4 edition of The Highland economy, 1750-1850 found in the catalog.
The Highland economy, 1750-1850
|Statement||by Malcolm Gray.|
|LC Classifications||HC257.S4 G73 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||75031474|
The exception to the rule was The Highland Economy by Malcolm Gray, Devine’s dedicatee. It was another quarter of a century, however, before a comprehensive study materialized: Eric Richard’s A History of the Highland Clearances. But whatever impact these made in academia, they did little to alter the view of the Clearances as. Malcolm Gray, The Highland Economy (Edinburgh ), p. 3. The whole area has been described as “a tangled mass of contorted rocks.” Id. at 4. What little farming was done there was rudimentary and at a subsistence level.
5 Malcolm Gray, The Highland Economy, (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, ), 3; hereafter Highland. Figure 1 – Principal locations in the text. Perhaps there is a point that in contrast to the rise from 1, to 1,, of 21% for the rest of Scotland, the 14% rise in the highlands population was low, but Devine ( p), using a different definition for “Highlands” finds a higher rise of 20% between and
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gray, Malcolm. Highland economy, Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd  (OCoLC) Document Type. The Highland economy, Malcolm Gray. Greenwood Press, - Business & Economics - pages. 0 Reviews. 1750-1850 book From inside the book.
What people are equipment example families farmers Fisheries fishermen fishing Forfeited Estates Papers Gairloch Glen grain greater ground Hebrides Highland counties Highlands holdings husbandry ibid. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gray, Malcolm. Highland economy, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, (OCoLC) Document Type.
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This item appears on. List: Culture, Politics And Society In The Highland Clearances Section: Key Texts Next: Clanship, commerce and the House of Stuart, 16 Previous: From chiefs to landlords: social and.
The Highland Economy, – (Edinburgh, ) Humphreys, Rob, and Donald Reid. The Rough Guide to Scottish Highlands and Islands (3rd ed. ) Keay, J. and J. Keay. Collins Encyclopaedia of Scotland () Kermack, William Ramsay. The Scottish Highlands: a short history, c. – () Lister, John Anthony.
The Scottish Highlands Demonym(s): Highlander. Abstract. The Highland Clearances were the process by which between c. and c. the inhabitants of entire districts in the Scottish Highlands and Islands were displaced and evicted from their lands.
It is one of the classic themes of Scottish history but Cited by: 1. Buy The Highland Economy, by Malcolm Gray (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Malcolm Gray. There was actually a book written in the s by a respected The Highland economy historian under the title The Highland Economy which did not mention the clearances at : Guardian Staff.
The economic history of Scotland charts economic development in the history of Scotland from earliest times, through seven centuries as an independent state and following Union with England, three centuries as a country of the United Scotland was a poor rural area, with few natural resources or advantages, remotely located on the periphery of the European world.
The Highland Economy, By MALCOLM GRAY. (Edinburgh and London: Oliver & Boyd, Pp. viii + 25s.) To students of British economic development the story of the Scottish Highlands has an interest which is disproportionate to their weight in the national economy. For this is the region which the Industrial Revolution passed by.
Book Clanship to crofters' war: the social transformation of the Scottish Highlands - T. Devine, c Book From chiefs to landlords: social and economic change in the Western Highlands and Islands, c - R.
Dodgshon, Book | See: Chapter 9. The Highland economy, - Malcolm Gray, BookFile Size: KB. The Fishing Industries of Scotland, A Study in Regional Adaptation (Aberdeen University studies) Devine's essay is a rare departure in the historiography in that it emphasises, albeit for the period from c tothe interlocking of key sectors within the Highland economy (and market penetration both of raw materials and finished products) – notably kelp, linen, wool, slate, and whisky – with the Scottish and British by: 8.
Cambridge Core - British History after - The Cambridge Social History of Britain, – - edited by F. ThompsonCited by: Scottish Agricultural Revolution Explained. The Agricultural Revolution in Scotland was a series of changes in agricultural practice that began in the seventeenth century and continued in the nineteenth century.
They began with the improvement of Scottish Lowlands farmland and the beginning of a transformation of Scottish agriculture from one of the least modernised systems to what was to. Popular perception has historically constructed the Highlands and Islands of Scotland to be economically and socially backwards in comparison with the rest of the United Kingdom.
As evoked in the phrase the ‘Highland Problem’, the area has been considered by outsiders to be beyond help and destined to remain in a state of underdevelopment Cited by: 1. The Highland Economy, – (Edinburgh, ) Humphreys, Rob, and Donald Reid. The Rough Guide to Scottish Highlands and Islands (3rd ed.
) Keay, J. and J. Keay. Collins Encyclopaedia of Scotland () Kermack, William Ramsay. The Scottish Highlands: a short history, c. – () Lister, John Anthony. The Scottish Highlands. He explains the paradox of Highland is only to be expected in a book based on a Cambridge Ph.D.
dissertation which emerged from the King's College Research Centre Project on 'Political Economy and Society, ', Dr Fontana discusses chiefly how theories.
Achallader favoured those who gave him or his sons recruits for the wars of the s: part of his unpopularity stemmed from the underhand and manipulative way he went about this.
Richards, A history of the Highland clearances: agrarian transformation and the evictions, – (London, ), For the operation of this exchange on another estate see Gaffney, Lordship of Strathavon Author: R. Houston. Journal of Historical Geogra 2 () Destitution and migration: labour mobility and relief from famine in Highland Scotland Charles W.
Withers Migration from the rural Highlands and Islands to the urban Lowlands was a vital element in the demographic and economic experiences of eighteenth- and nineteenth- century by: 7.
There are half-a-dozen reasons (given in my book) why Dr Webster may have underestimated the numbers – the Highland population in was probably ,or more – but taking Webster’s total at their face value, these were the result for the Highland parishes – WebsterO.S.A.
, Highland Economy, Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, Also in a edition. This readable little book deals with economics of the region in the wake of the '45; Harper, Marjory. Emigration from Northeast Scotland: Willing Exiles and Emigration from Northeast Scotland: Beyond the Broad Atlantic.
Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, Cambridge Core - English Literature - Sentimental Literature and Anglo-Scottish Identity, – - by Juliet ShieldsCited by: