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WALKS IN SHADOWS - Historical Interpreter

18th century interpretation of colonial and revolutionary America on the Pennsylvania frontier.

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Skyelander's Scottish History Rating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 Times

Official website of historian Robert M. Gunn. Scottish and Celtic history plus a history forum.

(Added By: TheCarolinaScotsman On: 31st Dec 1969 Viewed: 273 )

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Rock Art in the British Landscape

A groups website about prehistoric rock art in Scotland and England. A true meeting place for all who are interested in these mysterious, non-figurative rockcarvings. Made with stone tools in the late Stone- and early Bronze Age by our ancient ancestors. After 5000 years they are still there to explore. This website is a friendly entering point. We hope to see you soon.

(Added By: rockartuk1 On: 31st Dec 1969 Viewed: 267 )

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Skye's Scottish & Celtic history discussion forums

Hello to all!

We are going into our 10th year of running messageboard and mailing lists about Scottish history and culture and would like to take this opportunity to invite anyone who is interested in Scottish, Celtic and medieval history and culture (serious discussion ranging from beginner to advanced) to join us - for free - at our fully interactive forums.

I'm a medieval historian and writer, and we have other talented writers and contributers on these forums. We welcome all who are interested in learning more about Scotland, Ireland, Wales, ancient Celts and even England (!) with some Viking medieval history thrown in for balance. We are looking for members who won't just lurk but who will participate. Ask questions; get involved in history and culture discussions or just use the general forums for great and friendly chat. We are a nice group, never allowing flaming or irritating people. Almost like a friends and family atmosphere, not an academic one.

So, if you are a history buff, or just enjoy reading and talking about Scotland, Celtic history and related topics, please accept this invitation to join us. To do this, just use the link below, register at the board (using the link at the top right), log in and join us in all the history and culture of our great heritage.


Hope to read you there. :)

Robert M. Gunn, MA
Editor, ScotWeb history
>Scottish, Celtic and Medieval history Online discussions

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(Added By: Skyelander On: 31st Dec 1969 Viewed: 380 )

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150th Combat Engineer Battalion

The 150th Combat Engineer Battalion was formed in New England, back in 1943. Unlike most military groups, it consisted mostly of men drafted in the New England area. They took their Basic Training together at Fort Devens, Massachusetts, and served together during the war. They made the first assault crossings of the Rhine River, and did many other notable things to help us in winning the war. They are one of the few small units that received a Presidential Unit Citation. They also have one of the few American Soldiers who were awarded the British Medal.

(Added By: Macfive On: 31st Dec 1969 Viewed: 389 )

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Pictyavia Visitor Centre

Discover the story of Scotland's ancient Pictish tribes, a warrior people who lived in Scotland nearly two thousand years ago. Pictavia Visitor Centre, just off the A90 at Brecin, Angus, Scotland, tells the story of the picts including the battle of Dunnichen, the riddles of the stones, the music and guides you to Pictish sites in the surrounding countryside. Pictavia - land of the Picts.

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James Boswell - a guide

A guide to James Boswell (1740-1795), including 220+ biographies of his friends and acquaintances.

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Scotland History - A Complate Resource Guide Rating: 9 / 1 TimesRating: 9 / 1 TimesRating: 9 / 1 TimesRating: 9 / 1 TimesRating: 9 / 1 Times

This website is intended to be a resource for lovers of Scottish history and culture. Within you will find information on specific topics such as religion, royalty, and battles, along with suggested reading material.

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