The History of Staffordshire is part of the national ongoing series known as the Victoria County History intended to provide a comprehensive and authoritative history of each county.
Volumes less than three years old are distributed by Boydell & Brewer Ltd.
More information on the Staffordshire volumes including latest news and an index of articles can be found on the Victoria County History pages.
The British History Online site has placed online the full text of the Victoria County History of Staffordshire volumes 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 14 & 17.
Details of volumes so far published for Staffordshire are as follows:
Natural History, Archaeology, Prehistory, & Political, Social, & Economic History.
Published 1908, Reprinted 1968.
Out of Print
Industries, Communications, Forests, Sport. Index to Volumes I & II.
ISBN 0 19 722715 5
Ecclesiastical History. Indexed.
ISBN 0 19 722732 5
The Staffordshire Section of Domesday Book, West Cuttlestone Hundred.
(Villages SW of Stafford to the Shropshire Border). Indexed.
Published 1958, Reprinted 1986.
ISBN 0 7129 1038 7
East Cuttlestone Hundred (Towns & Villages in the Cannock Chase Area). Indexed.
Published 1959, Reprinted 1986.
ISBN 0 7129 1039 5
Agriculture, Schools, Keele University, the Borough of Stafford. Indexed.
ISBN 0 19 722733 3
Leek and the Moorlands. Indexed.
ISBN 0 19 722786 4
The Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme and the City of Stoke-on-Trent. Indexed.
Out of Print
The Borough of Burton-upon-Trent.
Hanbury, Rolleston, Tatenhill, Tutbury & Yoxall.
The City of Lichfield and its Neighbouring Villages. Indexed.
ISBN 0 19 722778 3
The Boroughs of West Bromwich, Smethwick, and Walsall. Indexed.
ISBN 0 19 722743 0
Seisdon Hundred (part)
(the SW corner of the county, including Tettenhall, Kinver & Amblecote). Indexed.
ISBN 0 19 722765 1