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BEFORE THE DOCKS - LONDON RIVER AND PORT IN THE 18TH CENTURY

DOCKLANDS HISTORY GROUP FIFTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE - SATURDAY 7 th MAY 2016

MUSEUM OF LONDON DOCKLANDS

No. 1 Warehouse, West India Quay, Hertsmere Road, Canary Wharf, London E14 4AL

BOOKINGS – please contact DHG website for details:  www.docklandshistorygroup.org.uk

Programme

AM      9.45 Museum of London Docklands’ doors open; registration, coffee and tea

            10.30 Chris Ellmers Welcome and Opening Remarks

            10.35 First Session: Session Chairman – Pieter van der Merwe

            10.40 Paper 1: Professor Sarah Palmer London River and the Sea

            11.10 Paper 2: Professor Markman Ellis – Picturing the Port

            11.40 Paper 3: Chris Ellmers On the Waterfront: Working the 18th Century Port

 

            12.10 Paper 4: Jenny Collett From Tyne to Thames: The Life of an 18th Century

            Merchant 

 

PM      12.40-2.00 LunchThis is not provided but local cafe details will be provided

 

            2.00 Second Session: Session Chairman – Derek Morris

 

            2.00 Paper 5:  Dr. Margaret Makepeace – The London World of the East India Company

 

            2.30 Paper 6: Dr. Alexi Baker – Scientific Instrument Making in the Port

 

            3.00 Paper 7: Dr. Nuala Zahedieh – Hidden from View: London and the Slave Trade

 

            3.30-4.00 Coffee/tea

            4.00 Third Session:  Session Chairman – Pieter van der Merwe

 

            4.00 Paper 8: Dr. Margarette Lincoln Women and Crime in the Riverside Parishes

            4.30 Paper 9: Alex Werner – The Merchant Trader, 'Ann': In Port and Beyond, 1794-

            1796

            5.00 Questions and Answers

            5.15 Edwards Sargent – Concluding Remarks

            5.30 Closure

         

 

 

 

 

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