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Shore, Heather

London’s Criminal Underworlds, c. 1720–c. 1930

Shore, Heather - London’s Criminal Underworlds, c. 1720–c. 1930, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Heather Shore

2. ‘Now we have the Informing Dogs!’: Crime Networks and Informing Cultures in the 1720s and 1730s
Heather Shore

3. ‘A Noted Virago’: Moll Harvey and her ‘Dangerous Crew’, 1727–1738
Heather Shore

4. ‘The pickpockets and hustlers had yesterday what is called a Grand Day’: Changing Street Theft, c. 1800–1850
Heather Shore

5. ‘There goes Bill Sheen, the Murderer’: Crime, Kinship and Community in East London, 1827–1852
Heather Shore

6. ‘A new species of swindling’: Coiners, Fraudsters, Swindlers and the ‘Long-Firm’, c. 1760–1913
Heather Shore

7. ‘A London Plague that must be swept away’: Hooligans and Street Fighting Gangs, c. 1882–1912
Heather Shore

8. ‘The Terror of the People’: Organised Crime in Interwar London
Heather Shore

9. Conclusion
Heather Shore

Keywords: History, Cultural History, History of Britain and Ireland, Social History, Criminology and Criminal Justice, general, Crime and Society, Modern History

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
297 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137313911
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-33845-0

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