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The roles of the Scots and Scotch-Irishmen in the southern campaigns in the War of American Independence, 1780-1783
(University of St Andrews, 1979) - Thesis
The roles played by the Southern Scots and Scotch-Irish in the War of American Independence have been generally neglected by American and European historians. If any reference at all is made to persons of Scottish heritage, ...
The Suez Canal and the trends of British trade to and from the Middle and the Far East in the period 1854 - 1966
(University of St Andrews, 1968-03) - Thesis
The history of London Town, Maryland : a case study of an eighteenth-century Chesapeake tobacco port and its role in the colonial maritime economy
(University of St Andrews, 2003) - Thesis
Presented herein is a detailed study of London Town, a tobacco port in Anne Arundel County, Maryland established during the British colonial period in North America. Long defunct, the town has been the subject of archaeological ...
A cycle of American educational reform : Garfield and Bellingham High Schools in the state of Washington, 1958-1983
(University of St Andrews, 2004) - Thesis
This thesis examines the educational experience from 1958 to 1983 in two Washington State high schools: Bellingham High School and Garfield High School, Seattle. It focuses on what happened to the structure, curriculum ...
Phantoms of Anglo-Confederate commerce : an historical and archaeological investigation of American civil war blockade running
(University of St Andrews, 1997) - Thesis
During the American Civil War Wilmington, North Carolina and the Bermudian ports of St. Georges and Hamilton served as vital links in a complex trading network that developed to facilitate the exchange of southern agricultural ...
The mobilisation and transmission of memories within the Pied-Noir and Harki communities, 1962-2007
(University of St Andrews, 2010-06-24) - Thesis
Focusing on the legacies of the Algerian War of Independence (1954-62), this thesis challenges the perception that this was the ‘war without a name’ by exploring the ways in which memories have been preserved, mobilised, ...
Catholic religious controversy and the French marketplace of print, 1535-1572
(University of St Andrews, 2013) - Thesis
This thesis is an examination of Catholic religious controversial publication in France between 1535 and 1572. Although this encompassed a period of great political and religious turmoil, the Catholic publications of these ...
In the belly of the bear? : Soviet-Iranian relations during the reign of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
(University of St Andrews, 2015) - Thesis
The question mark of the project's title alludes to a critical reexamination of Soviet- Iranian relations during the period and aims to offer an original contribution to scholarship in the field by exploring an aspect ...
The impact of European fur trade goods on some aspects of North American Indian clothing, 1560-1860
(University of St Andrews, 1996-07) - Thesis
This thesis examines the impact of European trade goods on some aspects of North American Indian clothing. Sources include historical archives, artefacts, and artistic representations as well as the conclusions of ...
Northwest Germany, Lippe, and the empire in early modern times : an analysis of small states and of federalism in the later Holy Roman Empire
(University of St Andrews, 1970) - Thesis