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by Ian Donnachie,Christopher A. Whatley
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Publisher: Polygon An Imprint of Birlinn Limited (January 1, 1992)
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The Manufacture of Scottish History. Ian Donnachie, Christopher A. Whatley. Looks critically at Scottish historiography and addresses key issues about the past. Onwards From Osnaburgs: The Rise and Progress of a Scottish Textile Firm, Don and Low of Forfar, 1792-1992. Christopher A.
Ian Donnachie is Emeritus Professor in History, The Open University, Visiting Professor University of Wisconsin, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and author of Robert Owen. Social Visionary (2011) and Historic New Lanark (2015). Beyond other studies on Owenism, social reform and utopianism he has published widely on social and economic history.
Anthony Cooke, Ian Donnachie, Ann MacSween, Christopher A. Whatley (Tuckwell Press, Edinburgh, 1998); and George . Whatley (Tuckwell Press, Edinburgh, 1998); and George Lockhart of Carnwath, memoir, quoted in Agnes Mure Mackenzie, Scottish Pageant, vol. III (Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh, 1949). Defoe, Daniel ( The Aftermath of the Union of Parliaments ), from Daniel Defoe, A Tour through Scotland, in A Tour through the Whole Island of Great Britain (London, 1724–1727). 2, 3, in P. Hume Brown, Early Travellers in Scotland, quoted in Source Book of Scottish History, vol. I, ed. W. Croft Dickinson, Gordon Donaldson, Isabel A. Milne (Thomas Nelsori and Sons Ltd, Edinburgh, 1958).
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Christopher A Whatley books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The Manufacture of Scottish History. A History of Everyday Life in Scotland, 1600 to 1800. Professor Elizabeth Foyster.
By Anthony Cooke, Ian Donnachie, Ann Macsween, Christopher A Whatley
By Anthony Cooke, Ian Donnachie, Ann Macsween, Christopher A Whatley.
Trevor-Roper dismantles the manufacture of Scottish history for political ends, but it is from political objectives .
Trevor-Roper dismantles the manufacture of Scottish history for political ends, but it is from political objectives that his own argument derives. Trevor-Roper was a vocal and active unionist, speaking publicly and writing in both Scottish and English newspapers against the 1970s Labour Party push toward Scottish devolution. Trevor-Roper did not choose to publish this book; in fact, he had set the project aside more than twenty years before he died in 2003.
Michael Fry, ‘The Whig Interpretation of Scottish History’ in Ian Donnachie and Christopher Whatley (ed., The Manufacture of Scottish History (Edinburgh, 1992), pp. 72–89 (83)Google Scholar. 24. John Rule, The Vital Century: England’s Developing Economy 1714–1815 (London, 1992), p. 268; Lenman (1981), pp. 89, 93Google Scholar.