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Scottish Military Uniforms

Publisher: ScotPress

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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD
Publisher: ScotPress

This CD is one in the "Sourcebook" series, which present on one disc a variety of materials on a given topic. This particular sourcebook brings together a wide selection of articles dealing with some aspect of Scottish military uniforms and weaponry. Included are:

  1. "The Armament of the Clans"
  2. "The Black Watch Tartan," by H.D. MacWilliam
  3. "Celtic Art on Scottish Pistols," by Joseph R. Mayer
  4. "The Earliest Bronze Swords in Britain and their Origin on the Continent of Europe"
  5. "Notices of the Highland Dress and Armour"
  6. "The Highland Sword," by W. Drummond-Norie
  7. "The Uniforms of the Jacobite Army," by Bruce Seton
  8. "Highland Military Dress," by Maj. I. H. Mackay Scobie
  9. "Early Scots Military Uniforms"
  10. "Note on the Proclamation for disarming of the Highlands in 1746"
  11. "The First Uniform Tartan"
  12. "Royal Company of Archers -- The First Tartan Uniform"

This CD consists of scans of the original books or artcles, which can be browsed, enlarged and printed if required. Please note: it is not searchable.

Any computer using Adobe (Acrobat) Reader 4 or later

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