Table of contents for London : a life in maps / Peter Whitfield.


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London Before the Fire
Medieval London: The Earliest Images of the City
The Tower and Westminster Abbey
The End of the Middle Ages in London
Renaissance London Revealed
A Coronation Procession
Copperplate: From Picture to Map
Braun and Hogenberg
Shakespeare's London
The Agas Map
Smithfield and St Bartholomew's Hospital
The Norden Panorama
Whitehall Palace
Civil War London
Maritime London
Hollar: West Central London
The Great Fire
The Great Fire and the Map of London
The Age of Elegance
The London that Wren Never Saw
St Paul's
Frost Fairs on the Thames
St James's
The West End
Whitechapel and the East End
Vauxhall and Ranelagh Gardens
Hogarth's London
Fashionable Suburbs
Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens
Bedlam and Newgate
South London: New Bridges, New Roads
Chelsea Waterworks
Marylebone Road
The City and its Institutions
The Gordon Riots
The Victorian Metropolis
Regency London
Unbuilt London
Buckingham Palace
Kensington Turnpike
London's Docks
Belgravia
The Railway Age
Paddington: A Canal, a Railway, a Miniature Venice and a Teddy Bear
Trafalger Square
Bloomsbury
Gothic London
Victorian Cemeteries
Victorian Parks
Millbank: From Prison to Art Gallery
New Roads
Dickens's London
The Great Exhibition and its Legacy
London's Vanished Rivers
Green London Preserved
Mapping Wealth and Poverty
The Shock of the New
Unfashionable Suburbs
Architecture: Edwardian and Modernist
The Underground
Wembley and Park Royal
Road-planning: Early Visions
The City Blitzed
The Festival of Britain
Planning the Capital
The Transformation of the Docklands
A Hoxton Childhood
A View from a Bridge
Select Bibliography
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
London (England) -- Historical geography.
London (England) -- Historical geography -- Maps.