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  • Life in 1900s UK - includes photos and descriptions of places/items, etc. in 1900s UK
Topic Time frame Resource Locations Covered
Emigration 1850-1860 Andrew C. Holman and Robert B. Kristofferson (eds), More of a Man: Diaries of a Scottish Craftsman in Mid-Nineteenth-Century North America. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013. Pp. 492. Paper ISBN 978-1-4426-1164-1 Ayr
Local history Whatley, Christopher A., et al. The Life and Times of Dundee. Edinburgh, Scotland: John Donald. c1993 Angus, Dundee
Local history McCraw, Ian. The fairs of Dundee. Dundee: Abertay Historical Society. 1994. Angus, Dundee
Farm life 1840-1914 Carter, Ian. Farm life in northeast Scotland, 1840-1914: the poor man's country. Edinburgh: Donald. 1979. Grampian
Farm life 1770-1840 Adams, David G. Bothy nichts and days: farm bothy life in Angus and the Mearns. Edinburgh: J. Donald Publishers. 1992. Angus
Crofters 1810-1883 Cameron, A. D. Go listen to the crofters. Stornoway: Acair. 2008. Scotland
Education 19th & 20th centuries Scotland Street School Museum in Glasgow Scotland
Mining 1840's Great Britain (British Parliamentary Papers). Children's Employment Commission: first report of the Commissioners, mines. Irish University Press. 1968. England, Scotland, Wales
Johnston, Thomas. The history of the working classes in Scotland. Wakefield: E.P. Pub. [and] Rowman & Littlefield.1976. Scotland
FYFE, JAMES GABRIEL. Scottish diaries and memoirs, 1550 1746 (classic reprint). [Place of publication not identified]: FORGOTTEN Books. 2016. Scotland
Fyfe, J. G., and J. D. Mackie. Scottish diaries and memoirs, 1746-1843. Stirling: Mackay. 1942. Scotland
War prisoners 1811-1814 Doisy de Villargennes, Adelbert J. Reminiscences of army life under Napoleon Bonaparte. Cincinnati: R. Clarke. 1884. Selkirk