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David Huddleston examining the range of archives including workhouse, asylum, school and mill records held by PRONI that reveals the experience of mill workers during the late 19th century.

There will also be a display of original records from the PRONI archives including workhouse registers, school registers, mill letter books and wages books. Staff will be on hand to talk about the documents.

David Huddleston is Head of Records Management, Cataloguing and Access at PRONI.

Thu, 21 Nov 2019 1:00 - 2:00pm

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland

  • 2 Titanic Boulevard
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT3 9HQ

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