Journal Content Index

Scottish Local History was first published as the 'Scottish Local History Conference Newsletter' in October 1982. Further issues appeared in January and May 1983 and the first issue to bear the title Scottish Local History appeared in Autumn 1983.

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Issue 01 Archaeology – changes of attitude to the remains of the past No
Issue 01 Ayrshire – coal mining and miners No
Issue 01 Barrhead – community history No
Issue 03 Historical records for the study of climate No
Issue 03 Dalkeith and the Douglas testament No
Issue 03 Bailie Deuchars – jigsaw of his scrapbook No
Issue 03 Collecting Scottish newspapers No
Issue 04 The impact of microcomputers on local history No
Issue 04 Newspapers – value for historical research No
Issue 04 Standard Grade and local history No
Issue 05 Arthur’s Seat – recording fragments of ancient landscapes No
Issue 05 Prehistoric and early Christian communities in Scotland No
Issue 05 Fishing communities in Scotland No
Issue 05 Professor Eric Forbes – obituary No
Issue 05 Monastic communities in Scotland No
Issue 05 Paisley – a textile community No
Issue 05 Romans in Scotland – impact No
Issue 05 Tenement communities No
Issue 06 Agrarian history in Scotland – sources No
Issue 06 History through the novel No
Issue 06 Local history through literature No
Issue 06 Publishing No
Issue 06 Robert Louis Stevenson – location in Stevenson’s fiction No
Issue 07 Castle and community No
Issue 07 Duchess Anne and her tenants, 1651-1716 No
Issue 07 Golspie – village beginnings No
Issue 07 I F Grant Memorial library No
Issue 08 Castles in context No
Issue 08 Corstorphine parish history – a student guide No
Issue 08 Dean Castle – educational use No
Issue 08 20 years of Edinburgh local history No
Issue 08 Oral history – exploring living memory No
Issue 08 Standard Grade and local history – an update No
Issue 09 Council for British Archaeology, Scotland No
Issue 09 Printed ephemera in the National Library of Scotland (NLS) No
Issue 09 Local studies in a new town No
Issue 09 Newspapers – microfilming programme: Scotland No
Issue 09 Standard Grade history – request for information about primary sources No
Issue 10 Blair Atholl Mill No
Issue 10 Dalkeith Watch Tower – restoration No
Issue 10 International Exhibition, 1886: reconstructed old street No
Issue 10 New Lanark – oral history No
Issue 10 The site of Old Roxburgh No
Issue 10 Stanley and the Scottish cotton industry No
Issue 100 The Discovery of the Highlands: the role of the artist in the growth of tourism in the Highlands Yes
Issue 100 Richard Waitt (1664-1733): Portraitist to the Clan Grant Yes
Issue 100 Rounding up Caribbean Pirates in Argyllshire in 1720 Yes
Issue 100 Environmental and Local History: a natural partnership Yes
Issue 100 Local History from the Air: an aerial photographer's experiences Yes
Issue 100 A Kaleidoscope of Scottish Ceramics Yes
Issue 100 The Reservoirs of the Forth and Clyde canal: eighteenth century engineering and twenty-first century sculptures Yes
Issue 100 The Glassford Marriage Portraits Yes
Issue 100 From Banff to Beechworth, Victoria: George Campbell Smith (1804-68), land surveyor Yes
Issue 11 Launching into local history No
Issue 12 Kirk session registers – historical use No
Issue 12 Valentines of Dundee No
Issue 12 Scottish National Portrait Gallery as a source for the local historian No
Issue 13 Arbroath Examination Roll, 1752 No
Issue 13 Edinburgh – People’s Story Museum No
Issue 13 Lothian training scheme for tutors No
Issue 13 National Monuments Record of Scotland No
Issue 13 Minor place-names in Scotland No
Issue 14 Ayr Archives Office No
Issue 14 Audio-Visual presentations No
Issue 14 Local history – sources in Ireland No
Issue 14 Local publications – content and cash flow No
Issue 14 Scottish Film Archive No
Issue 15 Andrew Fisher: Scots collier and Australian reformer No
Issue 15 Empire Exhibition, Glasgow, 1938 No
Issue 16 Archives in schools No
Issue 16 Recording of graveyards and gravestones in Scotland No
Issue 16 Queen Mary in Jedburgh, October-November 1566 No
Issue 16 Kilmarnock & Troon Railway – 175th anniversary No
Issue 16 Leadhills – miners’ holidays No
Issue 16 Local history – research in Scotland No
Issue 16 Rev James Renwick – martyred covenanter No
Issue 16 Scottish Local History Forum – the first five years No
Issue 16 Shetland – local history No
Issue 17 Parish school buildings of Upper Clydesdale, 1872-1975 No
Issue 17 Hugh Elliot and Robert Liston – Scottish diplomats No
Issue 17 Marriage customs in the fishing town of Eyemouth No
Issue 17 Southern Necropolis project No
Issue 17 Handloom weaving shops No
Issue 17 Care of books and manuscripts No
Issue 17 Written sources: general reference books No
Issue 17 National Library of Scotland Map Room No
Issue 17 National Register of Archives (Scotland) No
Issue 17 Niddry Castle – recent developments: Part 1 No
Issue 17 People’s Palace Museum, Glasgow No
Issue 17 St Andrews University Library No
Issue 17 Scottish soldier here and there No
Issue 17 Springburn Museum, Glasgow No
Issue 18 Angus, David – Victorian railway engineer No
Issue 18 Archives – aids to reading and interpreting Scottish documents No
Issue 18 Doubts about dates No
Issue 18 Leighton Library, Dunblane No
Issue 18 Eyemouth – history No
Issue 18 William Gibson of Leadhills, 1826-45 No
Issue 18 Mitchell Library, Glasgow No
Issue 18 Lauderdale – Kedslie family in Poland No
Issue 18 Selkirk’s Walter Mason Trust No
Issue 18 Military service by Scots abroad in the Middle Ages No
Issue 18 North Carolina colonial records project No
Issue 18 Photography – George Washington Wilson No
Issue 18 Postcard messages from a bygone era No
Issue 18 David Angus: Victorian railway engineer No
