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    Feedback

    If you have any comments about this website please contact one of the partners.  Contact details below: ARCHIVES Dudley Archives and Local History Service Mount Pleasant Street Coseley West Midlands WV14 9JR Telephone: (01384) 812770 Email: [email protected] Sandwell Community History and Archives Service Smethwick Library High Street Smethwick B66 1AA Telephone: (0121) 558 2561 Email: […]

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    Useful Links

    If you want to find out more about the history of the Black Country and surrounding area you may find the links below useful: Black Country Bugle Black Country Connections Black Country Genealogy and Family History Halesowen Roots History of Amblecote History of Galton Valley History of Oldbury History of Smethwick History of Wolverhampton – […]

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    Visit Us

    To find out about visiting our sites please click on the relevant link below: Dudley Archives and Local History Service Dudley Museums Service Sandwell Community History and Archives Service Sandwell Museums Service Walsall Local History Centre Walsall Museums Service Wolverhampton Archives and Local Studies Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service

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    Contact Us

    If you find something of interest in the online catalogues, we encourage you to visit the relevant archive office where the original records are held and a full range of research facilities are available or contact the relevant museum or gallery where the objects are held where staff will be able to tell you if […]

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    Credits

    This website has been made possible through the two separate projects; Documenting the Workshop of the World and Black Country Collections Online. The Documenting the Workshop of the World project was a three year Heritage Lottery Fund initiative which digitised over 10,000 historical images and catalogued a series of important business records from across the […]

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    Times

    Our collections span a long period of time and many mark landmark events in the history of the region. In the beginning… The geology of the Black Country has been very important in shaping its history. The natural resources found under the ground have brought wealth to the area for hundreds of years. Limestone layers […]

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    Places

    The Black Country is an area located just to the west of Birmingham right at the heart of the UK. It lies between the towns of Dudley, Walsall and Wolverhampton and is noted for its industrial past. It is so named because of the concentration of coal mining and metalworking in the area. It has […]

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    People

    Each of the partners involved in this website holds thousands of items relating to the people who lived and worked in the Black Country: books, maps and plans, photographs, newspapers, trade directories, local authority records, business records, historical objects, paintings, sculptures and decorative art objects and much more. The easiest way to see if we have information relating to […]

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    Subjects

    Each of the partners involved in this website holds thousands of items relating to the history of the Black Country: books, maps and plans, photographs, newspapers, trade directories, local authority records, business records, historical objects, paintings, sculptures and decorative art objects and much more.  The range of subjects covered by these collections is wide ranging – archive […]

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    About

    Introduction Black Country History is a searchable website which allows users to find information about documents, maps, photographs, art works, objects and more held by archives and museums services within the Black Country. The eight partners involved in this website are: Dudley Archives and Local History Service Dudley Museums Service Sandwell Community History and Archives […]