Celtic & Scottish Studies

Volume 13

Availability and contents

Review of Scottish Culture Volume 13 cover

Availability

This volume is in print, and can be ordered by contacting Kenneth Veitch by email.

Price: £10 (includes p&p for UK orders)

Contents

Articles

  • Elizabeth Gemmill, 'Signs and symbols in medieval Scottish trade'
  • Helen C Rawson, John Burnett and Anita Quye, 'The import of textile dyes to Scotland: the case of William Wilson and Son, tartan weavers of Bannockburn, 1780-1820'
  • Joyce Kay, 'From coarse to course: the first fifty years of the Royal Caledonian Hunt, 1777-1826'
  • Marina Dossena, 'The voice of witnesses in nineteenth-century accounts of the Highland clearances'
  • Eileen Crofton, 'Journey on foot through part of the north and west of Scotland by William Laing, Edinburgh, 1810'
  • Elaine Thomson, 'Sick and tired of being sick and tired: working class women at the Edinburgh Hospital for women and children, c1885-c1899'
  • Heather Holmes, '"Towards a sober, honest and Christian life": reading and reading provision for navvies in Scotland in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries'
  • Steffen Stummann Hansen, 'A wealth of archaic building customs. The Dane Gudmund Hatt’s journey to the Hebrides in 1936'
  • Inja Smerdel, 'Scottish traces in Slovenia: historical fragments and historical stereotypes'

Shorter Notes

  • Kenneth J Fielding, 'Robert Scott Tait: his portraits and photographs of the Carlyles in their "Chelsea interior"'
  • Ralph Mayo, 'Robert Fowler, RI, Cellardyke, artist'
  • Alexander Fenton, 'Two nineteenth century farm documents from the Linlithgow area'
  • Alexander Fenton, 'Professor Axel Steensberg, 1 June 1906-4 March 1999'