Issue 19 Genealogies for local historians No
Issue 19 Livingston in the 17th century No
Issue 19 Tracing roots in Moray District No
Issue 19 Niddry Castle – recent developments: Part 2 No
Issue 19 Numismatics and the historian in Scotland No
Issue 19 Aberdeen – family history shop No
Issue 19 Episcopal Church in Scotland – records No
Issue 19 Eyemouth – history No
Issue 20 Lady Gordon Cathcart, 1844-1932 No
Issue 20 Forming a local history society at Colinton No
Issue 20 Dundee – birth brieves, bonds of caution and burial registers No
Issue 20 Local history – in newly released Scottish Office files No
Issue 20 Photographs and local history No
Issue 20 Steuarts of Mount Esk: photographs No
Issue 21 Railway records in the SRO No
Issue 21 South West Scotland – archives and local history No
Issue 21 Tayside & Fife Studies Centre No
Issue 21 Walter Mason’s collection of Selkirk historical records No
Issue 21 Local history societies – of the Upper Forth No
Issue 21 Local history – computers and local history No
Issue 21 Edinburgh – People’s Story Museum as a resource for schools No
Issue 21 Central Region schools – archives and Standard Grade History No
Issue 21 Border woollen mills No
Issue 21 Borders Museum Forum and local history No
Issue 21 Borders Region Archive & Local History Centre No
Issue 22 Portobello glass bottle makers No
Issue 22 Pollokshields – Glasgow suburban history No
Issue 22 History in graveyards No
Issue 22 Graveyards – miscellany No
Issue 22 Overton Cemetery, Tulliallan: restored No
Issue 22 Population studies and gravestones: the missing link? No
Issue 22 Graveyards – regional designs in monumental carvings No
Issue 22 Lasswade – gravestones and local history No
Issue 22 St Andrews Cathedral graveyard No
Issue 23 Birkhill Clay Mine No
Issue 23 Bo’ness Heritage Trust No
Issue 23 Green men on Scottish gravestones No
Issue 23 Industrial archaeology and the local historian – written sources No
Issue 23 Industrial archaeology in the countryside No
Issue 23 Local history – in newly released Scottish Office files No
Issue 23 Stirling – local history officer No
Issue 23 Sweden – Scottish trading links No
Issue 24 Mary Nisbet, Countess of Elgin No
Issue 24 Green men on Scottish gravestones No
Issue 24 Leadhills library: a source for local history No
Issue 24 South West Scotland – the silent revolution in the countryside No
Issue 25 Whitehill, Aberdour No
Issue 25 Urban fires in early modern Scotland No
Issue 25 Lawn tennis in Scotland – origins and development, c1875-1914 No
Issue 25 In newly released Scottish Office files No
Issue 25 Quoits – the old game No
Issue 25 Sport and the local historian No
Issue 25 The rise of west coast tourist resorts No
Issue 26 Association of Local History Tutors No
Issue 26 Edinburgh oral memories in the People’s Story Museum No
Issue 26 Fishertouns – oral history No
Issue 26 Grave thoughts from abroad No
Issue 26 Iona – living memory of a crofting community No
Issue 26 Miners, moonshiners and mischief galore – Scottish mining No
Issue 26 Broadcasting and oral history No
Issue 26 Standard Grade historical investigation – reflections No
Issue 26 Standard Grade history investigation No
Issue 26 Visitors’ lists as sources for Victorian tourism No
Issue 27 Industrial past – some problems of preservation and presentation No
Issue 27 Kirkcaldy – floorcloth and linoleum industry No
Issue 27 Leadhills – miners in the small debt court No
Issue 27 Local history – in newly released Scottish Office files No
Issue 27 T Newte, c1785 – who was he? No
Issue 27 Paisley – disappearance of the weaving trade No
Issue 27 Scotland in 1826 – Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s view ( No
Issue 27 Scottish Record Office – catalogue searching by computer No
Issue 27 Shale oil industry – decline No
Issue 27 Dunfermline Linen – rise and fall No
Issue 28 Bughtrig and Charles Frank No
Issue 28 Lochwinnoch – 18th and 19th century improvements at Castle Semple No
Issue 28 Limekilns in Charleston Planned Village No
Issue 28 Home and family – sources No
Issue 28 Architectural sources for house history No
Issue 28 Hudson’s Bay men from Orkney No
Issue 28 Livingston Mill Farm – restoration and development No
Issue 28 Newspapers – access and preservation in Scotland No
Issue 28 Newspapers – reporting the wider world in 19th century Scotland No
Issue 28 Newspapers – sources for historical research, c1800 No
Issue 28 Photography – George Washington Wilson No
Issue 28 Scots Magazine, 1739-1993 No
Issue 28 John Slezer and 17th century Scotland No
Issue 28 George Washington Wilson – a centenary reappraisal No
Issue 28 Working People’s History Trust No
Issue 29 Punishments in old Scottish burghs No
Issue 29 Case of James Craws, 1826-27 No
Issue 29 Edinburgh – Commissary Court consistorial records No
Issue 29 Falkirk – baron court records No
Issue 29 Domestic environment in Scotland No
Issue 29 Radical rising in Renfrewshire, 1820 No
Issue 29 Scottish Genealogy Society – 40 years endeavour No
Issue 30 Ayr’s unbuilt pier No
Issue 30 Boat registration No
Issue 30 Craft, early, in Scottish waters No
Issue 30 Fifes of Fairlie No
Issue 30 Some Scottish harbours No
Issue 30 House history No
Issue 30 Inverness – local history No
Issue 30 Local history – in Europe: Norway No
Issue 30 Local history – in newly released Scottish Office files No
Issue 30 The mysterious McOran-Campbells No
Issue 30 Preserving Scotland’s maritime heritage No
Issue 30 Orkney and Shetland – abortive invasion attempt in 1803-4, Part 1 No
Issue 30 Peterhead’s whaling years No
Issue 30 Stevenson family of lighthouse builders No
Issue 30 Westerton – a village story No
Issue 31 Robert Moyes Adam – photographs No
Issue 31 Biggar – photographs and photographers No
