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- 1. The North South Divide
- 2. Angel of the North
- 3. Medieval Capital: York
- 4. Who owns the Land in Britain in 1800?: The importance of the Industrial Revolution
- 5. 1. The landed aristocracy: Titled Nobility Nobility, or Peers (Dukes, Earls, Marquesses, Viscounts, Barons) = about 1,000 people, or 0.2% of the population. Knights or Baronets (Non-hereditary titles) Together this group owns about 25% of the land.
- 6. A peer and peeress, 18th c.
- 7. Noble residence, 18th c.
- 8. 2. The Landed Gentry Non noble, no titles. About 4,000 very wealthy farmers, and a further 15,000 less wealthy farmers. In 1800, this group owns about 33% of the cultivated land in Britain
- 9. A landed Gentleman and Gentlewoman, 18th c.
- 10. Jethro Tulls Seed Drill
- 11. Soho Manufacturary
- 12. The Steam Engine
- 13. Manchester during the Industrial Revolution
- 14. Roads in 1720
- 15. 1740
- 16. Major Cities in Northern England Manchester Liverpool Newcastle York Leeds Sheffield Nottingham
- 17. Terraced housing in Northern England
- 18. Abandoned neighbourhoods Manchester
- 19. 1970s council housing, Sheffield
- 20. Northern Soul
- 21. Coronation St. (TV drama)
- 22. Miners Union, 1970s
- 23. Margaret Thatcher
- 24. Arthur Scargill
- 25. Police troops blocking picketers
- 26. Scabs arriving at the mines
- 27. North-South Divide: wealth statistics (2013, according to The Guardian & The Telegraph newspapers Households earning less than 50,000: North East: 25% South East: 15% A House in the South East costs, on average, 3.5 times the price of a house in the North Price of an average home in London: 514,000 Price of an average home in Newcastle: 154,000