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A Love Affair with Music Part No.129
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A Love Affair with Music 
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A History of Todmorden Part No.293
A History of Todmorden 
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Todmorden Hippodrome - One Hundred Years of Theatre (Paperback) Part No.363
Todmorden Hippodrome - One Hundred Years of Theatre (Paperback) 
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John Ramsbottom, A Victorian Engineering Giant Part No.338
John Ramsbottom, A Victorian Engineering Giant 
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Folk Tales from Calderdale Vol. 1 Part No.337
Folk Tales from Calderdale Vol. 1 
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Todmorden Album 4, People, Places and Events Part No.300
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The name Todmorden first appears in 1641 and is generally accepted to mean Totta’s boundary-valley, probably a reference to the valley running northwest from the town, although the name “marshy valley of the fox” has also been proposed. The earliest written record of the area is in the Domesday Book (1086), at which time most people were living in scattered farms or in isolated hilltop agricultural settlements. Packhorse trails were marked by ancient stones of which many still survive.


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