Issue 31 Campbeltown, 1890-1910: the MacGrory Photographic Collection No
Issue 31 Farm buildings in Scotland No
Issue 31 Glasgow – Springburn images No
Issue 31 Photographs for local history No
Issue 31 Newhaven Heritage Museum No
Issue 31 Orkney and Shetland – abortive invasion attempt in 1803-4, Part 2 No
Issue 31 19th century photographic processes: identification and care No
Issue 31 Setting standards in library publishing No
Issue 31 Schoolmaster’s offence, 19th century No
Issue 31 Scottish Ethnological Archive and local history No
Issue 31 Sport – searching for sport No
Issue 31 Woodhead Lead Mines No
Issue 32 Ailsa Craig – Mr Douglas’s jaunt No
Issue 32 Farmer’s notebook – 1820s and 1830s No
Issue 32 Diary of William Finnie, Kilmarnock businessman, 1818-20 No
Issue 32 Hamilton of Finnart – a Scottish Renaissance Icarus No
Issue 32 Turnpike roads - turnpike trusts in Largs and West Kilbride No
Issue 32 World War I – diaries in NLS No
Issue 33 Newbattle – Camp Meg revisited No
Issue 33 Dalkeith people at the time of the 1694 poll tax No
Issue 33 Dunrobin – food and drink No
Issue 33 Searching for Dysart No
Issue 33 Edinburgh – ‘bad housekeeping’ in the 18th century No
Issue 33 Glenesk – two 19th century day labourers’ day-books No
Issue 33 Graveyards – a gravely urgent matter No
Issue 33 Heritage Education – its purpose and value No
Issue 33 Publishing Scottish local history No
Issue 33 Local studies and Scottish education history No
Issue 33 New Lanark – heritage No
Issue 33 Lord Henry Sinclair’s rental of Orkney in 1492 No
Issue 33 Scottish Newspapers Microfilming Unit No
Issue 33 Lord Henry Sinclair – rental of Orkney in 1492 No
Issue 33 Andrew Tod – history his way No
Issue 33 Charles Mitchell and the Troon smugglers No
Issue 34 Timothy Pont’s architectural sketches No
Issue 34 Researching abandoned farmsteads of North Ayrshire No
Issue 34 Robert Baldie – a forgotten Victorian architect No
Issue 34 Clydesdale bastle project No
Issue 34 Thomas Telford’s Highlands & Islands church and manse programme No
Issue 34 The Northern Athenian house No
Issue 34 Farm buildings in Scotland – source list for research No
Issue 34 William Harley: the man who changed the face of Glasgow No
Issue 34 Heritage on the brain No
Issue 34 Scotland online No
Issue 34 Tenement life – aspects No
Issue 35 Balfron – churches, 1789-1850: religion of an industrial village No
Issue 35 Early textile industry/planned villages in the Endrick Valley No
Issue 35 Leadhills and Wanlockhead – crofters No
Issue 35 Pictish Arts Society No
Issue 35 Radical rising of 1820 No
Issue 35 Strathblane – children’s home hospital No
Issue 35 Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson – the Balfron environment and its influence No
Issue 36 How to access the Scottish Admiralty records No
Issue 36 Edinburgh – in the ’45 No
Issue 36 The role of the exciseman and its changes through the years No
Issue 36 Jacobite rebellions – Sutherland in the ’45 No
Issue 36 Jacobite rebellions – royal refuges of the Forty-five No
Issue 36 Jacobites in Stirling No
Issue 36 A Scottish minister’s role in Swedish Lutheran church reform No
Issue 37 Chartism in Clackmannanshire Yes
Issue 37 The Green Man throughout history and across Scotland Yes
Issue 37 Coping with old handwriting Yes
Issue 37 Leadhills – religion at the lead mines Yes
Issue 37 Shale oil industry at Pentland and Straiton Yes
Issue 38 Argyll – population and land values before 1750 No
Issue 38 Glasgow – house factoring No
Issue 38 Local history – field officers and the Forum No
Issue 38 Traditional sports and their structures and sites in Scotland No
Issue 38 Burning of Wallston Toll in the Parish of Tarbolton No
Issue 39 Authorities and archives No
Issue 39 Evolution of Scottish local authority archives, 1960-1990 No
Issue 39 Ayrshire – Commissioners of Supply records No
Issue 39 The Rev Mr Kerr of Dirleton, and his golf book No
Issue 39 Planned villages – a review of sources No
Issue 39 Planning and building records No
Issue 40 Clio: the Scottish Record Office’s electronic catalogue Yes
Issue 40 Dunblane – morality, religion and the community in the 18th century Yes
Issue 40 European Ethnological Research Centre Yes
Issue 40 National Monuments Record of Scotland – using new technology to access the past Yes
Issue 40 New Register House – index retrieval system Yes
Issue 40 Objects, sport and local history Yes
Issue 41 Strichen Estate, Aberdeenshire – founding of planned villages No
Issue 41 Scottish Archive Network, SCAN No
Issue 42 Piper’s craft and piper’s croft – ancestry of the bagpipe in Scotland Yes
Issue 42 Dirleton bowling clubs and their trophies Yes
Issue 42 National Burials Indexing Project Yes
Issue 42 Gullane Golf – green, greenkeeping and greenkeepers Yes
Issue 42 Local history – in newly released Scottish Office files Yes
Issue 42 Scots diet in the past – sheep’s heid broth and oysters Yes
Issue 42 South West Scotland – clubs and societies, 18th and 19th centuries Yes
Issue 43 Highland military recruitment: social and economic dimensions, 1746-1815 No
Issue 43 Local history – in England ‘A Pale Reflection’ No
Issue 43 Local history – in 19th and 20th century Scotland, in the military context No
Issue 43 Military museums and local history No
Issue 43 Local history – make your own lecture slides No
Issue 43 West Calder Oil Company and the Australian connection No
Issue 44 Inverness – the construction of Union Street, 1863-65 Yes
Issue 44 Kilmartin House – giving the future a past Yes
Issue 44 Ulster – local history: ‘where it’s at and where it’s going’ Yes
Issue 44 RCAHMS and the Defence of Britain project Yes
Issue 45 Drummond’s Agricultural Museum and 19th century improvement No
Issue 45 Brewing industry in Scottish localities No
Issue 45 Falkirk – ironfounding and growth No
