Yorkshire CD books

Computer Searchable CD roms and downloadable pdf files
for the East Riding of Yorkshire
and the Ainsty and City of York.

All our CD roms and downloads are presented as scanned images in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format,
the CD roms being supplied in a virtually unbreakable flexible black plastic case (see photograph).

Prices quoted for CDroms are post paid to your door (by Airmail if abroad) to anywhere in the world.

Note that downloads are set up manually and therefore will not be instant.

Payment can be made either by a PayPal account, with a Credit Card via PayPal in your own currency, or by Sterling Cheque drawn on a UK bank.

Please see the ordering and payment information page
for details on methods of payment.


A simple list of the books available for the above area follows.
For details on the book/CD rom, please take the relevant "Details" link.
 

The East Riding of Yorkshire

"The History and Antiquities of the Seignory of Holderness" George Poulson Book
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"History and Directory of East Yorkshire" and Topographical Dictionary of Yorkshire Bulmer and Thomas Langdale Book
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"History of Hull" James Jospeh Sheahan Book
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"The History of Beverley" (Scaum's Beverlac) George Scaum, compiled by George Poulson Book
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Sutton in Holderness (Sutton on Hull) Thomas Blashill F.R.I.B.A. Book
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"The History and Antiquities of Hemingbrough" Thomas Burton Book
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The History of South Cave and surrounding area J.G. Hall Book
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The History of Kirby Underdale 3 volumes on one Cdrom The Rev. W.R. Shepherd, M.A. Book
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The early History of Hedon J.R. Boyle F.S.A. Book
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A Picture of Hull John Greenwood Book
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A History of Withernsea and other parishes in South Holderness George T.J. Miles & William Richardson Book
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Hornsea, or "An account of Hornsea in Holderness" E.W. Bedell Book
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The Ainsty and the City of York

"York City Business Directory and Year Book for 1936" Gazette and Herald Newspaper Book
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Included on all our Yorkshire CDroms are 5 maps:

Quality.
We take pride in our work, and try to put the best possible scanned images on the CDroms that we produce so that they are easily readable on a computer monitor without having to strain to read. The scanned images of text pages in our pdf files are black and white (not greyscale) and when printed will give you a good facsimile of the page as it was when originally printed. The images have around 95% of the spurious dots removed (and 99.9% of the smaller ones), and are centred on the pages which are, where possible, a consistent size - we write our own software for doing this. The images are as square to to page as we can get them. Needless to say, the processing required to give you this quality image, along with making the image on the CDrom searchable, all takes time and money, and we believe our CDs are second to none in quality and value for money.

All of the books above are machine searchable i.e. you can search for a word (name) or a phrase. Being machine searchable also allows the Acrobat "Read out loud" facility to work for those who are visually impaired.

All of the books are scanned with the pages as flat as possible to the image sensor in order to keep scanning distortions to a minimum - we do not use an overhead scanner which gives horizontally compressed characters towards the centre of the book due to the curve on the pages and does not remove the print skewing relative to the page edges that occurs in many of the older books.

Presentation

The images on the CDroms and in the downloads are in Acrobat pdf format. For the CDroms these are presented as individual books accessible from a common starting point which should appear automatically when the CDrom is inserted in the computer. The downloadable pdf files are single pdf files for the CDrom equivalent.


If you would prefer the real book(s), please contact The Idle Booksellers through their website.

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