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Date of Publication: 2001
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Description: 0275969479 Good to vg maroon cloth hard cover with black label with gilt print and no dustjacket. Clean tight and unmarked, Slight splay to boards at fore edge and damp spot to top corner of pages causing some rippling of top corners. A vigorous text that provides perspective on socio-economic change in the 19th century, 125pp g+/--
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The Stonemason: Donald Macleod's Chronicle of Scotland's Highland Clearances Hardcover – May 30 2001


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"A very interesting and vigorous text that provides a vital perspective on socio-economic change in the 19th century. Macleod was clearly an educated stonemason and his account provides a bottom up' vision of the period."-Jeremy Black Military Historian

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Presents first-person account of a man who, along with his family and neighbors, was evicted and persecuted during Scotland's 19th century Highland Clearances when landlords replaced their tenants with livestock.

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In the first years of the nineteenth century, the lands of Sutherlandshire were largely owned by Elizabeth Gordon, premier peeress of Scotland, who, in her own right, succeeded to the estates of her father William, the twenty-first Earl of Sutherland, with the title of Countess of Sutherland. Read the first page
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