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Glasgow Almanac, The
An A-Z of the City and its People
By Stephen Terry
he contents of this book first appeared in the Glasgow Evening Times over the course of the last decade as 250-word vignettes on people, places and happenings. They are therefore concise and to the point and allow easy access to the history of Glasgow. ...
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Glasgow Graveyard Guide, The
By Jimmy Black and Michael TRB Turnbull
n Glasgow, death is always fatal. Students of glasgowness agree that there’s a distinctive Glasgow ‘take’ on mortality. The visitor making the journey through the graveyards of Glasgow will surely become aware of a special Glaswegian condition — apart, t ...
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Great Glen, The
From Columba to Telford
By Catriona Fforde
his book provides a picture of the Great Glen, stretching from Fort William to Inverness, from AD550 to 1850. It begins with a description of the glen as it is today and an account of its geological development. This is followed by eleven chapters descri ...
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Heart Of Glasgow, The
By Jack House
eart of Glasgow is still regarded as THE quintessential book on Glasgow. It stays strictly within the bounds of what has always been referred to as 'the City', that is the area resembling a cross and consisting of the High Street from as far north as the ...
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Hogmanay Companion, The
Everything You Wanted to Know About New Year's Eve
By Hugh Douglas
ow many times have you wondered about the origins of New Year's Eve, or Hogmanay as the Scots term it? This book reveals all as Hugh Douglas takes the reader from the remotest beginnings of this festival through the more recent developments in the 18th ...
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