The fishing industry in Scotland has a long history stretching back to medieval times. Fish was exported to continental Europe and fishing communities developed along the coastline. The herring industry accounted for a large proportion of the trade, both at home and abroad, reaching a peak in 1907. Two World Wars and the over-exploitation of […]
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Scotland has a long tradition of defending its territory, both from external threats and in internal disputes over religion, territory and resources. Examples abound, and an excellent website for visitors has been created by Undiscovered Scotland at www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/usscotfax/history/military.html. The following list covers museums relating to the Battle of Culloden (1746), the Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815) and […]
Knitting reached Scotland in the 18th century. Originally a male dominated occupation, it was taken up in succeeding centuries by men, women and children.