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Movements for the vote and workers’ rights in 19th century Britain fought for the right to meet and to speak in public space. Popular protests contested the meaning of ‘public’ in public space.

This website accompanies the book Protest and the Politics of Space and Place, 1789-1848 by Katrina Navickas (Manchester University Press, 2015).

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What’s on this site?

the story

the story, 1789-1848

Peterloo massacre cartoon

the Peterloo massacre, 1819

processions, Leeds

processions & marches

Blackstone Edge

moors and fields meetings

town histories

town histories of protest

halls

19th century halls & meeting rooms

Ashton, 1828

the privatisation of public space

Swing map of Yorkshire

Swing riots and Luddism

violent protest

violent protest & riots

map of all meetings

database of all meetings

 

Sheffield, 1832 electoral boundaries

1830-2 Reform Bill agitation

protest

social movements & protest

primary sources

primary sources

 

 

 

 

Map of political meetings in northern England, 1775-1848:


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northern England

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northern England: 53.797400, -1.543790

 

You can use the data and information on this site, but please credit it to me with the url of the page.

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