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The Scottish Estates and Medieval Shropshire
Worship Industry or Starve: The Improvement Policy on the Sutherland Estate in Scotland, 1812-1820
By Annie Lynne McCausland
Annie Lynne McCausland received her B.A in European History from Chapman University in Orange, California. She studied abroad at Glasgow University and became passionate for Scottish Highland history. Her article traces the failure of the Sutherland Estate improvement policy on the cultural gap between the Highland tenants and the Lowland administrators. Her article received an award at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference in Bakersfield, California, April 2010. Annie is ambitious in pursuing a career in historic preservation and public history.
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The Sutherland Estates: The Scottish Estates
By Dr. Annie Tindley
Dr. Annie Tindley is a lecturer in history at the School of Law & Social Sciences, Glasgow Caledonian University. Follow the links below to read her interpretation of documents in the Sutherland Papers and her article The Sutherland Estates: The Scottish Estates. Dr. Tindley’s work provides an expert insight into the management of the Scottish Estates in the late nineteenth century.
Click here to read Dr. Annie Tindley’s interpretation of documents in the Sutherland Papers relating to life on the Scottish Estates in the later nineteenth century Content is still being added to this section; it will be completed soon
Click here to read Dr. Annie Tindley’s article The Sutherland Estates: The Scottish Estates
Aspects of Medieval Life: The Lilleshall Collection
By Dr. Sylvia Watts & Robert Cromarty
Dr. Sylvia Watts and Robert Cromarty have examined and researched medieval life in Shropshire using the Lilleshall Collection at Shropshire Archives, producing interpretation and transcriptions of the fascinating documents in this collection. Their work provides an invaluable insight into the content and context of these documents, covering topics such as excommunication, piety and death.
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