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Agriculture, Economy and Society in Early Modern Scotland

May 6, 2017
Scottish History, University of Edinburgh & University of Dundee: The Carnegie Trust

Augustine United Church
41 George IV Bridge EH1 1EL
United Kingdom

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Researching history of Scottish agriculture, especially teinds (tithes), 1500-1750. Carnegie funded. Day conference 6 May!

The conference will be convened by Professor T. C. Smout (University of St Andrews), H. M. Historiographer Royal for Scotland.  Professor Smout has made many contributions to the social, economic and environmental history of Scotland.  His most celebrated book, A History of the Scottish People, 1560-1830, has been continuously in print since 1969

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May 5, 2017, 5:00pm BST

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