The Highland Clearances

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In the terrible aftermath of the moorland battle of Culloden, the Highlanders suffered at the hands of their own clan chiefs. Following his magnificent reconstruction of Culloden, John Prebble recounts how the Highlanders were deserted and then betrayed into famine and poverty. While their chiefs grew rich on meat and wool, the people died of cholera and starvation or, evicted from the glens to make way for sheep, were forced to emigrate to foreign lands. 'Mr Prebble tells a terrible story excellently. There is little need ...

The Highland Clearances 1973, Penguin Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780140028379

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Highland Clearances 1963, Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd, Lodnon

ISBN-13: 9780436386046

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