A NEW Yorkshire history archive has been created on the internet following a 14-month project.
The project "Broad Acres, Big House, Yorkshire People" has processed thousands of pages of archive catalogues.
Information includes a wealth of data recording the lives and concerns of Yorkshire people from landed gentry to humble labourers dating from the 1180s to the 1980s.
Catalogues of Huddersfield material include records of the Clarke-Thornhill family, of Fixby, and of the Savile Estate.
Project leader Anne George said: "It's been fantastically rewarding to be involved in this project which has allowed both experienced users and new recruits to access information on millions of Yorkshire archives from the comfort of their home, school or library."
The project was managed by the Yorkshire Archives Council.
Information can be accessed by going to: www.a2a.org.uk