Collins Encyclopaedia of Scotland

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John Keay, Julia Keay
HarperCollins, 1994 - Reference - 1046 pages
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Some 3500 entries, totalling 750,000 words written by John and Julia Keay and nearly 150 expert contributors (including public figures such as Lord Home, David Steel and Fitzroy MacLean and a host of academics), describe all the main topographical, historical, social, architectural and industrial features of Scotland from A-Z. In addition, the book includes biographical entries on eminent Scots men and women of the past.

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The revision of an encyclopedia published in Britain in 1994, this work features over 4000 concise articles on all things Scots, from religion and protest to clans, monarchs, industries, history ... Read full review

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John Keay s recent books include "Sowing the Wind: the Mismanagement of the Middle East 1900 1960 "and "Last Post: The End of Empire in the Far East.

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