Wild Scots: Four Hundred Years of Highland History by Michael Fry
From the heroic blood feuds of clan chiefs to the dour asceticism of Presbyterian ministers, Michael Fry's encyclopaedic social history of the Scottish Highlands from 1603 to the present focuses squarely on the people. He traces the ironies of their fate as emigration, forced clearances and the breakdown of feudal relations undermined traditional customs.
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- Publisher John Murray, London; 2005
- Dark Blue Cloth Hardback, 378pp
- Illustrated in b/w
- Size 240 x 155m, 1kg
- ISBN 0 7195 6103 5
Condition: Very Good Unclipped Dust Jacket, Owners Bookplate, Small Inscription, Very Good Copy
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