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  • Cover scan of The Modern Scottish Diaspora

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    The Modern Scottish Diaspora: Contemporary Debates And Perspectives
    - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This work explores a range of different perspectives on the Scottish diaspora, reflecting a growing interest in the subject from academics, politicians and policy makers and coinciding with Scotland's second year of homecoming in 2014.
  • Cover scan of The Modern Scottish Diaspora

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    The Modern Scottish Diaspora: Contemporary Debates And Perspectives
    - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This work explores a range of different perspectives on the Scottish diaspora, reflecting a growing interest in the subject from academics, politicians and policy makers and coinciding with Scotland's second year of homecoming in 2014.
  • Cover scan of The Material Culture Of The Jacobites
    The Material Culture Of The Jacobites
    Neil Guthrie - Hardback - Cambridge University Press
    This is an original and thought-provoking study of the material objects produced, acquired, and treasured by those who worked for the restoration of the Stuart monarchy, or at least felt strong nostalgia for its passing, in the late 17th and 18th centuries.
  • Cover scan of The Medieval Kirk, Cemetery And Hospice At Kirk Ness, North Berwick
    The Medieval Kirk, Cemetery And Hospice At Kirk Ness, North Berwick: The Scottish Seabird Centre Excavations 1999-2006
    Thomas Addyman - HR - Oxbow Books
    Kirk Ness has long been considered likely to be an early Christian centre, whose dedication to St Andrew may perhaps be linked with the 8th century translation of the relics of St Andrew's to Fife. Such early dating was confirmed by a new sequence of radiocarbon dates from excavations carried out in 1999-2006. This title explores the excavations and what was found at the Scottish Seabird Centre from 1999 until 2006.
  • Cover scan of Mary, Queen Of Scots
    Mary, Queen Of Scots: Truth Or Lies
    Rosalind K. Marshall - Paperback - Saint Andrew
    Mary, Queen of Scots is one of the most famous Scots in history. And yet the debate rages on as fiercely as ever about what this enigmatic queen was really like. Here, Rosalind Marshall takes us through the key myths that surround this fascinating story.
  • Cover scan of The Makers Of Scotland
    The Makers Of Scotland: Picts, Romans, Gaels And Vikings
    T. J. Clarkson - Paperback - Birlinn
    In this book the remarkable story of how ancient North Britain became the medieval kingdom of Scotland is told.
  • Cover scan of Maxwell, Sutton And The Birth Of Color Photography
    Maxwell, Sutton, And The Birth Of Color Photography: A Binocular Study
    Jordi Cat - Hardback - Palgrave Macmillan
    This focused and incisive study reassesses the historic collaboration between James Clerk Maxwell and Thomas Sutton. It reveals that Maxwell and Sutton were closer to true partners than has commonly been assumed, and shows how their experiments illuminate the role of technology, representation, and participation in Maxwell's natural philosophy.
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    Mary, Queen Of Scots
    Rosalind K. Marshall - Paperback - NMS
    This title takes a fresh look at Mary, Queen of Scots, using over 120 objects associated with her - jewels, textiles, furniture, documents and portraits - to tell her dramatic story and to explore this fascinating period of Scottish history.
  • Cover scan of Mary, Queen Of Scots
    Mary, Queen Of Scots
    Rosalind K. Marshall - Hardback - NMS
    This title takes a fresh look at Mary, Queen of Scots, using over 120 objects associated with her - jewels, textiles, furniture, documents and portraits - to tell her dramatic story and to explore this fascinating period of Scottish history.
  • Cover scan of Miscellany Of The Scottish History Society
    Miscellany Of The Scottish History Society
    - Hardback - Scottish History Society
    Miscellanys published by the Scottish History Society bring together critical editions of important and previously unpublished manuscripts of relevance to Scottish history. As well as providing transcriptions, the editors introduce and explain the context of documents which have been neglected or even unknown to historians, providing a valuable resource for researchers, students, and all those interested in exploring Scottish history through the original sources. Volume XIV of the miscellany focuses on the early modern period, presenting editions of six manuscripts from the late 16th to the mid 18th centuries.

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