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Miscellaneous events in the history of Seaham

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1 Centenary celebrations of the inauguration of the harbour and town begins (1928) 13
2 Medical fees in Seaham before the National Health Service (1913) 31
3 Henri Minski entertains 300 children to breakfast on Xmas Day (1909) 39
4 Annual meeting of Easington Rural District Council (including New Seaham) (1909) 36
5 Roman coins found while excavating foundations for new cottages at Dawdon (1907) 38
6 The Growth of Seaham UDC from the Local Board (1906) 40
7 Nude bathing at Seaham Harbour (1906) 475
8 New industry set up to produce typhoid and diphtheria disinfectants (1896) 43
9 First annual review of the Seaham Harbour Nursing Association (1894) 48
10 Christmas at Seaham Harbour in 1890 67
11 1811 census for the parish of Seaham and Dalton-Le-Dale 121
12 Diary of James Coyle (Up to 1937) 2641
13 1861 Census of Seaham and Seaham Harbour 379
14 Proposal to Durham CC to incorporate Parish of Seaham with Seaham Harbour (Jan 1932) 475
15 Re-telling of the 1830 flood at Dawdon Dene and Adam and Eve pub (1891) 1442
16 Seaham Harbour becomes Seaham (December 1938) 264
17 1862 Report to the Congres International de Bienfaisance by Robert Anderson 370
18 The 1831 cholera outbreak - Lord Londonderry's views 378
19 Seaham Harbour free of recent cholera outbreak (1831) 393
20 Extract from The 1862 Great Exhibition Catalogue_ Model of town and harbour of Seaham 385
 
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