By Peter Malpass
Issue 24, Winter 2012 pp 37-41
“The phrase ‘builders of Victorian Bristol’ can be approached at different levels. It can refer to all those who contributed to the growth of the city in the widest sense, embracing its physical, economic, social, political and cultural development in the period 1837-1901”. Peter Malpass investigates some important names and how they made a difference to Bristol in the Victorian era.
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