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A detailed history of Liverpool 

Liverpool's history is rich and extensive.  For more information on aspects of Liverpool's history, please click on the following highlighted links:

 


Commerce and industry in Liverpool 

Liverpool has been home to a variety of commercial and industrial endeavours throughout its history, and is even now welcoming new industries and commercial ventures. 

The early settlers relied mainly on farming, but as the town grew so did the number of industries.

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Education in Liverpool 

Schools were established not long after Liverpool was founded. Some have been very successful, while others have been closed and re-opened, or repeatedly suffered misfortunes. Liverpool's educational history is a colourful aspect of Liverpool's history.

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Recreation in Liverpool  

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The history of our suburbs  

Not all of the original Liverpool community chose to settle in Liverpool itself.  Whether for farming, working for estates or a pioneering spirit, settlers moved to outlying areas around Liverpool and created the suburbs we know today.

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Transport in Liverpool  

Since its founding, people have been finding ways to get to Liverpool - river, rail, land and air.  Our transport systems continue to grow but we started with very humble beginnings.

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