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Jenny Eeles May 17
We did a thing 😁 Alex helped with editing the frames for the Edinburgh Castle with Flag animation. Need a wee Scottish melody behind it. Anyone able & willing to help with that will be credited & receive () Mormaer tier goodies.
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Scottish History May 23
1701: The execution of Scottish sailor and privateer William Kidd at Wapping, England, after being found guilty of murder and piracy.
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Clan MacFarlane May 23
RT : A bible belonging to Massachusetts soldier Francis Merrifield Printed in Edinburgh. After battle of Bunker Hill Merrifield wrote inside of his thanks to god that he survived. in Philly
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Clan MacFarlane May 21
Join us this Saturday& Sunday in Coasta Mesa, CA, USA 🇺🇸 for ScottishFest. Stop by the tent and say hello to Commissioner Diana MacFarlane. * *
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WILD Presentations May 19
Replying to @shootsfilm
On a complete side note, when in the Abernethy area, ask (RSPB wardens) to see the ancient Caledonian Pines that bear the scars of 'sap-tapping' - used I believe for candles. These are 100's of years old but still clearly visible on some of the oldest 'Grannies'
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Industrial Revolutions Pod May 23
This statue at the grave of Charles Tennant is a testament to his accomplishments in life. He was the largest chemical manufacturer in the world in his time. . . .
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Veni Vidi Vicki May 24
Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, Caithness. One of the earliest seats of Clan Sinclair, the ruins are comprised of two castles: Castle Girnigoe (15th century) and Castle Sinclair (17th century). - -
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Jenny Eeles May 23
I'm dead proud o' wur wee animation, as simple as it is 😊 Started out as the scanned picture from with the noise removed & big Saltire added 😁
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The Scottish Banner May 25
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Jenny Eeles May 22
History of Serjeant Archy Stewart. I love this story, regardless of it's military nature, as it succinctly captures the culture shock of a Scots Highlander put into an English regiment of the British Army.
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deadlinenews May 24
The letter was signed 300 years before the Geneva Convention 😮
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Scotline Tours May 18
Discovering the history of Glencoe is one of the most gripping parts of our highland tours... Now, the National Trust for Scotland are attempting to uncover the true story behind the infamous massacre of 1692.
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Industrial Revolutions Pod May 23
Charles Tennant (1768-1838) came out of the textile trade to industrialize chemicals with chlorine, including bleaching powder. Learn more about him in Chapter 15 of the (follow link in bio) .
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Luath Press May 18
Day 3 of 🌄 brush up on your Scottish history as you walk with these books by Rob Gibson and exploring the Highland Clearances and following Robert the Bruce and Bonnie Prince Charlie
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Laura Davidson May 20
Today's work came with a pretty okay view!
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Marta Olmos May 17
“The promotion of junior members of David II’s chivalric crusading cadre at the expense of the great magnates” - Boardman on the failings on David II. Nothing better than finding the perfect secondary source for my research!
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Edinburgh University Press May 24
The Celts in the Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds conference at is underway - have you picked up your flyer yet?
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Leigh Kandzior 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 May 24
Colonel Anne Documentary Trailer. Edited by Liucija Selvestraviciute @ Scottish Highlands
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Clan MacFarlane May 19
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