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Timeline of Liverpool
The following is a timeline of the
history of the city of Liverpool, England.
Prior to 18th century
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Samantha Letters (2005), "Lancashire", Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516, Institute of Historical Research, Centre for Metropolitan History
Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby
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Edwin Butterworth (1841). "Liverpool". Statistical Sketch of the County Palatine of Lancaster. London: Longman & Co.
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"Annals of Liverpool", The Stranger in Liverpool: or, An historical and descriptive view of the town of Liverpool and its environs (10th ed.), Liverpool: Thomas Kaye, 1833
^ "Liverpool Slave Trade." International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Ed. William A. Darity, Jr. 2nd ed. Vol. 4. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008. 468-469. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 1 Oct. 2013
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"Liverpool", (11th ed.), New York, 1910, Encyclopædia Britannica OCLC 14782424
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David Brewster, ed. (1832). "Liverpool". . Philadelphia: Joseph and Edward Parker. Edinburgh Encyclopædia
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Edward Baines (1870). John Harland (ed.). . History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster 2. London: Routledge.
"Circulating Libraries", All the Year Round (282), 26 May 1894
A. V. Williams (1913). . Cincinnati, USA. Development and Growth of City Directories
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Claude Egerton Lowe (1896). "Chronological Summary of the Chief Events in the History of Music". Chronological Cyclopædia of Musicians and Musical Events. London: Weekes & Co.
. 1814. Catalogue of the Liverpool Library, at the Lyceum
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George Henry Townsend (1867), "Liverpool", A Manual of Dates (2nd ed.), London: Frederick Warne & Co.
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University Library. "Collection Descriptions". Special Collections & Archives. University of Liverpool . Retrieved 2013.
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William Farrer, J. Brownbill, ed. (1911), "Liverpool: the Docks", , A History of the County of Lancaster 4 , retrieved 2013
William Toone (1835). . Chronological Historian 2 (2nd ed.). London: J. Dowding.
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R.J. Broadbent (1908), , Liverpool: E. Howell Annals of the Liverpool Stage
, 1893 Liverpool Chess Club: a Short Sketch of the Club
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Michael E. Sadler (1904), , London Report on Secondary Education in Liverpool
"Cunard Steam-Ship Company", New York Times, 25 July 1880
Edward Baines (1893). "Liverpool Parish". In John Harland (ed.). History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster. 5.
"About the LAS". Liverpool Architectural Society . Retrieved 2013.
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Cowell, Peter (1903). . Liverpool: Free Public Library. Liverpool Public Libraries: a History of Fifty years OCLC 4319003.
Jarvis, Adrian (1994). "The Port of Liverpool and the shipowners in the late 19th century". The Great Circle. Australian Association for Maritime History. 16. JSTOR 41562879.
"Photographic Societies of the British Isles and Colonies", , New York: International Annual of Anthony's Photographic Bulletin E. & H. T. Anthony & Company, 1891
"History of the Liverpool Jewish Community", Jewish World, London, August 1877
"Municipal Housing in Liverpool before 1914: the 'first council houses in Europe. '" Municipal Dreams. 2013-10-08 . Retrieved .
"Liverpool", Willing's Press Guide, London: James Willing, Jr., 1904
Norman H. Murdoch (1992). "Salvation Army Disturbances in Liverpool, England, 1879-1887". Journal of Social History. 25. JSTOR 3789029.
"Anfield: Timeline of Liverpool's famous home". The Independent. 15 October 2012 . Retrieved 2013.
"Liverpool and Merseyside remembered". Anthony Hogan . Retrieved 2017.
Sandi E. Cooper (1991). "Peace Societies". Patriotic Pacifism: Waging War on War in Europe, 1815-1914. Oxford University Press. ISBN . 978-0-19-536343-2
Emma Latham (2000). "The Liverpool Boys' Association and the Liverpool Union of Youth Clubs: Youth Organizations and Gender, 1940-70". Journal of Contemporary History. 35. JSTOR 261029.
James Lord Bowes (1894), , Handbook to the Bowes Museum of Japanese Art-Work, Streatlam Towers, Liverpool OCLC 27521645
"Liverpool (England) Newspapers". Main Catalogue. British Library . Retrieved 2013.
