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Perspectives in Scottish Social History: Essays in Honour of Rosalind Mitchison Paperback – 30 Apr 2002
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Contents: The Kirk by Law Established and the Origins of The Taming of Scotland, St Andrews 1559-1600; Food and Hierarchy in Scotland 1550-1650; Debtors, Imprisonment and the Priviledge of Girth; The Scottish Farming Township as Metaphor; The Geographical Mobility of Women in Early Modern Scotland; A New Role for a Lost Cause - Lowland Romanticism of the Jacobite Highlander; The Process of Agricultural Change in the North-East 1790-1870; Highland Landowners and the Highland Potato Famine; Landlords and Tenants in South-West Scotland in the Late Nineteenth Century.
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