This book will help you find out about the different types of evidence which historians study when doing their historical research. It also provides examples of this evidence, on which you will be able to carry out your own research. Some sources are very rare and are the only remaining evidence of a time in the past; other periods, especially the recent past, have lots of evidence which must be tested for bias and accuracy. This book will give you background information and advice about evidence in all its forms. This will enable you to develop the skills of a young historian.Wages will be paid by ihe hour; and only the number of hours actually worked will be paid for. ... Workmen on the night shift to start work at 5.30 p.m., and continue until 6.20 oa#39;clock the next morning; intervals for meals from 9 till 9.25 p m.. ... Any one carelessly or maliciously breaking, injuring. or defacing any Machine or Tool, altering any Template, removing Shores without ... 12. Any one stopping work, or preparing to stop work before the appointed time, will be fined or dismissed. 13.
|Title||:||Making Sense of History|
|Author||:||Carmel Gallagher, C. Gallagher, Christine Kinealy, Trevor Parkhill|
|Publisher||:||Ulster Historical Foundation - 1990|