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Through Airedale from Goole to Malham

Johnnie Gray (Harry Speight 1855-1915)
Edmondson & Co Skipton, 1891

Harry Speight (1855-1915) was a Bradford local historian and genealogist who wrote a considerable number of interesting books about the Dales and West Yorkshire, including Craven and the Northwest Highlands. His writing is considerably more reliable than the works of many other Victorian authors, though at times a little flowery and containing some unsubstantiated local tales. Some of his writings, like this example were published under the name Johnnie Gray.



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