Since its foundation, the Society has published over one hundred volumes of its Transactions, a refereed journal, which includes not only the best of the papers presented to its members, but the best of others offered for publication. These articles have added notably and distinctively to the region’s body of historical knowledge. Members receive a copy of each volume as it is published, and many important libraries in Britain and abroad are subscribing members, some holding complete sets from the Society’s foundation in 1883 onwards.
Copies of the current volume (111) and the individual articles can be supplied electronically. They will normally be sent out within a few days of payment being made.
Volume 111: £20
Individual articles can be purchased for £5 each:
Brumhead, Derek New Mills in Bowden: rural industry before the industrial revolution
Brazendale, David ‘A view from the sea’: Crosby in the eighteenth century
Lethbridge, John P Luddism in mid-Victorian Manchester
Stansfield, R E Gentry, gentility and genealogy in Lancashire: The Cudworths of Werneth Hall, Oldham, c. 1377 - 1683
Edwards, Margaret Abbott & Co stained glass studio, Lancaster
Nevell, Michael Saving Manchester’s industrial past: regeneration and new uses of industrial archaeology structures in Greater Manchester, 1980 - 2018
Lock, Alice Suffragists in Ashton-under-Lyne in 1911
Nolan, Marlene and Joyce, Brian Ellen Hindley: a country girl
Phillips, C B William Wright, Cumbrian ironmaster, a note of further research
Back copies of some issues (volumes 44 to 111) are available for purchase using this form and some early copies of the Transactions can be viewed at archive.org (You may need to register, which is free.)