|Author:||Annette M. Smith|
|Title:||Nine Trades of Dundee (Publications of the Abertay Historical Society)|
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|Publisher:||Abertay Historical Society (December 1995)|
Nine Trades of Dundee (Publications of the Abertay Historical Society) by Annette M. Smith (Dec 1995). Keiller's of Dundee: The Rise of the Marmalade Dynasty 1800-1879 (Abertay Historical Society Publication) by William M. Mathew (Apr 1999). College/University, Location, Educational Institution, Employer, Organization, Educational Institution Campus. Abertay University, formerly the University of Abertay Dundee, is a modern university in Dundee, Scotland. Charles Barrie, 1st Baron Abertay
Start by marking The Nine Trades Of Dundee as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Nine Trades Of Dundee. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Annette M. Smith. Published by Abertay Historical Society. The Nine Trades of Dundee (Durham University Library). 090001931X (ISBN13: 9780900019319).
Abertay Historical Society was founded in 1947 and promotes interest in the history of Dundee, Angus, Fife and Perthshire. The Society organises public lectures in Dundee and elsewhere in the Abertay area on a variety of historical topics, as well as occasional special events including guided tours and conferences. We also support the work of other local heritage organisations. You can find out about our forthcoming programme of events in our calendar. For those who cannot attend our talks, it is the Society’s publications which provide the greatest membership benefit. For many years the Society has published at least one book per year. These books are sent free to every member as soon as they are published. Remaining copies are then sold through booksellers and online to non-members.
Migrant Highlanders, Abertay Historical Society, 25 (1986) Smith, . The Three United Trades of Dundee: Masons, Wrights and Slaters, Abertay Historical Society, 26 (1987) Gauldie, . One Artful and Ambitious Individual: Alexander Riddoch (1745-1822) (Provost of Dundee 1787-1819), Abertay Historical Society, 28 (1989) Torrie, . Medieval Dundee: a Town and its People, Abertay Historical Society, 30 (1990) Jackson, . Kinnear, . The Trade and Shipping of Dundee, 1780-1850, Abertay Historical Society, 31 (1991) Whatley, .
Providing a growing repository of documents and imagery that covers both the history and traditions associated with the Trades in Dundee. Included here are records of other public bodies in the burgh, with extracts from various books and charters, many in the original spelling and grammar. The story of the Dundee trades is very similar to that of the Trades in the other Scottish Burghs.
Abertay Historical Society promotes interest in history, particularly the history of Angus, Fife and Perthshire Daha Fazla. 12. ARA. Nationalist City? The SNP in Dundee since the 1970s. ar 18:00 UTC · Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee. 5 Aralık, 13:50 · Herkese Açık. 2 Yorum · Haberin Tam Boyutu. Abertay Historical Society bir etkinlik ekledi. Evening Lecture by Thomas Stewart on the political history of the SNP in Dundee from the 1970s onwards.
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Nine artists, with second non-art trades, were commissioned to lead collaborative art projects with workers from their particular trade in workplaces across Dundee from July 2009 - October 2010. The project then develops through engagement with the artistic process and experimentation to create a significant, inspiring and ambitious exchange between parties. The organisers and two of the artists involved, artist and hairdresser Alan Grieve and artist and assistant bin loader Fraser Macdonald, talk about the project. The Wednesday Event at the Glasgow School of Art is a series of informal lectures, screenings, panel discussions and pecha kuchas, organised primarily by Cultural Engagement and Exhibitions, with input from the rest of the school.
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