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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).

book cover

 

 

 

 


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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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northern England: 53.797400, -1.543790

 

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