Should contain sites that deal with items related to and containing information on the history of Scotland. Submissions that contain historical details that are specific to a single particular area of Scotland should be listed at a local level.
An online learning and research resource of digitised archives for the language, culture and history of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. English and Gaelic versions.
Scottish history, including articles on famous people and battles, information about places to visit in Scotland, a timeline and historical documents.
Covers the history of Scotland from mysterious ancestors to the modern day, with a focus on religion and Scotland's relations with Europe and England. Includes a multi-media gallery.
The National Library of Scotland presents the first atlas of Scotland, containing 49 engraved maps and 154 pages of descriptive text, translated from Latin into English for the first time.
Discussion of the illustrated Gospel from the early Columban monastery at Old Deer in Aberdeenshire, with entries in Scottish Gaelic written c.1135.
This section of the large Britannia includes an encyclopaedia of famous Scots and a timeline of Scottish history by Peter N. Williams.
History of Scottish clans, tartans, and culture.
Offers information on early Scottish history, battles, culture, literature, music and Scots abroad.
Short biographies of some of the early Celtic Saints and medieval history of the church in Scotland.
Includes articles on Scottish and Celtic history, and Medieval battles.
Illustrated magazine covering all aspects of Scotland's history and heritage.
Listing history, origins, activities and events.
Historical re-enactment group which aims to recreate various aspects of life in Scotland in the past.
A collection of articles by Sharon L. Krossa, including such topics as handfasting, kilts, William Wallace, and Robert Bruce. Also a bibliography and links for Scottish medieval names, clothing, history, and literature.
Historical information relating to significant events in Scotland from The Highland Clearances up to the 20th century. Also contains other historical information about workhouses, and of concentration camps and mass graves, sources quoted.
Chronological listings grouped in year bands dating from before 1700. Search facilities, pictures and associated information are included.
Various sections include news, culture and traditions, ideas and ingenuity.
An introduction to Scottish feudal baronies with a list of them covering the period 1544-1699.
On-line tuition from The National Records of Scotland in palaeography for researchers who have problems reading historical records.
Historical images of Scotland, and the Scottish People. Looking at the prehistoric, medieval, Pictish and Celtic history of Scotland, which goes back over 8,000 years. Also includes the Scottish History Club which encourages people to interact with others with a passion for Scotland Past.
Offered by Cumbernauld College, Scotland include Wallace and Bruce, the Jacobite rebellions and social and industrial changes in Scotland 1700 to 1850. Links to Scottish history sites.
Information on mining areas of Scotland including lists of names of miners killed in accidents.
Based at the University of St Andrews, aims to create a digital edition of the acts of the pre 1707 Scottish Parliament, and a three volume History of the Scottish Parliament.
Provides a focal point for faculty, students and members of the community interested in exploring Scottish history and culture and the impact of Scots on other cultures and nations, including in particular Canada.
Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network, multimedia resources on history and culture in Scotland.
Contemporary accounts of the economic and social state of Scotland around the time of the Industrial Revolution. This web service provides free access to page images of the Accounts.
Explains the origins of the barony in the feudal system, the function of baronial courts, and related history and heraldry.
A scholarly investigation of the history of the name Papay or Pabbay, meaning ‘the island of the priests’ in the Northern and Western Isles. Includes a full bibliography.
Online audio archive, with transcripts, of items from the School's collection of oral history; includes features, stories, legends, songs, and a gallery of old photos.
Extensive links to history resources sorted by topic and chronological period, from the WWW Virtual Library Network.
Scottish Celtic and Medieval European history and culture information hosted by two historians in a friendly, positive group.
Professional research into all aspects of Scottish history. Provides details of services and charges.
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