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Highland economy, 1750-1850.
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Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. 1 M. Gray, The Highland economy, (X P- 9i-2 J. Hunter, The making of the Crofting Community (), p. 3 E. Richards, A history of the Highland Clearances (2 vols, ). For a brief examination of the background to sheep farming in Sutherland, see Richards, Highland Clearances, II, pp. ~
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Buy The Highland Economy, by Malcolm Gray (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Highland Economy, : Malcolm Gray: BooksAuthor: Malcolm Gray. Devine's essay is a rare departure in the historiography in that it emphasises, albeit for the period from c tothe interlocking of key sectors within the Highland economy economy (and market penetration both of raw materials and finished products) – notably kelp, linen, wool, slate, and whisky – with the Scottish and British economy.
Abstract. The Highland Clearances were the process by which between c. and c. the inhabitants of entire districts in the Scottish Highlands and Islands were displaced and evicted from their lands.
It is one of the classic themes of Scottish history but also of much more general historiographical significance. The Highland Economy, – (Edinburgh, ) Humphreys, Rob, and Donald Reid.
The Rough Guide to Scottish Highlands and Islands (3rd ed. ) Keay, J. and J. Keay. Collins Encyclopaedia of Scotland () Kermack, William Ramsay. The Scottish Highlands: a short history, c. – () Lister, John Anthony. The Scottish Highlands ().
The economic history of Scotland charts economic development in the history of Scotland from earliest times, through seven centuries as an independent state and following Union with England, three centuries as a country of the United Scotland was a poor rural area, with few natural resources or advantages, remotely located on the periphery of the European.
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That was indeed the Establishment view. There was actually a book written in the s by a respected Scottish historian under the title The Highland Economy which did not mention the. The exception to the rule was The Highland Economy by Malcolm Gray, Devine’s dedicatee.
It was another quarter of a century, however, before a comprehensive study materialized: Eric Richard’s A History of the Highland Clearances.
But whatever impact these made in academia, they did little to alter the view of the Clearances as. The first book-length edition was published in Paris in The first English edition, a retranslation of this French edition, was published in London in A masterpiece of wit and style, Franklin’s autobiography has been reprinted innumerable times and still is considered one of the most influential memoirs in American g: Highland economy.
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Dodgshon, Book | See: Chapter 9. The Highland economy, - Malcolm Gray, Book. Gray The, Highland Economy, (Edinburgh ); Prebble J., The Highland Clearances (London, ), e seqt.
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Margaret I. Adam. The Causes of the Highland Emigrations of The Scottish Historical Rev 73–89 (). Gray, Highland economy, Google Scholar. Quoted in F.J. Shaw, The northern and western islands of Scotland: their economy and society in the County Fermanagh: life on a west Ulster estate, – (Dublin, ), In NAS GD/11/10/8a/25 () the petitioner had read about Breadalbane in the papers.
Buy this book on. The Highland Economy, By MALCOLM GRAY. (Edinburgh and London: Oliver & Boyd, Pp. viii + 25s.) To students of British economic development the story of the Scottish Highlands has an interest which is disproportionate to their weight in the national economy.
For this is the region which the Industrial Revolution passed by. "Highland Line" redirects here. For the railway lines, see Highland Main Line and West Highland Line.
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