5 edition of Aberdeen, 1800-2000 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 494-509) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by W. Hamish Fraser and Clive H. Lee ; introduction by James Naughtie ; foreword by Margaret E. Smith.|
|Contributions||Fraser, W. Hamish., Lee, C. H. 1942-|
|LC Classifications||DA890.A2 A63 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 524 p. :|
|Number of Pages||524|
|ISBN 10||1862321752, 1862321086|
|LC Control Number||00455449|
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Pre Aberdeen was first settled by hunter-gatherers around BC, who established themselves around the mouths of the river Dee and river Don.
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| Nov 1, Paperback. Title and Author/Editor: Aberdeen: Before (ed. Patricia Dennison, David Ditchburn, and Michael Lynch; ), Aberdeen: – (ed. Hamish Fraser and Clive H.
Lee; ), Capital of the Mind: How Edinburgh Changed the World (James Buchan, ), The Cardiff Story (Dennis Morgan, ), Dundee: A Voyage of Discovery (ed. Graham Ogilvy, ), and more. The Tourist's Gaze: Travellers to Ireland, will make a valuable contribution to this growing field. It includes extracts from well-known writers such and Thackeray, Boll and Chesterton, but also presents less familiar, but equally fascinating figures from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; figures such as the impoverished Prince.
Morgan was a great bibliophile, collecting more than books, including a vast series of rare John Ruskin material. It was said of him that he not only possessed books, 'he also read them' (see Aberdeen, A New History (), p. ). He also collected bookplates, and asked artists to design one for : Paul Van Capelleveen.of Aberdeen and Dundee and two more accounts of Glasgow.* Aberdeen, A New History.
East Linton: Tuckwell Press, xix + pp. illustrations. 20 figures. 9 maps. 6 tables. £ pbk. book that will be used as much as it is read from cover to cover.References: Memories of Ministry (A. Webster, Glasgow ), In memoriam Rev. Alexander Webster, pioneer and reformer, Aberdeen Appreciations (Mrs Webster, Maclaren, Glasgow, ), James Leatham (Bob Duncan, Aberdeen People’s Press, ) and Aberdeen – A New History (W Hamish Fraser & Clive Lee (eds.), Tuckwell Press.