Keswick Historical Society
Very few small towns have played host to so many interesting, eccentric, eminent or worthy people as Keswick.
In this first volume ten of them are reviewed, amongst them being Sir John Bankes, lawyer and statesman,George Smith, the ‘Skiddaw Shepherd’, Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley, clergyman and founder of the National Trust.
150mm x 210mm small paperback
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