Author: Michael Wickes
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Huntingdonshire was one of England's smallest counties, even after its amalgamation with the Soke of Peterborough in 1965. It had survived as a political unit and a social institution for about eleven hundred years until 1974 when it was absorbed into Cambridgeshire.
Always small, always intensely rural and thinly populated, nevertheless Huntingdonshire had its moments of glory and produces ore than its share of historical characters who made great impact on the national scene, especially during the 17th century. This is the first book to be exclusively devoted to the historic county since the Victoria County History appeared in 1926 and it will be warmly welcomed by who wish to keep alive the memory of one of the vanished counties of England.
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