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Ale, Beer and Brewsters in England

Poster: Tom Brady <duncan@technomancer.com>

Greetings, all!
Following up to Master Robyyan's post earlier this week, here's some
useful info on this new book:
For a newspaper article that appeared in the 12/6/96 Raleigh News &
Observer, see:

It's basically a fluff piece, but it has some interesting tidbits that
make the book sound like it might be worth tracking down. (If you don't
have web access and would like a copy of the article by email, drop me a

Also, here is the Library of Congress Record for this book (you can
obtain info on any book cataloged by the Library of Congress at 

Author:        Bennett, Judith M.
Title:         Ale, beer and brewsters in England : women's work in a
                  changing world, 1300-1600 / Judith M. Bennett.
Published:     New York : Oxford Univeristy Press, 1996.
Description:   p. cm.
LC Call No.:   HD6073.L62 G723 1996
Dewey No.:     331.4/86342/0942 20
ISBN:          0195073908
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects:      Women brewers -- England -- History.
               Women -- England -- History -- Middle Ages, 500-1500.
               Economic history -- Medieval, 600-1500.
               Economic history -- 16th century.
Control No.:   96001271 //r96

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