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- The rules of etiquette through the ages
- The easiest ways to do historical research
- Historical humour
- Why accuracy is important, and how to get it right
- How to write compelling historical non-fiction
- Inventions and discoveries that changed the world
- Coping with obsolete language
- The history of history
- Women's role in history - and how to give your characters
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Imagine that your town doesn't exist yet. It's
just a barren patch of land. Now imagine
that someone decides to construct the first building there. Who
is this person and what
sort of building is it? (You can make this up if you can't
find out.) Why does he decide to
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there, or it's a convenient (i.e.
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several roads meet. It could
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Or perhaps it's a place
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feels like a nice place.
Now imagine the town slowly developing. Other
people construct more buildings -
homes, shops, market stalls, farms, inns and lodging houses,
churches, manufacturing and
service industries, schools, and so on.
about the problems and daily hardships they would have faced
back then. Think
about the communication and relationship with nearby towns and
How would the original developers feel about
the way the town is today? Proud? Or
Or you could look at how the town coped
(or maybe thrived) during things like the
Roman invasion, or the Civil War, or the two World Wars.
What about during other
periods in history?
And what about the people themselves? The
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so on. Your town presents an
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