Issue 45 Glasgow Fair – the hail week No
Issue 45 Stanley Mills – an early factory village No
Issue 46 Dunblane – wealth, poverty and status 300 years ago Yes
Issue 46 Dunnichen – battle: whose name? Yes
Issue 46 Exploring Scottish History – new edition Yes
Issue 46 West Highland Museum, Fort William Yes
Issue 46 Kinfauns bastardy case – born too soon Yes
Issue 46 Scottish Archive Network – help for local historians Yes
Issue 47 Cultural Strategy for Scotland – SLHF response Yes
Issue 47 Dunlop and McClymont – water-powered sawmills on the Girvan Yes
Issue 47 Fife Water Mill – from corn to coal Yes
Issue 47 Scottish graveyards Yes
Issue 47 South Queensferry – Queen Margaret, the ferry and the Carmelite friars Yes
Issue 48 Falkirk Museums – behind the scenes No
Issue 48 How to trace the history of your house No
Issue 48 18th century newspapers as local history sources No
Issue 48 Scotland’s historical links with Veere No
Issue 48 Building and re-building the urban scene in early modern Stirling No
Issue 49 Bellahouston Park – a Glasgow public park in the 1930s No
Issue 49 Cathcart – four paper mills No
Issue 49 Lassodie – the village that died No
Issue 49 Leighton Library: Scotland’s oldest borrowing register? No
Issue 49 Local history – in the 5-14 curriculum No
Issue 49 Using museums for local history No
Issue 49 Scottish Newspapers Microfilming Unit update No
Issue 49 Tenement past, tenement future – living testament or false heritage No
Issue 50 Dalkeith Watch Tower – restoration No
Issue 50 Edinburgh – oral memories in the People’s Story Museum No
Issue 50 Graveyards – regional designs in monumental carvings No
Issue 50 Coping with old handwriting No
Issue 50 House history No
Issue 50 Local history – ‘chain, place, purpose’ No
Issue 50 Newspapers - access and preservation in Scotland No
Issue 50 Oral history – Edinburgh oral memories in the People’s Story Museum No
Issue 50 Oral history – collecting and using oral memory ( No
Issue 50 Valentines of Dundee No
Issue 50 Regional designs in monumental carvings No
Issue 50 Scottish Local History Forum – fifty newsletters and journals on No
Issue 50 Sport and the local historian No
Issue 51 Auchterarder – kailyard verses Yes
Issue 51 Borders woollen industry and the American Civil War Yes
Issue 51 Edinburgh – Colonies’ interiors Yes
Issue 51 ‘Flashbacks’ oral history series Yes
Issue 51 Mid-Scotland Association of Local Heritage Societies Yes
Issue 51 Statistical Accounts – internet access ( Yes
Issue 52 Dunfermline’s Heritage Attractions No
Issue 52 Emigrants’ letters project launched No
Issue 52 Grantown No
Issue 52 Interiors of Scottish houses No
Issue 52 Leith’s first wet docks No
Issue 52 Sources for Scottish Local History No
Issue 52 Scots abroad – Mid-Scotland conference report No
Issue 52 Stirling Castle – visit by Inverness Field Club No
Issue 52 Whittingham’s Old Village No
Issue 52 Survey of Scottish witchcraft No
Issue 52 Yetholm – water mills on the Bowmont No
Issue 53 Ballachulish Railway No
Issue 53 McKellar’s steamer services to Largs, 1813-1890 No
Issue 53 Oral Social History in the Edinburgh Area No
Issue 53 Museum of Scotland International No
Issue 53 Glasgow & West of Scotland Family History Society, 1977-2001 No
Issue 53 Grantown Society, 1974-2001 No
Issue 53 Gullane No
Issue 53 Highland Heritage Association formed No
Issue 53 Orkney Library, founded 1683: oldest in Scotland No
Issue 53 Local history library required No
Issue 53 Turkey Red – Glasgow as a centre of the Scottish Dyeing Industry No
Issue 54 Forfarshire Sheriff Court Records, 18th century Yes
Issue 54 Jam jar admission to early Scottish cinemas Yes
Issue 54 Croy and Croy Historical Society Yes
Issue 54 Fife Council Archive Centre Yes
Issue 54 Hawick’s first historian, Robert Wilson Yes
Issue 54 Oban Times and Highland land agitation, 1877–1881 Yes
Issue 54 Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group Yes
Issue 54 Local history – digitising our past for our future Yes
Issue 54 Oral history and local history Yes
Issue 54 Maps – Project Pont Yes
Issue 54 Melrose Abbey Yes
Issue 55 Abriachan – a highland community Yes
Issue 55 Scottish Council on Archives established Yes
Issue 55 Trials of printers Robertson and Berry in 1793 Yes
Issue 55 Churches of Scotland Project Yes
Issue 55 Forres School Board and its rector, 1880s Yes
Issue 55 Kelvinside flint milling Yes
Issue 55 Iona – social and economic change, 1790-1840 Yes
Issue 55 NLS as Local History Library Yes
Issue 55 Perth in the early 19th century Yes
Issue 55 Sasines as sources for local historians Yes
Issue 55 Sedition trials in Scotland, 1793-4 Yes
Issue 55 Shetland – Thomas Matthewson’s notes, c1889-90 Yes
Issue 55 Shetland life in old photographs Yes
Issue 55 Stornoway’s Female Industrial School Yes
Issue 56 Poverty and the poor law in Bathgate, 16th-20th centuries Yes
Issue 56 Clovenfords vineyards Yes
Issue 56 Emigration – from 19th century Scotland to Eastern Australia Yes
Issue 56 602 Auxiliary Air Force Squadron Museum Yes
Issue 56 Place-names and local history Yes
Issue 56 Lochmaben’s Council and Court Book, 1612-1721 Yes
Issue 56 Moray Archives – popular verse in the Archives Yes
Issue 56 Saltire Society Yes
Issue 56 Seamen of the north, 17th century Yes
Issue 56 Shetland Documents Project Yes
Issue 56 Turnpike roads – ending of Tolls in 1878, et seq Yes
Issue 57 American Letters, 1889 Yes
Issue 57 Cromarty Seaplane Station, 1913 Yes
Issue 57 Dunfermline’s Victorian Antiquary, Ebenezer Henderson Yes
Issue 57 Estate plans as local history sources Yes
Issue 57 Old Maryhill Annual Dinners Yes
Issue 57 Hydros in Scotland and their literature Yes
Issue 57 Inverness through the ages Yes
Issue 57 Library history in Scotland Yes
Issue 57 Renfrewshire maps Yes
