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The Cornkister Days

Author : David Kerr Cameron
ISBN : 9780857909091
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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With a knowledge and a skill that reveals his passion for the land and its people, David Kerr Cameron picks his way through the rural upheavals and developments of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries towards the landscape we recognise today. In doing so he provides a wide-sweeping and unforgettable view of our rural history and completes his great rural trilogy portraying the old farming landscapes of Scotland’s North-east Lowlands. Both nostalgia and great understanding are revealed as the author recalls a society based on the plough, a society that moved ‘against the tapestry of the year: ‘This was the backcloth against which the farmtoun folk lived out their days; its seasons and rituals governed their lives, and ultimately their destinies. Here now is that story, the story of a landscape all but lost before the onward march of agri-business and agri-technology.’ The days recalled are the days of the Clydesdale horse and the hired man, the cottar and crofter, the farmtoun tenant and his laird.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

When The Lord Walked The Land

Author : Kenneth S. Jeffrey
ISBN : 9781597527460
Genre : Religion
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Previous studies of revival have tended to approach these remarkable moments in history from either a strictly local or a sweeping national perspective. In so doing they have dealt with either the detailed circumstances of a particular situation or the broader course of events. These approaches, however, have given the incorrect impression that religious awakenings are uniform movements. As a result, revivals have been misunderstood as homogeneous campaigns. This is the first study of the 1859 revival from a regional level in a comprehensive manner. It examines this movement, arguably the most significant and far-reaching awakening in modern times, as it appeared in the city of Aberdeen, the rural hinterland of northeast Scotland, and among the fishing villages and towns that stretch along the Moray Firth. It reveals how, far from being unvarying, the 1859 revival was richly diverse. It uncovers the important influence that local contexts brought to bear upon the timing and manifestation of this awakening. Above all, it has established the heterogeneous nature of simultaneous revival movements that appeared in the same vicinity.
Category: Religion

Livestock Deadstock

Author : Rhoda M. Wilkie
ISBN : 9781592136506
Genre : Nature
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How humans think and feel about their work handling food animals.
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Scottish Literary Journal

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ISBN : UCSC:32106015526434
Genre : Scottish literature
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The Reach Of Print

Author : Barry McKay
ISBN : 1884718604
Genre : Business & Economics
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This second volume in the new series Print Networks shows that the annual Seminar on the British Book Trade is steadily developing the depth and breadth of its interests in the contemporary social, economic, educational and cultural climates in which booksellers and printers and their fellows operated.
Category: Business & Economics

Folk Music Journal

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ISBN : UOM:39015022314416
Genre : Folk dancing
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Category: Folk dancing

British Book News

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ISBN : UVA:X000859830
Genre : Best books
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Minorities And Memories

Author : Andrew Strathern
ISBN : 0890899525
Genre : Social Science
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Strathern and Stewart are a husband and wife team who have written a number of books on anthropological subjects. This book explores the historical expression of identity in Scotland, based on fieldwork in the Lowlands of Scotland carried out during 1996-2000. Particular chapters consider Wales and
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105006707314
Genre : Great Britain
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Vols. for 1969-1970 consist of the proceedings of the Conference on British Studies, Pacific Northwest Section; summer 1971-winter 1972 consists of the proceedings of the Conference on British Studies at its Regional and National Meetings; spring 1979-winter 1980 includes proceedings of the Conference on British Studies at its Regional and National Meetings; spring 1983- includes proceedings of the North Americna Conference on British Studies.
Category: Great Britain