Newscutting: Jersey Museum exhibition describing life of internees during World War Two to open

Reference: US/1129

Date: 2012 - 2012
29 June 2012

JEP Newscutting: Discussive article on new exhibition at the Maritime Museum

Reference: US/1198

Date: 2012 - 2012
14 Feb 2012

JEP Newscutting: Dunkirk rescue ship renovation

Reference: US/1202

Date: 2012 - 2012
6 Dec 2012

JEP cutting: history of the ship 'General Brock', Gaspé fishing boat

Reference: US/1205

Date: 2010 - 2015
No date provided on cutting

JEP cutting: Discussive article on various boat restoration projects in the Maritime Museum

Reference: US/1210

Date: 2013 - 2013

JEP cutting: Great war photo scanning

Reference: US/1248

Date: 2013 - 2013
27 April 2013

JEP cutting: Fort Regent signal mast to be repaired

Reference: US/1249

Date: 2013 - 2013
18 April 2013

JEP cutting: Walter Dauny's name removed from holocaust Memorial sculpture

Reference: US/1266

Date: 2013 - 2013
14th October 2013

JEP Article : Historian Doug Ford writes about Jersey's coastline between West Park and Point des Pas, the harbours in St Helier and how the area has changed over the years

Reference: US/1398

Date: February 20th 2017

Jersey Evening Post Newspaper article : 'The battleship called Jersey that helped rule the waves'. Seven Royal Navy ships have been named after the island since the first was built during the English Civil War. Historian and maritime expert Doug Ford recounts the eventful career of the original vessel, launched in the early 1650's.

Reference: US/1485

Date: February 10th 2017

Jersey Evening Post Newspaper article : Historian Doug Ford investigates the character Pompey who is depicted in the famous painting of the Battle of Jersey, 'The Death of Major Peirson', by John Singleton Copley

Reference: US/1487

Date: January 6th 2017

Jersey Evening Post Newspaper article : 'A hanging tale with a twist' - Historian Doug Ford delves into the darker side of the Island's history with a look at the unusual tale of the hanging of William Hales

Reference: US/1495

Date: April 29th 2020

Jersey Evening Post Newspaper article : A project is currenlty under way in Australia to preserve the remains of a Jersey-built ship wricked off the coast of Victoria 160 years ago.

Reference: US/1510

Date: October 9th 2020

Jersey Evening Post Newspaper cutting : 'The imperfect hero of a homegrown revolution' - An article on the life of statesman Thomas Gruchy

Reference: US/1516

Date: October 16th 2020

Jersey Evening Post Newspaper article : A new book by David Dorgan - Jersey Militia 1337-1881 - A History

Reference: US/1581

Date: December 22nd 2020

Historian Doug Ford's series of Jersey's coast : The Islet - 'Smugglers, a saint and Charles II's first yacht'

Reference: US/1588

Date: December 5th 2020

Historian Doug Ford's series of Jersey's coast : St Helier's Harbours - A stretch of coast that has changed the most

Reference: US/1589

Date: December 12th 2020

Historian Doug Ford's series of Jersey's coast : Grouville Bay - 'The bay so beautiful it was given Royal status'

Reference: US/1590

Date: May 27th 2015

Jersey Evening Post Newspaper article : How did Islanders deal with the epidemics of years gone by

Reference: US/1603

Date: January 14th 2021

Jersey Evening Post Newspaper article ; The Corn Riots of 1769 - Historian Doug Ford looks at a significant event on the path to progress

Reference: US/1701

Date: September 27th 2021

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