Wild Scots: Four Hundred Years of Highland History

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Michael Fry's controversial highland history captures a truely distinctive culture and its volatile politics One bleak night in March 1603, a lone horseman galloped to Holyrood, home of James VI of Scotland. There he knelt on bended knee and saluted him as James I, king of England. The accession marked a union of the kingdoms while the lowlands were integrated with England, the outlying highlands became marginalized. Highlanders responded by consolidating their already distinct identity, built around the unique feudal clan ...

Wild Scots: Four Hundred Years of Highland History 2007, John Murray Publishers, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780719561047

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Wild Scots: Four Hundred Years of Highland History 2006, John Murray Publishers, London, England

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