The Borders: A History of the Borders from Earliest Times

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Deerpark Press, 2002 - History - 454 pages
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User Review  - David Santiuste - Goodreads

A sweeping history of the Anglo-Scottish Borders, ranging from the prehistoric era to modern times. As a Borderer himself Alistair Moffat writes with great enthusiasm for his subject, and he has a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Paula Obermeier McCarty - Goodreads

The first few chapters were hard for me to get into (too many imaginary scenarios). The rest of the book was ok. The section on the reivers was most the most interesting to me but it went by pretty ... Read full review

Contents

RIVERS RUN THROUGH
3
THE WILDWOOD
15
LANGUAGE AND SILENCE
47
Copyright

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University of Melbourne

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