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General Scottish Mining Website

2018-1-9 · Historical accounts of the Mining Industry: Among The Fife Miners by Kellogg Durland . Durland was an American journalist and social reformer who spent 4 months living and working with the miners

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Collections Trust Biographies National Mining Museum

The book contains the results of research carried out over many years, and reflects his long-standing interest in coal mining, and in Scotland’s mining communities. David Seath After graduating from Heriot-Watt University, joined the National Coal Board rising through various managerial roles at collieries in Ayrshire, Fife, Lothians and Stirlingshire.

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Education Scottish Mining Website

2018-1-9 · William Barrowman, 16 years of age, from Kinneil Iron Works, Bo’ness; 2nd class. James Smart, 34 years of age, from Newton Colliery, near Glasgow; 2nd class. James Millar, 25 years of age, from Mr. Russell's Collieries, Wishaw; 3rd class. Robert

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Lists of Mines Scottish Mining Website

2018-1-9 · These are listed below. We will be concentrating our efforts in compiling lists on years which are not already covered elsewhere. Year. Website. 1854. Scottish Mining Website (list of collieries) 1860. Scottish Mining Website (list of collieries) 1866.

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Mining Terms Scottish Mining Website

2018-1-9 · James Barrowman (c1849 to 1933), was a mining engineer, mineral factor on the Duke of Hamilton's estate and later secretary of the Mining Institute of Scotland. Mining Occupations For some useful fuller descriptions of various colliery occupations, see the Special Rules on the Colliery Rules page

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About National Mining Museum

We also have a collection of over 17,000 photographs covering the history of the Scottish collieries and their communities. The library is open to researchers by appointment on Thursdays. The Scottish Mining Museum Trust is registered in Scotland. Registered Office: Pagan Osborne, 55 Queen Street, Edinburgh EH2 3PA. Registered No. SCO88361

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National Mining Museum

2011-6-17 · Mining Memorials; Nationalisation; On Behalf of the People; Learning. Children’s Art Week 2020; Learning at Home with National Mining Museum Scotland; Nursery & Primary Workshops; Secondary School Workshops; International Group Visits; Loan Boxes Reminiscence at Home; Projects; What’s On. Events; About Us. Gala Days; News; Trustees; Collections Trust Biographies

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Ian Rankin Biography, Books, & Facts Britannica

2021-4-24 · Ian Rankin, in full Ian James Rankin, pseudonym Jack Harvey, (born April 28, 1960, Cardenden, Fife, Scotland), Scottish best-selling crime novelist, creator of the Inspector Rebus series.(For Rankin’s reflections on the Scottish capital, see Edinburgh: A City of Stories.) Rankin grew up in a small coal-mining

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Margaret Anderson Archives Heritage House

Margaret J. Anderson was born on Christmas Eve in a small Scottish mining town where her father was the Presbyterian minister. Margaret has co-authored three Nature Discovery books, written biographies with her daughter, Karen Stephenson, and collaborated on a book with archaeologist Gwinn Vivian. Margaret lives in Corvallis, Oregon, with her husband Norm and four children, Richard, Judith

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Scottish Mining Website The Road to Drumleman

On browsing through the Scottish Mining Website I came across the following extract relating to the death of Charles Armour, who was killed on 10th November 1875, at the Drumlemble pit, aged 30. “Fatal Coal Pit Accident At Campbeltown Charles Armour, a collier, residing at Macarananish [sic], died on Wednesday from injuries received in Trodigall [sic] Coal Pit, Campbeltown, the day previous.

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time mining the rich quarry of information they contain

time mining the rich quarry of information they contain about MPS and Political biographies of nineteenth-century Scots are hardly a prominent Duncan McLaren (1800-86), a true giant in the Victorian Scottish political cosmos, is to be warmly welcomed. The self-made and self-educated scion of a Highland family, McLaren built a prosperous

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Coal Mining A Pennsylvania Dutch Genealogy

Scottish Mining Website Kris Hocker on 2 Feb 2012 I learned a lot about mining from the Scottish Mining website —including the fact that Alexander Buchanan died as a result of injuries from a coal pit accident.

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The Scots British & Irish immigration, 1840-1914

Since the vast majority of the Scottish population lived in the lowlands, it is not surprising that this area was the origin of about 60% of New Zealand's Scots immigrants. The only change was a slight shift from the East Lowlands around Edinburgh to the West Lowlands around Glasgow. This may reflect in the early years the influence of

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Murray Capital About Us Murray Capital

Murray Capital Group is the private investment office of the Murray Family, headquartered in Edinburgh, Scotland. The company is wholly owned by the family. We manage only our own money and invest off our balance sheet with no third-party funding. This allows us to take a flexible and long-term approach to managing our portfolio.

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ALISON (EILLEY) ORAM BOWERS Nevada Women's

Alison (Eilley) Oram was born on Septrmber 6, 1826 in the Royal Burgh of Forfar, Scotland, located in the eastern Scottish countryside. At the young age of fifteen, she married nineteen-year- old Stephen Hunter of Fishcross, Clackmannan, Scotland. After six years of marriage, Stephen converted to the relatively new religion of the Church of

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Iain H. Murray Books Banner of Truth USA

Born in England in 1931, Iain Murray studied history and philosophy at the University of Durham and considered becoming an English Presbyterian Church minister. While at the university, though, he read material written by the Puritans and began assisting at St. John’s Free Church in Oxford. While there, he served as the first editor of The Banner of Truth magazine. From 1956-1959, he served

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THE GLOBAL CRISIS Greenpeace

2019-3-8 · Biographies 4 ROBERT ALVAREZ an Associate Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, in Washington DC. the impact of uranium mining on the native peoples of Saskatchewan, Canada. BERNARD LAPONCHE and policy adviser to the Scottish & UK Nuclear Free Lo-cal Authorities. Until April 2004 he was a nuclear cam-

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MAUDE FRAZIER Nevada Women's History Project

Maude Frazer died in her sleep on June 20, 1963. Governor Grant Sawyer said, “I was shocked and greatly saddened by the news of Maude Frazier’s death. In her long career of public service, I can think of no one who contributed more to the welfare of the citizens of

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