This paperback edition includes the new foreword by James Carter and the new chapter by John Stafford written for the second edition in 1974. Updated lists and appendices and the index prepared for that edition are also included.
|Statement||by Hartley Bateson.|
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Find out more about the fascinating history of Oldham at Oldham Local Studies and Archives. With thousands of maps, photographs, books and an extensive collection of archives recording the history of the borough, this is a unique resource that defines what Oldham is today. One of the most successful, and also longest-serving managers in Oldham Athletic's history was Joe Royle, who took over from Jimmy Frizzell just before the start of the –83 season. Royle's first four seasons in charge resulted in moderate mid-table finishes before the first signs of success arrived during the –87 season. The Oldham Historical Research Group consists of a small group of enthusiastic people who have a strong interest in the history of Oldham. The Group aims to promote and encourage an interest in the history of Oldham including the gathering, study, and publication of information about the history . Early History The earliest known evidence of a human presence in what is now Oldham is attested by the discovery of Neolithic flint arrow-heads and workings found at Werneth and Besom Hill, implying habitation 7–10, years ago.