, 1907 Liverpool's 700th Anniversary Celebrations: Words and Music
De Figueiredo, Peter (2003). "Symbols of Empire: The Buildings of the Liverpool Waterfront". Architectural History. 46. JSTOR 1568808.
Coslett, Paul (2009). "The Belfast of England". Liverpool: History. BBC . Retrieved 2013.
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"Movie Theaters in Liverpool". CinemaTreasures.org. Los Angeles: Cinema Treasures LLC . Retrieved 2013.
, Liverpool, 1920 Handbook to the Commercial Reference Library
Zack-Williams, Alfred B. (1997). "African Diaspora Conditioning: The Case of Liverpool". Journal of Black Studies. 27: 528-542. doi: 10.1177/002193479702700405. JSTOR 2784729.
Wilson, Carlton E. (1992). "Racism and Private Assistance: The Support of West Indian and African Missions in Liverpool, England, during the Interwar Years". African Studies Review. 35. JSTOR 524870.
The Population of Liverpool Exemplified (PDF) (1st ed.), Liverpool John Moores University, 2010
Houghton, Alistair (23 February 2019). "Eye-popping 'Walkways in the Sky' and Liverpool masterplan that never happened". liverpoolecho.
Gascoigne, Bamber. "Timelines: Liverpool". History World . Retrieved .
"Queen Mary 2 to run first Cunard Liverpool sailings in 45 years". Cruise Liverpool. 1 March 2013.
Philbin, Paul (26 February 2017). "Why does the M62 start at junction 5?". liverpoolecho.
Couch, Chris; Farr, Sarah-Jane (2000). "Museums, Galleries, Tourism and Regeneration: Some Experiences from Liverpool". Built Environment. 26. JSTOR 23288855.
"1945 to present". British History Timeline. BBC . Retrieved .
Houghton, Alistair (28 January 2018). "Lost landmarks - more Liverpool buildings you wish were still here". liverpoolecho.
"Census Information Index". City of Liverpool Internet. City of Liverpool. Archived from the original on 1998-02-11 . Retrieved .
"Mathew Street Festival axed and replaced by new Liverpool International Music Festival". Liverpool Echo. 19 February 2013.
Mukul (1998), "Liverpool Dockers; Making and Un-Making of a Struggle", Economic and Political Weekly, 33, JSTOR 4406925
"United Kingdom". Art Spaces Directory. New York: New Museum . Retrieved 2013.
"British Mayors". City Mayors.com. London: City Mayors Foundation . Retrieved 2013.
Published in the 18th century
Published in the 19th century
"Liverpool", Kearsley's Traveller's Entertaining Guide through Great Britain, London: George Kearsley, 1803
John Britton (1807), "Liverpool", , Beauties of England and Wales 9, London: Vernor, Hood & Sharpe
(2nd ed.), Liverpool: Printed by Jones and Wright, and sold by Woodward and Alderson, 1808 Picture of Liverpool; or, Stranger's Guide
John Corry (1810), , Liverpool: William Robinson The history of Liverpool, from the earliest authenticated period down to the present time
"Liverpool". Commercial Directory for 1818-19-20. Manchester: James Pigot. 1818.
Robert Watt (1824). "Liverpool". Bibliotheca Britannica. 4. Edinburgh: A. Constable. OCLC 961753.
Henry Smithers (1825), , Liverpool: Printed by T. Kaye, Liverpool, its Commerce, Statistics, and Institutions OCLC 4587553
"Liverpool". Pigot & Co.'s National Commercial Directory for 1828-9. London: James Pigot.
"Liverpool", Cities and Principal Towns of the World, Cabinet Cyclopaedia, London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green, 1830, OCLC 2665202
Stephen Reynolds Clarke (1830), "Liverpool", New Lancashire Gazetteer, London: H. Teesdale and Co., OCLC 6704104
Gore's Directory and View of Liverpool (PDF). Liverpool: J. and J. Mawdsley. 1834. 
"Liverpool". Cornish's Grand Junction, and the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Companion. Birmingham: J. Cornish. 1837. 
Picture of Liverpool. Liverpool: T. Taylor. 1837.
Francis Coghlan (1838). "Liverpool". Iron Road Book and Railway Companion from London to Birmingham, Manchester, and Liverpool. London: A.H. Baily & Co.
