Author:Charles Oldham

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Charles Oldham
(1868–1942)
English naturalist

Works[edit]

  • Oldham, Charles; with Thomas Coward (1900). The Birds of Cheshire. Manchester: Sherratt & Hughes. 
  • ——; with Thomas Coward (1910). The Mammals and Birds of Cheshire. London: Witherby & Co. 
  • 1920: contributions to: Witherby, H.F. (ed.) - A Practical Handbook of British Birds, vol. I. London: Witherby & Co. (external scan)
  • 1924: contributions to: Witherby, H.F. (ed.) - A Practical Handbook of British Birds, vol. II. London: H.F. & G. Witherby. (external scan)

Contributions to scientific journals[edit]

Charles Oldham made contributions to different journals, like for instance:

  • The Zoologist:
    • 4th series, vol. 1, 1897:
      • Oldham, Chas. (1897). "Daubenton's Bat on the Derbyshire and Staffordshire Border". The Zoologist. 4th series, vol 1 (issue 673, July—section 'Notes and Queries'): p. 326. 
      • —— (1897). "Bank Vole in Denbighshire". The Zoologist. 4th series, vol 1 (issue 673, July—section 'Notes and Queries'): p. 328. 
      • —— (1897). "Scaup inland in Lancashire". The Zoologist. 4th series, vol 1 (issue 673, July—section 'Notes and Queries'): 329. 
      • —— (1897). "Night Heron in Derbyshire". The Zoologist. 4th series, vol 1 (issue 673, July—section 'Notes and Queries'): 329. 
      • —— (1897). "Black Tern in Anglesea". The Zoologist. 4th series, vol 1 (issue 673, July—section 'Notes and Queries'): 329–330. 
      • —— (1897). "Black-throated Diver in Derbyshire". The Zoologist. 4th series, vol 1 (issue 675, September—section 'Notes and Queries'): 426. 
      • —— (1897). "Lesser Shrew in Devon". The Zoologist. 4th series, vol 1 (issue 676, October—section 'Notes and Queries'): 467. 

Works about Oldham[edit]


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1942, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.