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Fitzwilliam Museum 17h
2019 marks the bicentenary of the massacre. This is the only example of a coin defaced to commemorate Peterloo. It has just entered our collection and was acquired thanks to the New Collecting Award given to
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LeaversofGtrManchester #LeaveAlliance Sep 16
Date for the diary: Sat 19th Oct Assemble 11.30am on central Manchester (venue tbc) for pro Please RT
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Dr Janette Martin Sep 13
Talking about Peterloo 1819-2019 at the 50th IALHI conference in Alcala de Henares. A big thank you to the Society for the Study of Labour History for paying my airfare and to the University of Manchester Library for their support
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Keats House Museum Sep 13
Welcome back to Mr Keats, you have been absent from these streets for too long. Join us we recreate ‘A life in the day of Keats’ for when in 1819 he witnessed the aftermath of . We depart from Mansion House, Walbrook at 11am, 12.30, 2 & 3pm.
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Fiona Milne Sep 16
I’m excited to be offering this Saturday course on “Writing the Peterloo Massacre” on 2 November, 10am - 4.30pm. We’ll be reading poems, songs, memoirs & more for the 200th anniversary of come and join us!
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Turnstone Genealogy Sep 14
This Twitter account has been an education! The story extending from my childhood home town of Middleton all the way north to my current home in Rutherglen... 1819 meets 2019. Fascinating stuff!
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Hazel Reeves Sep 14
What great photos - delighted Jim was able to enjoy and the memorial
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Chrissie Grech (v)🖤🌱 #RevokeA50 🇨🇰 Sep 14
Replying to @jessphillips
I don't think anything has changed that much since the days.
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Orgreave Justice Sep 15
From to 200 Years of People Power. Speeches, poetry, music and discussion from some special guests. Sheffield City Hall (Memorial Hall) Barkers Pool, S1 2JA. Wednesday 18 September at 7.30. Tickets free but must be reserved
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Joseph Cozens 9h
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Jules 🦄☕️ 11h
Learning a bit about my adopted city’s History @ The John Rylands Library
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Clubmen1645 Sep 15
Part 3 Richard Carlile Good day had. At the time he was imprisoned in , word was. "It was the only place in the country where freedom of expression could be found". .1819
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Age of Revolution Sep 16
Luddites, the Swing riots; the ; - Why did workers protest during the Age of Revolution? , try this enquiry with your students using intriguing primary sources from our Revolutionary Collection
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Haze ⚫️ Sep 12
Watching it must be hard for a lot of people to understand if they aren’t from round here 😂😂😂
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Zipix Entretenimento Sep 13
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F. Okoye, bane of matchmaking aunts Sep 13
Visited the pretty brilliant Sun exhibition (let’s just say, shepherd sundials ftw) and wandered around Castlefield during an unreasonably lovely Manchester afternoon. Also found the memorial which I thought was perfect
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Richard Webb Sep 13
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Nick Martinez Sep 12
! Come help us bring JOY to our beautiful brand new office. RSVP here:
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Eden Girls' Leadership Academy, Manchester Sep 11
⁩ girls really enjoyed the superb presentation on the exhibition today thank you for your hospitality
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MCPHH Sep 11
Excited to announce that there is a revised and updated version of Michael Bush’s excellent book ‘Casualties of Peterloo’ that is OUT NOW! Get your copy from all good book suppliers
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