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The Sutherland Estate, 1850-1920 : aristocratic decline, estate management and land reform

Author: Annie Tindley
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©2010.
Series: Scottish historical review monographs series, 18
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From the mid-nineteenth century until the end of World War I, the Sutherland Estate was the largest landed estate in western Europe; at 1.1 million acres, the ducal family owned almost the entire county of Sutherland as well as a further 30,000 acres in England. The estate was owned by the dukes of Sutherland, who were among the richest patrician landowners of the period; from the early nineteenth century, however,  Read more...
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History
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Tindley, Annie.
Sutherland Estate, 1850-1920.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©2010
(OCoLC)540161306
Named Person: Sutherland family.; Sutherland family.
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Annie Tindley
ISBN: 9780748642670 0748642676
OCLC Number: 655807774
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 190 pages).
Contents: Cover; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter One 'The condition of its peasantry is wonderfully higher in every respect': The Sutherland Estate, 1850-701; Chapter Two 'A failure in every sense of the word': The Sutherland Reclamations, 1869-93; Chapter Three 'Agitation amounting to legalised coercion': The Sutherland Estate 1880-61; Chapter Four 'Gladstone has much to answer for': The Sutherland Estate, 1886-961; Chapter Five 'Unstained were the diadems Cromarty wore': The Sutherland Estate, 1897-19201.
Series Title: Scottish historical review monographs series, 18
Responsibility: Annie Tindley.

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This volume is a study of the Sutherland Estate, one of the most famous landed estates in the Highlands and Britain as a whole, principally for its leading role in the Highland Clearances of the  Read more...

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This is gripping and uncommonly readable Highland history, derived from insider sources, and by one of the new generation of historians of the north of Scotland. -- Professor Eric Richards, Flinders Read more...

 
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