John Leland





John Leland


Born
in London, England, The United Kingdom
August 24, 1503

Died
March 29, 1552

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John Leland, also Leyland (13 September, c. 1503-06 – 18 April 1552), was an English poet and antiquary. He has been described as 'the father of English local history'.

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Hip: The History

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Why Kerouac Matters: The Le...

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The rights of conscience in...

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Readings in Wood: What the ...

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John Leland's Itinerary: Tr...

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A View of the Principal Dei...

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The Itinerary in Wales of J...

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The rights of conscience in...

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“There is something at stake any time we cross from one circle to another, a simultaneous relinquishing and hardening of the self.”
John Leland, Hip: The History