Modern Scottish History, 1707 to the Present: The Transformation of Scotland, 1707-1850 - Vol. 1

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Contents
ILLUSTRATIONSvi
PREFACEix
PREFACE TO SECOND EDITIONxii
CONTRIBUTORSxiii
1The Union of 1701 Christopher AWhatley1
2Jacobitism Bob Harris23
3Politics Michael Fry43
4Religion Galium GBrown63
5Rural Transformation and Lowland Society IanWhyte86
6Demography Neil Tranter108
7Aspects of Industrialisation before 1850 AnthonyCooke andIan Donnachie130
8Urbanisation Irene Mover155
9Highland Society in the Era of ‘Improvement’ AllanI Macinnes177
10Social Class W HamishFraser203
11Environment T CSmout230
12Culture Gerard Carruthers253
13Education Donald JWithrington275
INDEX299

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vi
  • Picture Acknowledgements vii
  • Preface ix
  • Preface to the Second Edition xii
  • List of Contributors xiii
  • Chapter One - The Union of 1707 1
  • Chapter Two - Jacobitism 23
  • Chapter Three - Politics 43
  • Chapter Four - Religion 63
  • Chapter Five - Rural Transformation and Lowland Society 86
  • Chapter Six - Demography 108
  • Chapter Seven - Aspects of Industrialisation before 1850 130
  • Chapter Eight - Urbanisation 155
  • Chapter Nine - Highland Society in the Era of ‘Improvement’ 177
  • Chapter Ten - Social Class 203
  • Chapter Eleven - Environment 230
  • Chapter Twelve - Culture 253
  • Chapter Thirteen - Education 275
  • Index 299
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