Friday, 1 April 2011

Electric Scotland update

Books being transcribed and hosted on the Electric Scotland website currently include:

The Flag in the Wind
Geikie's Etchings
Historical Tales of the Wars of Scotland
Glencreggan: or A Highland Home in Cantire
Kay's Edinburgh Portraits
Traditions of Perth
Glasgow and it's Clubs
Robert Burns Lives!
John Clay - A Scottish Farmer
Berwick upon Tweed
Old Church Life in Scotland
Places of Interest about Girvan
Fishermen and Fishing Ways
Poems of George Alexander Rodger
The Complete Scotland
The Correspondence of an Old Scotch Factor
The Making of our Mother Tongue
Beth's Newfangled Family Tree
Lochs and Glens - March 2011
The Social Condition of the Poor in Glasgow

For more, visit Alastair MacIntyre's latest newsletter at www.electricscotland.org/showthread.php/1556-Newsletter-1st-April-2011

Chris

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