë moors & villages from Thornton to Haworth
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Brontë moors & villages from Thornton to Haworth by Elizabeth Southwart

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Published by John Lane, Dodd, Mead and company in London, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Brontë family,
  • Yorkshire (England) -- Description and travel

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Elizabeth Southwart, with thirty-six illustrations by T. Mackenzie.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA670.Y6 S6
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 190 p.
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22915241M
LC Control Number24005741

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Brontë Moors and Villages from Thornton to Haworth by Elizabeth Southwart ; with Thirty-six Illustrations by T. Mackenzie Elizabeth Southwart J.L. the Bodley Head, - pages.   Unpublished Charlotte Brontë writings return to Haworth in mother's book Brontë Society secures treasured heirloom belonging to the Author: Lucy Mangan.   Haworth is pretty, as quaint as a tourist destination that centers around literature can be imagined. And the Brontë association is milked everywhere, from jams and jellies named after characters, to the pubs where Branwell is supposed to have drunk himself into first oblivion and then death. Thornton is a village located on the north side of Pinch Beck Valley, a tributary of Clayton Beck. The village is approximately five miles to the west of Bradford. The origins of the village go back before the Norman Conquest, when Thornton belonged to the manor of Bolton. It is spelt in the Domesday Book as Torenton meaning ‘enclosure of.

Haworth (/ ˈ h aʊ. ər θ /) is a village in City of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, in the Pennines, 3 miles (5 km) southwest of Keighley, 10 miles (16 km) west of Bradford and 10 miles (16 km) east of Colne in surrounding areas include Oakworth and villages include Cross Roads, Stanbury and Lumbfoot.. Haworth is a tourist destination known Civil parish: Haworth, Cross Roads and Stanbury. Haworth Village retains most of its charm, despite the obvious pandering to tourism and the Bronte Parsonage is a fascinating location. Decent selection of pubs on the high street sell good quality food. There are several pay and display car parks in Haworth. Next to the Bronte Parsonage, at the bottom of Sun Street, Opposite Edinburgh Woollen.   A house museum since , owned and run by the Brontë Society, the Haworth Parsonage has been through a number of presentations, of which the latest, completed in , was the result of a two-year programme of research by the University of Lincoln, wallpaper expert Allyson McDermott and Ann Dinsdale, the Society’s Principal Curator and author of The . The Brontë Parsonage Library holds the world's largest collection of items relating to the Brontë family and a huge number of books and articles, original documents, resources and materials that can be made available to researchers. To find out more about using our .