Issue 57 Slavery and Scotland Yes
Issue 58 Bangour Village Hospital Yes
Issue 58 Brora’s past industries Yes
Issue 58 Colinton through its Local Authority Minute Book, 1882-1890 Yes
Issue 58 East Lothian – Seaside Holidays Yes
Issue 58 Plough from Saline, Fife ‘The Barrowman plough’ Yes
Issue 58 Kincardineshire’s turnpike roads Yes
Issue 58 Kintyre Antiquarian & Natural History Society Yes
Issue 58 Lime industry in 18th century Scotland Yes
Issue 58 Millport and the Cumbraes in old photographs Yes
Issue 58 Museum of Scottish Country Life, East Kilbride Yes
Issue 58 Shipping Registers, Scottish, to 1850 Yes
Issue 59 Aberdeen – master mason John Morgan No
Issue 59 Caledonian Heritage Futures Network No
Issue 59 Childhood in early modern Scotland No
Issue 59 Emigration – from Scotland to Canada No
Issue 59 Emigration – of Scottish children to Canada and Australia, 1870-1930 No
Issue 59 Glasgow – Police Museum No
Issue 59 Grouse shooting’s darker side No
Issue 59 Highland school log books No
Issue 59 Lochmaben’s buildings, 1612-1721 No
Issue 60 Ardrossan’s harbour No
Issue 60 Boat of Garten No
Issue 60 Colinton – 19th century glimpses No
Issue 60 Fourth Statistical Account of East Lothian No
Issue 60 Torry and the Lands of Nigg No
Issue 60 School days on St Kilda and other remote areas No
Issue 60 Scotland’s children – the provision of care No
Issue 60 Stirling of Keir, Archibald – a letter from India No
Issue 61 Baron George Armitstead of Castlehill, Dundee Yes
Issue 61 Colonsay – emigrants to Prince Edward Island, 1806 Yes
Issue 61 Coupar Angus – silver foxes Yes
Issue 61 Great Dumbarton Muir Tryst Yes
Issue 61 Dundee – rise and fall of the glass works Yes
Issue 61 The Glasgow Story Yes
Issue 61 Map websites for local history Yes
Issue 61 Maybole – Christian tradition in the parish Yes
Issue 61 Operation Pluto – an Inverness contribution to the Normandy Landings Yes
Issue 61 Saline Photo Trail Yes
Issue 62 Balfron 700 Yes
Issue 62 Buccleuch Estates – estate management in the Age of Improvement Yes
Issue 62 Cranshaws Church Yes
Issue 62 Cromarty Folk Yes
Issue 62 Dunblane – Jacobite landowners, the Church and the local community Yes
Issue 62 Glasgow Museums Resource Centre Yes
Issue 62 Loch Lomond – protest at the pier Yes
Issue 62 Tarbat Peninsula – evacuation 1943-4 Yes
Issue 63 Highland History & Culture: Am Baile Yes
Issue 63 Culzean Castle – changing fortunes after Robert Adam’s death Yes
Issue 63 Dalkeith flashback, 18th century Yes
Issue 63 An Anti-Emigrants’ letter Yes
Issue 63 Endrick Railway Viaduct Yes
Issue 63 James Simpson: a Fife heritage story told in drama Yes
Issue 63 Heritage Lottery Fund – grants available for local history Yes
Issue 63 Horseman’s Word – the Secret Society of Horsemen Yes
Issue 63 Intriguing case of the Kilbride Stone Yes
Issue 63 Local history – learning and teaching Yes
Issue 63 SCRAN – a rich source for local history Yes
Issue 64 Transport of Delight: a history of Balfron’s trains and buses No
Issue 64 Benderloch – St Modan’s Church No
Issue 64 East Lothian – Samuel Brown and Itinerating Libraries No
Issue 64 Edinburgh – early 19th century development of the Old Town No
Issue 64 Edinburgh – foundation of the Royal College of Surgeons No
Issue 64 Goad Fire Insurance Plans – ‘Distilleries, Docks and Dormitories’ No
Issue 64 Highlands – Hydro-Electricity and alternative energy, early 20th century No
Issue 64 Lochmaben – Sequestration of a Royal Burgh No
Issue 64 Portobello photo trail No
Issue 64 Trafalgar remembered No
Issue 65 Ayr 800 No
Issue 65 Dalkeith progress, 19th century No
Issue 65 Emigrant’s letter from early Victorian Victoria No
Issue 65 Fife Council Archive Centre No
Issue 65 Neil Munro, Inveraray and Para Handy No
Issue 65 MacArthur, J S, Ltd – a controversial commercial enterprise No
Issue 65 Napoleon’s Men in Scotland No
Issue 65 Shetland Bus No
Issue 66 Allan, James – Memoirs: the journey of a lifetime Yes
Issue 66 Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy, 2005 Yes
Issue 66 Cinemas – Motherwell New Cinema, Barrie Street Yes
Issue 66 Cluthas – the popular Glasgow ferries Yes
Issue 66 Croy Railway Station – life around Yes
Issue 66 Dunbartonshire – Mountblow area Yes
Issue 66 Ellis, Alexander, Architect of Aberdeen, 1830-1917 Yes
Issue 66 Kirkmichael Parish and the planned village of Tomintoul, 1776-1847 Yes
Issue 66 Scottish Church Heritage Research organisation Yes
Issue 67 Smuggling in Argyll, 1725-1745 Yes
Issue 67 Balmaha – the pyroligneus acid works Yes
Issue 67 Dunfermline Burgh Survey – community project Yes
Issue 67 East Fife’s open-air swimming pools – safe places for dooking Yes
Issue 67 Ferguslie Mill’s Voluntary Aid Detachment 1914-1918 Yes
Issue 67 Fisherrow – a wee bit of its story Yes
Issue 67 Fourth Statistical Account of East Lothian Yes
Issue 67 Garscadden House and the Lairds of Garscadden Yes
Issue 67 Local history – a Society’s research and publishing programme Yes
Issue 67 Save Wemyss Ancient Caves Society ( Yes
Issue 68 Press freedom in the 1790s – the case of Walter Berry Yes
Issue 68 Communications – change as perceived in the OSA and NSA, Part 1 Yes
Issue 68 Emigrant’s letter from Grant County, Minnesota Yes
Issue 68 Neolithic Woodland – submerged in Loch Tay Yes
Issue 68 Lochmaben Primary School – ‘a guid wee schule’ Yes
Issue 68 Portobello’s pottery at war Yes
Issue 68 Statistical Accounts – intellectual background Yes
Issue 68 Wood Islands Presbyterian Church, Prince Edward Island Yes
Issue 69 William Baird, Lord Invernairn and Flichity House No
Issue 69 Cambuskenneth Ferry, 1709-1935 No
Issue 69 Communications – change as perceived in the OSA and NSA, Part 2 No
Issue 69 Cowal – a new parish for No
Issue 69 Drymen – bygone days of a village No
Issue 69 Financial management and local history No
