Brown Study: A Question of Edwardian Identity
by Tim Harding
One of the problems historians have to confront is not to mix up the people we want to write about, and in fact there was a good book on this subject in 1973, by E. A. Wrigley, called Identifying People in the Past. An updated work on this subject is badly needed in the Internet era, now that there are so many digitised sources for family history, but it needs to be done by somebody who is an expert in using genealogical sources of...
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