The Growth of Stoke Newington


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Page 1 Introduction
Page 1 About the Book
Page 2 Population Change Charts
Page 3 Early London Maps
Page 4 The Geology of the London Basin
Page 5 Geology of the London Basin Map
Page 6 The Geology of Stoke Newington
Page 7 Hackney Brook
Page 8 3D Computer Drawn Base Map
Page 9 A 4D Geological Map
Page 10 3D Local Features
Page 11 A Block Map of the Lea Valley
Page 12 The Paleolithic Hackney Brook
Page 13 Sand-pit sections
Page 14 Sites of finds on Stoke Newington Common
Page 15 Local Archaeological Finds
Page 16 The Geology of Stoke Newington
Page 17 Roman and Mediaeval Maps
Page 18 The Village of Stroke Newington
Page 19 Sisters' Place AD 1714 Stoke Newington Church St
Page 20 A Sheet of Forgework Details
Page 21 Make Cut-Out 'M' Roof
Page 22 The Lost Church Row
Page 23 The 1734 and 1814 maps
Page 24 1734 Map of the Manor
Page 25 1814 Map of the Manor
Page 26 The New River
Page 27 The New River Company and the Roads
Page 28 John Rocque 1741 Environs of London Map
Page 29 John Rocque 1745 Environs of London Map
Page 30 Milne 1800 (Trigonometrical Survey 1795-1799)
Page 31 1800 Milne's Map of Land Usage
Page 32 Clissold House
Page 33 1810 Turnpikes
Page 34 Stoke Newington 1821
Page 35 Thomas Cubitt, Builder
Page 36 The 1828 Cruchley map
Page 37 Paradise Row
Page 38 1846 Parish of St Mary, Stoke Newington
Page 39 Fairview, No. 14 Queen Elizabeth's Walk
Page 40 1846 Parish of St Mary, Stoke Newington
Page 41 1855 Parish of St Mary, Stoke Newington
Page 42 Nos 207-223 Stoke Newington Church Street
            Stoke Newington Lecture
        The Real Reason for the Influx of People into Stoke Newington in the 1860's
Page 43 1858 Post Office London Directory
Page 44 Major Constructions in London - 1860-1880
Page 45 1863 Ordnance Survey
Page 46 1870 Ordnance Survey Map
Page 47 The Stanford Map of 1877
Page 48 Queen Elizabeth's Walk; Even numbers from 92
Page 49 Queen Elizabeth's Walk; North Side
Page 50 1894-96 Ordnance Survey
Page 51 The 1894-96 Ordnance Survey Map
Page 52 The Waterman's House, Lordship Road
Page 53 The 1913 London County Council Map
Page 54 Title Required
Page 55 The 1930 London County Council Map
Page 56 1936 Ordnance Survey map Large Scale
Page 57 The Old Woodberry Down Houses
Page 58 War Damage
Page 59 The War Damage Map
Page 60 1949 Ordnance Survey
Page 61 1949 Ordnance Survey
Page 62 Oakend House
Page 63 Oakend House Plan
Page 64 Map
Page 65 Woodberry Down: A Cut-away Drawing
Page 66 Tower Blocks
Page 67 1934-1984: Fifty Years of Change
Page 68 Reconditioning 1934 Flats in 1984
Page 69 Map
Page 70 Architectural Details
Page 71 Geometrical Details
Page 72 Cast Iron
Page 73 The Leaf Border
Page 74 Stoke Newington Church Street as a Conservation Area
Page 75 Sketches and Photographs
Page 76 A Victorian Villa

Page 79 Index
Page 80 Back Cover

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Updated: February 28, 2012