Issue 69 Third Statistical Account, 1944-1992 – the dream of James G Kyd No
Issue 69 Scottish Local History Forum Constitution, 2007 No
Issue 69 Scottish Local History Forum Survey of Local History Groups: report No
Issue 69 Slavery and the rise of the West of Scotland No
Issue 69 Solway – The Devil’s Porridge Exhibition No
Issue 69 Water transport – change as perceived in the OSA and NSA No
Issue 70 Adam Bald – the Impulsive and Compulsive traveller, and a weekend away No
Issue 70 Cairngorms – the Shelter Stone No
Issue 70 Communications – change as perceived in the OSA and NSA, Final Part No
Issue 70 Samuel C Hirst, Dundee – maker of musical history No
Issue 70 Letters Home: a Scotsman’s link with his kin No
Issue 70 Forth & Clyde Canal – shipbuilding at Glasgow No
Issue 70 When Royalty graced Strathendrick’s railways No
Issue 70 Scythes – the Scottish connection No
Issue 70 Turriff – Photo Feature No
Issue 70 The making of bygone Yetholm No
Issue 71 East Linton lairds – James Balfour and Sir George Buchan Hepburn No
Issue 71 Black people in Scotland during the slavery era No
Issue 71 Dr Sylvia Clark (1920-2007) – an appreciation No
Issue 71 Edinburgh's Broughton Court No
Issue 71 Inverness architect, Dr Alexander Ross No
Issue 71 Roy's Military Map of Scotland, 1747-55 No
Issue 71 Scottish indentured servants in the early colonies No
Issue 71 Slavery related letters between Paxton and Grenada No
Issue 71 Stirling – life in the 18th century No
Issue 72 Slavery – Anti-Slave Trade tour of William Dickson, 1792 No
Issue 72 John Bell of Antermony, and Russia No
Issue 72 Carpow Bronze Age logboat No
Issue 72 Castle Fraser violated in 1655 No
Issue 72 Dunfermline Prison No
Issue 72 Glasgow and the American Wild West No
Issue 72 Slavery – Glasgow University and its abolition No
Issue 72 St Andrews University's Special Collections No
Issue 72 Slave trade – some South West Scotland connections No
Issue 73 Auchtergaven life in the 17th and 18th centuries Yes
Issue 73 Ballater's founding in 1809 – Common Errors Corrected Yes
Issue 73 Dunfermline – violence on its streets in 1840s Yes
Issue 73 Stirlingshire (East) industrialisation, 1790-1840 Yes
Issue 73 Highland cattle galore Yes
Issue 73 Lockerbie Academy Yes
Issue 73 Tarlair's mineral spring and swimming pool, Macduff Yes
Issue 73 Pettigrew, James Bell - professor at St Andrews Yes
Issue 74 Ethnology – compendium of Scottish ethnology Yes
Issue 74 Fair Isle families Yes
Issue 74 Glasgow's Malt Tax Riot, 1725 Yes
Issue 74 Highland ‘Watch’ and Duncan Roy Campbell Yes
Issue 74 Kilmarnock: water wheels at Wards Yes
Issue 74 Local history societies – and ‘Scottish Life and Society’ Yes
Issue 74 Printing in Scotland – 500 years Yes
Issue 74 ‘Rest and Be Thankful’ – road construction in Georgian Argyll Yes
Issue 75 Buchanan Castle military railway Yes
Issue 75 Catholic Mission at Paisley, 1808-1829 Yes
Issue 75 Corncockle Quarry near Lochmaben Yes
Issue 75 Edinburgh's surviving horse-drawn tramcar Yes
Issue 75 Garscadden Village's death knell Yes
Issue 75 Leith’s medieval transformation Yes
Issue 75 Old Edinburgh Club's founder, William J Hay Yes
Issue 76 Border Reiver William Armstrong of Kinmont Yes
Issue 76 Kingussie and Badenoch – old photographs Yes
Issue 76 Donibristle Airfield Yes
Issue 76 18th-century nurserymen, the Millers at Holyrood Yes
Issue 76 Rosyth Garden City Yes
Issue 76 Gigha's Achamore Gardens Yes
Issue 76 Glasgow's licensed trade, 1900-1930 Yes
Issue 76 Highland drovers' legacy Yes
Issue 76 Rural buildings on Roy's Military Survey and as shown by John Watt Yes
Issue 76 Slaving station letters Yes
Issue 77 William Adamson MP Yes
Issue 77 Cromarty and the Navy Yes
Issue 77 Crossraguel Abbey Yes
Issue 77 Flanders Moss (East) – myths and evidence Yes
Issue 77 Kirk session minutes as local history sources Yes
Issue 77 Lion Foundry, Kirkintilloch Yes
Issue 77 Peebles – the advent of tourism Yes
Issue 78 Barneyhill, East Barns, Dunbar Yes
Issue 78 Drymen Bridge's 18th-century master mason, John Brown Yes
Issue 78 Castle Fraser's Elyza Fraser, 1736-1814 Yes
Issue 78 Jacobite John Dunbar's letters from Virginia Yes
Issue 78 Scotland's Rural Past conference at Fort William Yes
Issue 78 Kelvinside Racecourse Yes
Issue 78 Local and regional history at the Open University Yes
Issue 78 Peebles Railway and John Bathgate Yes
Issue 78 Portobello's first hundred years as a seaside resort Yes
Issue 79 Archiestown, the founding years, 1758-1775 Yes
Issue 79 Redcastle Quarry in the Black Isle Yes
Issue 79 Emigration – Thomas Crawford's letter from New Zealand, 1863 Yes
Issue 79 Emigration – James Fergus's letters from the Colorado gold fields, 1860-61 Yes
Issue 79 Melrose – dispute with the Rev Frederick Maclagan Yes
Issue 79 Milestones in Scotland Yes
Issue 79 Newmilns Anti-Slavery Society and John Brooks Yes
Issue 79 Scotland's Places – geographical resources for local historians Yes
Issue 80 The new SLHF Journal No
Issue 80 Local contributions to Scotland's national history No
Issue 80 Establishment of Victorian Woollen Mills in Peebles No
Issue 80 The Migration of Farm Workers to Macduff 1850-1970 No
Issue 80 The Watchmeal of Kilpatrick: a Wolf's Tale with a Difference No
Issue 80 The "Black Minstrelsy in Scotland" No
Issue 80 Britain's first filtered water supply: Paisley's contribution to public health No
Issue 81 The Bewitching of Sir George Maxwell of Pollock No
Issue 81 The Story of Inverkeithing Salt Works No
Issue 81 Thomas Muir and the Scottish Enlightenment No
Issue 81 Advertising and the Promotion of Planned Villages in Scotland and Ireland No
Issue 81 Compensating Scottish Slave Owners No
Issue 81 Regent Bridge and the Opening Up of Calton Hill, Edinburgh No
Issue 81 Mapping the Past: new tools and future directions for local history No
