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Category: Archaeology

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Enfield Archaeological Society
Enfield Local Studies Library and Archive

Enfield Archaeological Society

Romano-British bronze head found in Enfield, circa 150BC - AD250
Enfield Archaeological Society is active in carrying out research and fieldwork in Enfield, in order to understand the archaeological past of the Borough.

Its main aims are: to promote the practice and study of archaeology in the district; to record and preserve all finds in the district and encourage others to allow their finds to be recorded by the Society; and to co-operate with neighbouring societies with similar aims.

Enfield Local Studies Library and Archive

Enfield Library and Museum service has a dedicated Local Studies Library and archive at Thomas Hardy House in Enfield Town. Archive material includes records relating to the three former local authorities of Edmonton, Enfield and Southgate.

The Local Studies collection includes books on the local history of the area, including transport history and biographies of famous people, journals, pamphlets and other ephemera relating to local societies and organisations, local newspapers on microfilm dating from 1859, maps, including large scale Ordnance Survey, trade and street directories, Electoral registers, photographs and engravings, auctioneers catalogues and much more. There are also four PCs offering free public access to the on-line genealogy websites Find My Past, Ancestry and the Genealogist.

Enfield Local Studies Library & Archive
Thomas Hardy House (1st floor)
39 London Road
Enfield EN2 6DS