Scanned copies of the earlier volumes, almost in their entirety, are freely available from the Internet Archive
website – http://www.archive.org
. After clicking on the chosen volume below,
it may be viewed by clicking ‘Read online’, or downloaded by clicking ‘All files HTTP’ and
then right-clicking the pdf or djvu file. You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader
or DjVu Browser Plug-in
installed on your computer to view the files.
Two volumes of the Devonshire Domesday and Geld Inquest are also listed.
Please note that the DA is not responsible for scanning the volumes, some of which may
be incomplete or wrongly dated (*).
The Hudson Transparencies, shown in 59 images, complement a recent article in Transactions 143
(2011) pp. 61-90.
The Devonshire Association is a hub of historical, scientific, artistic and literary enquiry. Supreme among its
achievements are the annual volumes of its Transactions, which contain well over 2,000 papers and countless reports
from the Sections. The entire series covers an immense range of scholarly research relating to Devon and represents
the greatest single repository of information about the county. It is recognized as a valuable resource throughout
Anyone may submit a paper for publication, irrespective of whether they are DA members or not. The only conditions
are that the contribution deals with an appropriate Devon topic and that the manuscript is submitted according to
the required format
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All papers are peer-reviewed.