Modern Scottish History 1707 to the Present: Readings 1850-present v. 4
Edited by Anthony Cooke , Ian Donnachie , Ann MacSween , et al.
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About the BookA strong editorial team and the majority of Scotland's most distinguished historians have lent their talents to this major project: a landmark in Scottish historical studies, and one which looks to reach a wider readership for serious Scottish history than has hitherto been the case. These volumes will be crucial in developing an awareness of Scottish history both in Scotland and further afield, and each volume can be read and enjoyed in its own right, or as part of a set.
This book is the first modern account devoted to the major Scottish noble family the Gordons of Huntly. It examines the family’s changing relations with the Crown, the Scottish government, their noble contemporaries and the Highland clans...
In this informative and beautifully illustrated book, Carol Foreman traces Glasgow’s history through buildings which have been demolished, but which once played a central part in the life of the city. Beginning with the medieval age, she goes on...
The initial chapters are an odyssey through the early town, from the Green to the Gallowgate, charting the disappearance of the irreplaceable medieval townscape. Moving on to more modern times she traces the evolution and gradual erosion of the...
This major project of the European Ethnological research Centre is planned in thirteen volumes, plus this bibliography. Their overall aim is to examine the interlocking strands of history, language and traditional culture, in their international...