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British History Research Guide: Biography


Blackwell Biographical Dictionary of British Political Life in the Twentieth Century
Alexander Reference: DA566.9.A1B57 1990

British Establishment, 1760-1784: An Eighteenth Century Biographical Dictionary (2 vols.)
Alexander, Camden, Dana (Newark) Reference: CT781.V3

British Political Leaders: A Biographical Dictionary
Alexander Reference: DA28.4.B65 2001

Dictionary of Welsh Biography Down to 1940
Alexander and Dana (Newark) Reference: DA710.A1B913

Kings & Queens of England & Great Britain
Douglass Reference: DA28.1.D42 1990

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004) (60 vols.)
Alexander, Dana (Newark): DA28.O95 2004 Also available online from the ""Indexes and Databases"" page

Queen Victoria: A Biographical Companion
Alexander Reference: DA554.R37 2003 Camden Stacks: DA554.R37 2003

Who's Who in British History: Beginnings to 1901
Camden Reference: DA28.W616 1998

Who's Who in Early Medieval England, 1066-1272
Alexander Reference: DA177.T94 1996

Who's Who in History (4 vols.)
Alexander, Dana (Newark), and Douglass Reference: DA28.W618

Who's Who in Late Medieval England
Alexander Reference: DA177.H64 1991

Who's Who in Scottish History
Alexander and Dana (Newark) Reference: DA758.D66 1973b Carr Stacks: DA758.D66 1973A

Who's Who in Shakespeare's England
Alexander and Camden Reference: PR2910.P3

Who's Who in Stuart England
Alexander Reference: DA28.H5511 1988

Who's Who in the Irish War of Independence and Civil War, 1916-1923
Dana (Newark) Reference: DA965.A1042 1997

Who's Who in Tudor England
Alexander Reference: DA317.R68 1990

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