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On the street in nineteenth-century London. / Pooley, Colin.

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title = "On the street in nineteenth-century London",
abstract = "This paper uses statements made at London{\textquoteright}s Central Criminal Court (The Old Bailey) by victims and witnesses of crime in nineteenth-century London to reveal the hidden history of pedestrian movement on the city{\textquoteright}s streets. It demonstrates that men and women of all ages and social groups walked the streets at most times of the day and night, and argues that walking was not only a normal and taken-for-granted activity, but that pedestrianism could contribute to the development of a community of the street. ",
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