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Perthshire In Bygone Days

Author : Peter Robert Drummond
ISBN : COLUMBIA:1000930008
Genre : Ballads, Scots
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The Harp Of Perthshire

Author : Robert Ford
ISBN : NYPL:33433074933189
Genre : Ballads, Scots
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Perthshire Murders

Author : Geoff Holder
ISBN : 9781445630267
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Prehistory Of Scotland

Author : V. Gordon Childe
ISBN : 9781317606475
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 53.55 MB
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This volume, originally published in 1935, sought to reveal the significance of Scottish prehistory for the development of understanding of European prehistory. Written at a time of rapid accumulation of new relics and monuments and the insights from them, Professor Childe presented some important new data and made tentative conclusions for the future results from these finds. After an introduction to the geography of Scotland the book looks at evidence from cairns, tombs and stone circles and then addresses chronologically the evidence from Early Bronze Age to Late and onto the Iron Age, with a chapter devoted to forts, towns and castles. It ends with a discussion of what happened in the Dark Ages and addresses questions about the Celts and the Picts and the diversity of the peoples in Scotland.
Category: Social Science

History Of The Native Woodlands Of Scotland 1500 1920

Author : Prof. T.C. Smout
ISBN : 9780748637560
Genre : Nature
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The first modern history of Scottish woodlands, this highly illustrated volume explores the changing relationship between trees and people from the time of Scotland's first settlement, focusing on the period 1500 to 1920. Drawing on work in natural science, geography and history, as well as on the authors' own research, it presents an accessible and readable account that balances social, economic and environmental factors. Two opening chapters describe the early history of the woodlands. The book is then divided into chapters that consider traditional uses and management, the impact of outsiders on the pine woods and the oakwoods in the first phase of exploitation, and the effect of industrialization. Separate chapters are devoted to case studies of management at Strathcarron, Glenorchy, Rothiemurchus, and on Skye.
Category: Nature