Yorkshire Archaeological Journal (2017) Volume 89

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Volume 89 of the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal was published in 2017.

Contents

  • Hunter-Gatherers in an Upland Landscape: The Mesolithic Period in North East Yorkshire — Mags Waughman
  • A Prehistoric Rock Shelter Burial Site and Enclosure at Scabba Wood, Sprotbrough, South Yorkshire — Colin Merrony, Paul Buckland, David Dungworth & Mike Parker Pearson
  • Recent radiocarbon dating and skeletal analysis of two log coffin burials from Yorkshire: Willie Howe and Towthorpe 139 — Andy M. Jones, Richard Brunning, Katie Keefe & Malin Holst
  • Excavations at Marne Barracks, Catterick, North Yorkshire, SE 254 970 — Stephen J. Sherlock
  • A Late Medieval Tannery at Tickhill, South Yorkshire — Andrea Burgess & Phil Andrews
  • Reluctant Reformation in the North: Craven 1547–1553 — Victoria Spence
  • The Archive of Marrick Priory, North Yorkshire — Tim Gates
  • The Port of Whitby during Queen Anne’s War, 1702–13 — Christiane Kroebel
  • Robert Baxter of Doncaster and Westminster (1802–1889): Lawyer, Businessman, Tory and Millennialist — Brian Barber
  • A Hay Rake-Making Business at West Mill, Askrigg, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire — Shaun Richardson
  • Obituaries:
    • John Fletcher Goodchild (1935–2017)
  • Book Reviews:
    • Anglo-Scandinavian Occupation at 16-22 Coppergate: Defining a Townscape
    • Quarrying in the Yorkshire Pennines: An Illustrated History
    • The Cartulary of St Leonard’s Hospital, York: Rawlinson Volume (2 volume set)
    • The Spirit of Self-help: A Life of Samuel Smiles