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Villages of Glasgow: The South Side (udgave 2002)

af Aileen Smart

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This work covers the dozen or so villages on Glasgow's south side to present an up-to-date picture of life there through the years. New material has been introduced to most chapters, and a map of each village is included. This is the story of how old villages were expanded and new villages formed to house the workforces for particular industries; for example Govanhill, laid out by William Dixon for coal miners and skilled ironworkers brought from Shropshire. It is also a glimpse into the industries, events, and famous (and infamous) residents: the railway men at Corkerhill and Polmadie; the women munition workers at Cathcart and Cardonald; the 47 children in a two-roomed adventure school in Gorbals, some accommodated in the kitchen bed; and the moments of deep despair when a whole community was bereaved by a disaster in a pit or on the river.… (mere)
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Titel:Villages of Glasgow: The South Side
Forfattere:Aileen Smart
Info:John Donald Publishers Ltd (2002), Edition: Revised, Paperback, 256 pages
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This work covers the dozen or so villages on Glasgow's south side to present an up-to-date picture of life there through the years. New material has been introduced to most chapters, and a map of each village is included. This is the story of how old villages were expanded and new villages formed to house the workforces for particular industries; for example Govanhill, laid out by William Dixon for coal miners and skilled ironworkers brought from Shropshire. It is also a glimpse into the industries, events, and famous (and infamous) residents: the railway men at Corkerhill and Polmadie; the women munition workers at Cathcart and Cardonald; the 47 children in a two-roomed adventure school in Gorbals, some accommodated in the kitchen bed; and the moments of deep despair when a whole community was bereaved by a disaster in a pit or on the river.

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