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British & Irish History

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  • Hardback | Pub: 18 Jun 2012
    £60.00

    The law comes from, and runs through, society at all levels. It regulates human interactions and touches individuals at key moments in their lives. This volume provides an easily comprehensible account of the law in Scotland, beginning with its...

  • Hardback | Pub: 04 Dec 2008
    £40.00

    The movement of people from a rural to an urban environment is one of the most striking features of Scotland’s past. This movement was the result of a shift in the general pattern of work from agricultural to industrial in the eighteenth and...

  • Hardback | Pub: 08 Jun 2009
    £50.00

    The movement of people, goods, services, ideas and information has dictated the nature of everyday life in Scotland since the earliest times, and has helped to determine the boundaries and character of the nation itself. This multi-author volume...

  • Paperback | Pub: 29 May 2008
    £9.99

    Alistair Moffat’s journey, from the Scottish islands and Scotland, to the English coast, Wales, Cornwall and Ireland, ignores national boundaries to reveal the rich fabric of culture and history of Celtic Britain which still survives...

  • Hardback | Pub: 20 Jun 2019
    £70.00

    The archipelagic kingdoms of Man and the Isles that flourished from the last quarter of the eleventh century down to the middle of the thirteenth century represent two forgotten kingdoms of the medieval British Isles. They were ruled by powerful...

  • Paperback | Pub: 11 Aug 2016
    £14.99

    They would be better dead, they said, than set adrift upon the world. But set adrift they were – thousands of them, their communities destroyed, their homes demolished and burned. Such were the Sutherland Clearances, an extraordinary episode,...

  • Paperback | Pub: 13 Feb 2008
    £16.99

    Through most of eight hundred years, Somerled of Argyll has been variously denounced as an intractable rebel against his rightful king and esteemed as the honoured ancestor of the later medieval Lord of the Isles, but he can be recognised now as a...

  • Paperback | Pub: 20 Oct 2014
    £14.99

    This book traces the history of relations between the kingdom of Strathclyde and Anglo-Saxon England in the Viking period of the ninth to eleventh centuries AD. It puts the spotlight on the North Britons or ‘Cumbrians’, an ancient people...

  • Paperback | Pub: 27 Apr 2016
    £14.99

    The Summer Walkers is the name the crofters of Scotland’s North-west Highlands gave the Travelling People – the inerrant tinsmiths, horse-dealers, hawkers and pearl-fishers who made their living ‘on the road’. These people...

  • Hardback | Pub: 15 Oct 2015
    £25.00

    Basil William Douglas, Lord Daer, was a remarkable man who left an indelible impression on those who knew him, including the poet Robert Burns and French intellectual and revolutionary the Marquis de Condorcet. Daer was a restless, energetic spirit...

  • Hardback | Pub: 12 Jan 2017
    £25.00

    Tir a’Mhurain is a collection of photographs that reflects the impressions gathered by Paul Strand and his wife Hazel during their 3-month visit to the Hebrides in 1945. Juxtaposing people and landscape, Strand’s beautifully sequenced...

  • Paperback | Pub: 13 Aug 2012
    £25.00

    This book first traces the rise of the Gordons from minor magnates in Berwickshire to major players in the north and nationally. They reached their zenith in the person of George Gordon, 4th Earl of Huntly, during the sixteenth century. The rest of...

  • Paperback | Pub: 12 Jan 2009
    £16.99

    War truly begins when the invading army, conquest complete, goes home. It is the relationship between the native population and those remaining behind as part of the new administration which holds the key to our understanding of not only the...

  • Paperback | Pub: 20 Jun 2019
    £25.00

    During the Second World War thousands of women served with the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS), the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF), Women’s Royal Naval Service (WRNS) or the Timber Corps. In this book 19 Scotswomen who served in the war...

  • Paperback | Pub: 06 Feb 2017
    £16.99

    This collection, based on interviews with 14 librarians and other library staff working in Scotland in the twentieth century, tells the stories of their working lives, explaining how libraries developed from the difficulties of the inter-war period...

  • Paperback | Pub: 12 Feb 2010
    £20.00

    Through his personality, ingenuity and ability, he initiated a resistance movement which ultimately secured the nation’s freedom and independence. Yet, Wallace was reviled, opposed and eventually betrayed by the nobility in his own day to...

  • Paperback | Pub: 08 Aug 2019
    £25.00

    Words have always held great power in the Gaelic traditions of the Scottish Highlands: bardic poems bought immortality for their subjects; satires threatened to ruin reputations and cause physical injury; clan sagas recounted family origins and...

  • Paperback | Pub: 31 Jul 2006
    £14.99

    The Bruces of fourteenth-century Scotland were formidable and enthusiastic warriors. Whilst much has been written about events as they happened in Scotland during the chaotic years of the first part of the fourteenth century, England’s war with...

  • Paperback | Pub: 07 May 2010
    £9.99

    On 31 December 1918, hours from the first New Year of peace, hundreds of Royal Naval Reservists from the Isle of Lewis poured off successive trains onto the quayside at Kyle of Lochalsh. A chaotic Admiralty had made no adequate arrangements for...

  • Paperback | Pub: 12 Sep 2013
    £9.99

    Who Pays the Ferryman is an informative and critical analysis of Scotland’s ferry services. It describes the ‘glory days’ of how, from modest beginnings, Scotland once led the world in maritime development. It contrasts the...