Arthur Freeling (1838), "Liverpool Guide", Freeling's Grand Junction Railway Companion to Liverpool, Manchester, and Birmingham, H. Lacey 
"Liverpool", Osborne's Guide to the Grand Junction, Or Birmingham, Liverpool, and Manchester Railway, Birmingham: E.C. & W. Osborne, 1838
"Liverpool", Leigh's New Pocket Road-Book of England and Wales (7th ed.), London: Leigh and Son, 1839
Liverpool as It Is. 1840.
Alexander Brown (1843), , Liverpool: Benjamin Smith Smith's Strangers' Guide to Liverpool
John Thomson (1845), "Liverpool", New Universal Gazetteer and Geographical Dictionary, London: H.G. Bohn
"Liverpool". Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland; including ... English Towns of Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, West Bromwich, Leeds, Sheffield and Bristol, and in Scotland, those of Glasgow and Paisley. Manchester: I. Slater. 1846. Samuel Lewis (1848), "Liverpool", Topographical Dictionary of England (7th ed.), London: S. Lewis and Co.
Thomas Baines (1852). . London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. History of the Commerce and Town of Liverpool
"Liverpool", Black's Picturesque Tourist and Road-book of England and Wales (3rd ed.), Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1853
Richard Brooke (1853), , Liverpool: J. Mawdsley and Son, Liverpool as it was during the last quarter of the eighteenth century. 1775 to 1800 OCLC 4612147
Thomas Baines (1859), , London: Longman Liverpool in 1859
George Measom (1859), "Liverpool", Official Illustrated Guide to the North-Western Railway, London: W.H. Smith and Son
, Liverpool: J. F. Hughes, 1863 Recollections of old Liverpool
, 1870 A. Green & Co.'s Directory for Liverpool and Birkenhead
James Stonehouse (c. 1870). Streets of Liverpool. Liverpool: E. Howell.
, Edinburgh: Black's Guide to Liverpool Adam and Charles Black, 1871
"Liverpool Section". Commercial Directory and Shippers' Guide (3rd ed.). Liverpool: R.E. Fulton & Co. 1871.
James Picton (1875), , London: Longmans, Green Memorials of Liverpool v.2
"Liverpool", Official Guide and Album of the Cunard Steamship Company, S. Sharpe, 1877
John Parker Anderson (1881), "Lancashire: Liverpool", Book of British Topography: a Classified Catalogue of the Topographical Works in the Library of the British Museum Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, London: W. Satchell
. Liverpool: Lewis's Handy Guide to Liverpool and Neighbourhood Lewis's. 1884.
(3rd ed.), Liverpool: A. Holden, 1885 Liverpool a few years since
, Liverpool: G. G. Walmsley, 1886 City of Liverpool: Municipal archives and records, from A. D. 1700 to the passing of the municipal reform act, 1835 Frederick Dolman (1895), "Liverpool", Municipalities at Work: the Municipal Policy of Six Great Towns and its Influence on their Social Welfare, London: Methuen & Co., OCLC 8429493
Published in the 20th century
Ramsay Muir (1907), (2nd ed.), London: Pub. for the University Press of Liverpool by Williams & Norgate A History of Liverpool
George T. Shaw; Isabella Shaw, eds. (1907). . Liverpool: Henry Young & Sons. Liverpool's First Directory. A Reprint of the Names and Addresses from Gore's Directory for 1766
Robert Donald, ed. (1907). "Liverpool". Municipal Year Book of the United Kingdom for 1907. London: Edward Lloyd.
William Dean Howells (1909), "A Modest Liking for Liverpool", Seven English Cities, New York: Harper & Brothers
"Liverpool", Great Britain (7th ed.), Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1910
Benjamin Vincent (1910), "Liverpool", (25th ed.), London: Ward, Lock & Co. Haydn's Dictionary of Dates William Farrer; J. Brownbill, eds. (1911). "History of the County of Lancaster". Victoria County History. University of London, Institute of Historical Research. (includes Liverpool)
1950s-1990s Richard Hawes (1998). "Municipal Regulation of Smoke Pollution in Liverpool, 1853-1866". Environment and History. 4. JSTOR 20723060.
Published in the 21st century
Coordinates: 53°24?N 3°00?W / 53.4°N 3°W