Polperro is celebrated as one of the most beautiful villages in Britain, but its history is less well-known and it is this intriguing tale that de Burlet tells in this work. Chapters deal with the earliest records; the vital harvest from the sea; the two parish churches; the smugglers and their tales; customs, rituals and traditions; the water mills; and the two great men of Polperro - Zephaniah Job and Jonathan Couch.
Publisher: Polperro Heritage Press ISBN: 9780953001217 Number of pages: 40 Dimensions: 175 x 240 x 5 mm Edition: 2nd Revised edition
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