3 edition of catalogue of some labour records in Scotland, and some Scots records outside Scotland found in the catalog.
catalogue of some labour records in Scotland, and some Scots records outside Scotland
|Statement||compiled and edited by Ian MacDougall [for the] Scottish Labour History Society.|
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Catalogue of some Labour records in Scotland and some Scots records outside Scotland. Edinburgh: Scottish Labour History Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ian MacDougall; Scottish Labour History Society.
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Inwhile scouring the Scottish Record Office (now the National Records of Scotland) for my PhD research, I came across a mass of then unsorted material dating from and dealing with what. The Calton weavers were a community of handweavers established in the community of Calton, then in Lanarkshire just outside Glasgow, Scotland in the 18th century.
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The records of Dean Cemetery for – are in the custody of the registrar of St. George’s District. [For the records of the Calton Burying Ground, –, see the parish of South Leith in this binder.] Source: Key to the Parochial Registers of Scotland, by V.
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