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References and further reading for the above article, published in March/April 2019 History Scotland. ...

01/11/2018

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Today marks 100 days to go until the opening of three new permanent galleries at the National Museum of Scotland: ...

31/10/2018

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A group of Scots stonemasons who were instrumental in the construction of the White House in Washington have been ...

29/10/2018

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History Scotland readers and followers have been invited to nominate a ruined building to get the virtual heritage ...

18/10/2018

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Professor John M.Mackenzie pays tribute to the late Professor Eric Richards, who passed away on 21 September 2018. ...

16/10/2018

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Student Hailey Austin has discovered a number of rare comics, some dating back to the 1800s, amongst thousands of ...

15/10/2018

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African American author and freedom fighter Frederick Douglass is to become the first black person to be ...

12/10/2018

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A number of new exhibits have been loaned to Edinburgh Napier’s War Poets Collection for the period covering the ...

05/10/2018

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Musselburgh is to get its own tapestry created by renowned artist Andrew Crummy, the artist behind the Great ...

03/10/2018

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People in Scotland will be encouraged to fill out their 2021 census questionnaire primarily online, National ...

27/09/2018

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The Man Who Charmed The World is the story of Scots entrepreneur Sir Thomas Lipton who, from humble beginnings, ...

24/09/2018

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The University of Glasgow has published a comprehensive report into the institution’s historical links with racial ...

17/09/2018

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