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A history of the Highland clearances : agrarian transformation and the evictions, 1746-1886 / Eric Richards
Bib ID 175934
Format BookBook
Author
Richards, Eric, 1940-
 
Description London : Croom Helm, c1982 
532 p. : maps ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 085664496X
Notes

Scotland. Highlands. Crofters. Eviction,. 1746-1886 (BNB/PRECIS)

The first part of a projected two part work.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 506-521.

Subjects Crofters -- History.  |  Eviction -- Scotland -- Highlands -- History.  |  Highlands (Scotland) -- History.
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Agrarian transformation and the evictions, 1746-1886

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