Issue 81 John McFarlan of Ballencleroch: a man who couldn't be bought No
Issue 81 Allan Ball Awards No
Issue 81 Scottish Trade with the Colonial Carolinas, 1683 to 1783: No
Issue 81 Note: The Last Wolf in Scotland No
Issue 81 Query: A Deeside Revolutionary Movement, 1789 No
Issue 82 SLHF Chairman's Report Yes
Issue 82 The Impact of the Railway on Victorian Peebles and Duns Yes
Issue 82 Gartsherrie Inn: the First Railway-owned Refreshment Facility Yes
Issue 82 The Lost Village of Tayovullin, Loch Gruinart, Islay Yes
Issue 82 Travellers, Turnpikes & Tar: SLHF Conference Report Yes
Issue 82 The Highland Archive Network Yes
Issue 82 The Castles of Lochmaben Yes
Issue 82 The Legendary Leith Smacks Yes
Issue 82 The Story of Middlebank House and Some of its Occupants Yes
Issue 82 A Glasgow Slaving Tragedy Yes
Issue 82 Transforming the National Museum of Scotland Yes
Issue 82 Note: The Last Wolf in Scotland Yes
Issue 82 Note: How Many People Died in the Tay Bridge Disaster? Yes
Issue 83 Alexander Bain: the real father of television? Yes
Issue 83 Gavin Dunbar: nobleman, statesman, catholic bishop and philanthropist Yes
Issue 83 A Very Edinburgh Riot: the John Cormack phenomenon Yes
Issue 83 'Comics' for the Historian: comic postcards - their rise and fall Yes
Issue 83 Thomas Shier's Plan of Longmanhill, Banffshire, 1821 Yes
Issue 83 Lowland Roads and Bridges: sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (to 1706) Yes
Issue 83 Lord Seaforth as a Slave Owner in Berbice Yes
Issue 84 The Shawfield Mansion of Glasgow Yes
Issue 84 James Burns & Son of St Andrews: an eighteenth century business bankruptcy Yes
Issue 84 Hospital at Corrour Old Lodge?: facts, possibilities and myths Yes
Issue 84 Glasgow's Riverside Museum: a Review Yes
Issue 84 The Trades of Maryhill: Stephen Adam's stained glass panels at Maryhill Burgh Hall Yes
Issue 84 The Landing of King George IV and the Masters of Trinity House, Leith Yes
Issue 84 Poor Law and its Impact on Wemyss Parish Yes
Issue 84 Note: ‘There Was a Soldier – a Polish Soldier’: tracking Jan Wagner Yes
Issue 84 Note: The Flemish People in Scotland: information urgently sought Yes
Issue 84 Note: Goldsworthy Gurney’s Steam Road Carriage In Scotland Yes
Issue 85 From Gasstown to Lossiemouth: new communities created by town and guildry incorporations Yes
Issue 85 The Condorrat Radicals of 1820 Yes
Issue 85 Dunfermline's Oldest Inhabited House Yes
Issue 85 Leith for the Holidays and Health-Cures Yes
Issue 85 The Bounty Whalers and the Inuit Yes
Issue 85 Peebles before the Railway: town and parish before 1855 Yes
Issue 85 James Macbeth of Glasgow: an abolitionist who was framed? Yes
Issue 85 Cornstone Burning for Fertilizer in Eighteenth Century Dunbartonshire and Stirlingshire Yes
Issue 86 Alexander Crawford Lamb of Dundee: hotelier and antiquarian Yes
Issue 86 Black Isle School Log Books (1875-1919): a statistical approach Yes
Issue 86 The Gairs of Nigg: the firtunes of a small estate in Easter Ross Yes
Issue 86 Robert Young and the Founding of Dallas, Moray in 1811 Yes
Issue 86 The Great Atlas of Scotland Project Yes
Issue 86 Beyond the Grave: Eight Centuries of Dunfermline Abbey Churchyard Yes
Issue 86 John Bell: 250 Years of Travels from St Petersburg Yes
Issue 87 The Scottish Local History Forum: Thirty Years Yes
Issue 87 Snapshots of Kintyre: the MacGrory Photographs 1890-1910 Yes
Issue 87 Govan Poorhouses Yes
Issue 87 A Napoleonic Prisoner in Lochmaben Yes
Issue 87 Encounters Beyond Explanation: a Loch Lomond Mystery Yes
Issue 87 Barrowfield and Camlachie: the Land Use and Mining History of Neighbouring Glasgow Estates Yes
Issue 87 'Our Lady of Aberdeen' and Notre Dame du Bon Succes Yes
Issue 87 Looking Back to Move Forward: Slavery and the Highlands Yes
Issue 87 Ex-President Grant's Visit to Scotland in 1877 Yes
Issue 88 Robert Dempster: a Forgotten Activist Yes
Issue 88 Commander Milliken Craig of the Honourable East India Company Yes
Issue 88 Duncan Kennedy: from Gaelic poet to Glasgow Accountant Yes
Issue 88 Villages in the Mind: unbuilt projects in north-east Scotland Yes
Issue 88 A Polish Schoolboy in 1940s Scotland Yes
Issue 88 The French Royals' Last Return to Edinburgh Yes
Issue 88 Stories in the Land: in the tracks of the Highland Drovers Yes
Issue 88 Norway's Hut Traditions and the Curse of the Indoor Scot Yes
Issue 89 George McCulloch: a forgotten Port Glasgow shipbuilder Yes
Issue 89 Stirlingshire's Forgotten Patriot: Baldred Bisset Yes
Issue 89 An Aberdeen Estate Rental Book: the estates of Leslie of Balquain, 1875-84 Yes
Issue 89 Glasgow Museums Donor Research Group Yes
Issue 89 Hopeman, Moray: houses, harbours and holidays Yes
Issue 89 Dowie: a Scottish surname with Flemish Roots? Yes
Issue 90 Times Past Along the Molendinar Yes
Issue 90 The Paisley Radical Trials of 1820 Yes
Issue 90 Last Train to Aberfoyle: Myth and Mystery Yes
Issue 90 Rita the Muse: the Origins of Japanese Whisky Yes
Issue 90 Letters from the Bell Brothers: Scottish Surgeons in the Slave Trade Yes
Issue 90 National Industry, Local Business: the Work of the Scottish Printing Archival Trust Yes
Issue 90 John Wilson: an Emigrant from Dumfriesshire to Illinois in 1844 Yes
Issue 90 Bonawe Iron Furnace Yes
Issue 90 Rapid Prototyping on Wikipedia: Writing Local History Articles Yes
Issue 91 Gold Dust and Gunpowder; an Orcadian trader in West Africa Yes
Issue 91 The Residents of 2 Regent Road, Edinburgh Yes
Issue 91 St Mary's Hospital, Kincardine O'Neil Yes
Issue 91 The Evolution of Whittinghame Estate and the Jameson Family Network Yes
Issue 91 Last of the Line: the twilight years of private land surveying in Moray Yes
Issue 91 Sir William Burrell: Glasgow Corporation Councillor 1899-1906 Yes
Issue 91 The Sale of Logiealmond Estate during the 1840s Yes
