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It is 17 miles from Manchester and in had a population of 15, Todmorden is at the confluence of three steep-sided Pennine valleys and is surrounded by moorlands with outcrops of sandblasted gritstone. The historic boundary between Yorkshire and Lancashire is the River Calder and its tributary, the Walsden Water, which run through the town, the administrative border was altered by the Local Government Act placing the whole of the town within the West Riding.

The town is served by Todmorden and Walsden railway stations, the name Todmorden first appears in The town had earlier been called Tottemerden, Totmardene, Totmereden or Totmerden, the generally accepted meaning of the name is Tottas boundary-valley, probably a reference to the valley running north-west from the town.


Various Bronze Age items were discovered, including urns, a human skull, teeth. The various finds from the dig are now housed in the Elfentanz jenkinson Library, the earliest written elfentanz jenkinson of the area is in the Domesday Book.

Settlement in medieval Todmorden was dispersed, most people living in scattered farms or in isolated hilltop agricultural settlements. Packhorse trails were marked by ancient stones of many still survive.


Elfentanz jenkinson hundreds of streams from the surrounding hills provided water for corn. Todmorden grew to prosperity by combining farming with the production of woollen textiles.

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Some yeomen clothiers were able to build houses, elfentanz jenkinson few of which still exist today. Increasingly, though, the area turned to cotton, the proximity of Manchester, as a source of material and trade, was undoubtedly a strong factor.

Another was that the strong Pennine streams and rivers were able to power the machine looms, improvements in textile machinery, along with the development of turnpike roads, helped to develop the new cotton industry and to increase the local population.

In most people lived in the uplands, Todmorden itself could be considered as a mere village. Life[ edit ] Jenkinson was born in Todmorden. According to the English author and artist William HoltJenkinson was given a grant by a local patron to study music in LeipzigGermanyin his youth. Your Digital Download will have a watermark at the bottom of each page that will include your name, purchase date elfentanz jenkinson number of copies purchased.