Sands, Gats and Swatchways between Harwich and the Nore

By H. Muir Evans, published February 1930


The article gathers the history of sands and shores of the Thames through the study of three distinctive areas: 1) the Essex coast line, 2) the sands facing Sheppey and the north coast of Kent, and 3) the sands and channels that lie between these areas. It includes maps and diagrams from as early as 1686, as well as excerpts from historical accounts that provide detailed descriptions of these geographical features.

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Filed under: North Sea | Other (Nineteenth C)
Subjects include: Miscellaneous | Science & Exploration

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