Issue 92 Feeing Time: Farm Service in West Central Scotland Yes
Issue 92 A Local Court for Local People: using franchise court records in local history research - an example from Breadalbane Yes
Issue 92 The Govan Rent Strikes of 1915 Yes
Issue 92 Trade through the Port of Leith in the Mid-Eigtheenth Century Yes
Issue 92 Tomatoes, Tulips and Chrysanths: the Harrisons' Temple Farm in the 1950s and early 1960s Yes
Issue 92 Thomas Muir: an Australian Perspective Yes
Issue 92 Useful Local History Sources 1: the Inland Revenue Survey of Land Value and Land Ownership, 1910-1915 Yes
Issue 93 Cover Portrait: The Snuff Shop Boy Yes
Issue 93 Alexander Ogg: land surveyor, farmer and gold prospector, Aberdeenshire and New Zealand. Part 1: Aberdeenshire Yes
Issue 93 Smuggling at Maryhill: an incident in 1813 Yes
Issue 93 Backwater or Model Estate? Williamwood Estate, Cathcart Parish Yes
Issue 93 Notes & Queries Yes
Issue 93 The Wells of Gladsmuir, East Lothian, and the Reverend John Ramsay Yes
Issue 93 The Journal of Alexander Innes of Banffshire in Jamaica 1823-24 Yes
Issue 93 Useful Local History Sources 2: Ordnance Survey Name Books Yes
Issue 93 Note: Tomato Plants at Ellenspark Nursery, Drumchapel Yes
Issue 93 Note: William Jameson of Portobello Yes
Issue 93 Note: Last Train from Glasgow Buchanan Street To Oban, 26-27 September 1965 Yes
Issue 94 Tom Johnston and 'Municipal Socialism' Yes
Issue 94 No Ordinary Man: Dr John Roebuck of Bo'ness Yes
Issue 94 Scottish Involvement in Caribbean Slavery: Bibliography Yes
Issue 94 'And uther placis': two ambassadorial missions in Ayrshire Yes
Issue 94 How the Banffshire Coast (eventually) got its railway Yes
Issue 94 Robert the Bruce in Cumbernauld Yes
Issue 94 Hercules Ross of Rossie and Jamaica Yes
Issue 94 Note 1: Communicating Local History: Glasgow, Scotland and African Slavery Yes
Issue 94 Note 2: 'There's more to Kinerras than meets the eye' Yes
Issue 94 Note 3: Inverury to Inverurie, 20 April 1866 Yes
Issue 94 Note 4: Tollcross Burn Yes
Issue 95 Alexander Ogg: land surveyor, farmer and gold prospector, Aberdeenshire and New Zealand, Part 2: New Zealand Yes
Issue 95 Scotland and the Flemish People: an investigation into a significant medieval immigrant group Yes
Issue 95 Echoes in the Garden: the last days of Granton Castle Yes
Issue 95 The Adoption of a Neolithic Monument: Carn Glas Yes
Issue 95 Captain George Scott of Dysart in the Venetian Naval Service Yes
Issue 95 Useful Local History Sources 3: School Log Books Yes
Issue 95 Note 1: Raids on an Illicit Distillery near Glasgow Yes
Issue 95 Note 2: OS Name Book solves a Local History puzzle - Jaw Mill and Bardowie Loch Yes
Issue 95 Note 3: Thinking with Scotland's Places - remember Hansel and Gretel? Yes
Issue 95 Note 4: Raising a Smile in the Archives Yes
Issue 95 Note 5: 'Not the Three Graces' Yes
Issue 95 Note 6: FA MacDonald Plans Collection, University of Aberdeen Yes
Issue 96 Local History and the Nation: Commemorating Robert Burns, 1859-1914 Yes
Issue 96 The Mass Stranding of Whales on Thorntonloch Beach in 1950: a Social and Oral History Yes
Issue 96 Aberdeen County Assessed Tax Records, 1799-1832 Yes
Issue 96 In the Footsteps of Duncan Ban: Deer Hunting and Song in the Southern Highlands Yes
Issue 96 The Orphan Hospital in Edinburgh (1733-1822): The Struggle for Health Yes
Issue 96 Useful Local History Sources 4: Ordnance Survey Books of Reference Yes
Issue 96 Note 1: Auld Ringan Oliver Yes
Issue 96 Note 2: Gordon Castle Fete, 6 September 1916 Yes
Issue 96 Note 3: Alexander Bain's Emmy Award Yes
Issue 97 The Caledonian Bazaar, Museum and Art Gallery in Edinburgh: the vision of James Johnston of Straiton (1801-1841) Yes
Issue 97 A Wig for The Laird: keeping up appearances in eighteenth century Ayrshire Yes
Issue 97 Dr Andrew Marshall and 'Voluntaryism': a significant threat to the National Church Yes
Issue 97 Life in the Day of a Bedesman Yes
Issue 97 Maggie Murdoch's Sweethearts: farming life in nineteenth century Ayrshire Yes
Issue 97 Note 1: The Colonel and his Favourite Horse Yes
Issue 97 Note 2: Robert Ray's Plan of Elgin, 1838 Yes
Issue 97 Note 3: The 'Broomielaw' Name (Glasgow) Yes
Issue 98 A Hidden Secret: lime working in East Kilbride and Thorntonhall Yes
Issue 98 'The best thing of its kind ever produced': an introduction to the Book of the Bazaar Yes
Issue 98 Well Tended Fields: the tenant farms and farmers of the Castlemilk Estate, Lanarkshire, from the fifteenth century to 1938 Yes
Issue 98 What ruefu' chance has twin'd ye o' your stately trees?: historical maps and a poetic chronical of Drumlanrig Woods Yes
Issue 98 Emigration to the 'Argyll Colony' in North Carolina: Antrim flaxseed traders and government obstruction Yes
Issue 98 A short history of Alfred Nobel's Westquarter, Falkirk Works Yes
Issue 98 Note 1: Scotland's Red Cross Week, 2-8 July 1917 Yes
Issue 98 Note 2: Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway Mileposts Yes
Issue 99 Hawick Hut Week, November 1918 Yes
Issue 99 The Orphan Hospital in Edinburgh: striving for respectability Yes
Issue 99 The Mitchell Library, Glasgow: a social history of its early years Yes
Issue 99 Late Eighteenth Century 'Right to Roam' and 'Right of Way': John Glassford versus local residents of South West Stirlingshire Yes
Issue 99 John Keppie, Architect Yes
Issue 99 Note 1: Thomas Legerwood Lately, an outstanding church musician Yes
Issue 99 Note 2: New Finds on the Site of the Ellangowan Paper Mill Yes
Issue 99 Note 3: Stone Sleepers of the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway Yes
Issue 99 Note 4: The Paragon Works, Dundas Estate, Queensferry Yes
Issue 99 Note 5: 'The Ecstasy of Great Speed!' In search of J Steel - a snapshot of Scottish motor cycling in 1913-14 Yes