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Hugh Savage (1918-96) had the greatest hatred for a system of society that denies there is any such thing as society, that stigmatises the needy, that practises the philosophy of greed and encourages the triumph of the powerful. Hence he became an activ 
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Manipulation of the history of the city of Glasgow is a constant stream flowing from the political leaders towards the populace. Born up a Close - memoirs of a Brigton Boy posthumously challenges that version of history, just as its author did in life. 
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Edna Robertson has written a powerful biography of a nineteenth century medical pioneer. Using family papers including Christie's letters to his brother Andrew in Kilmarnock and other sources, she does not shirk from the realities of Zanzibar before pub 
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The outstandingly successful Far from the Rowan Tree is the story of the Gillies family's brave migration to Canada in the 1950s. Facing the harshness and contrasts of life in the Prairie lands of Alberta, like many immigrants, the Gillies made out agains 
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Muir's contribution, argues Hector MacMillan in this challenging reassessment, can not be understood divorced from a background of popular demand, both nationally and internationally, for a radical renegotiation of the contract between Governors and Gover 
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A life story that takes the reader from World War I Glasgow through 1940s and 50s New York to modern day Washington DC. In between, Helen Lillie's life has mirrored the march of women from domestic appendage to independent citizen. 
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Marcel Péroche writes a beguiling memoir of how he rose through the ranks of the French railway system to drive the majestic Pacific Class locomotives. These drivers were known in France as 'Les senateurs'. 
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In 1995 Helen Percy, a young Church of Scotland minister in an outwardly idyllic rural parish was raped by one of her congregation. But instead of the rapist being put on trial, she was – by fellow Church members, ministers, the media and powerful forces 
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Sex on the Rates is a memoir of how Dr Libby Wilson became a pioneer of family planning services in London and most notably in Sheffield. She later arrived in Glasgow to take up her first job in Sexually Transmitted Diseases (the VD clinic). With a sensit 
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Extraordinary things unfold in Stirring the Dust. A corpse left unburied for fear of infection; a paranormal great-great aunt; bigamous and incestuous marriages; a runaway wife and her gypsy rover. Dramatic episodes in the past are linked with the pres 
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Henry Bell (1767-1830) was the pioneer of steamship navigation. His famous Comet steamship successfully sailed upstream from Greenock in 1811. This is the first proper biography of the man who introduced the steamship into practical commercial service. Re 
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Cathy McCormack's family came from Glasgow's Gorbals. They later moved to one of Europe's largest public housing schemes. The Wee Yellow Butterfly is Cathy McCormack's inspiring story of how, from unpromising beginnings, she has spent her lif 
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In her autobiographical Far from the Rowan Tree, Margaret Gillies Brown wrote about the Gillies family's migration to 1950s Canada. Its sequel Around the Rowan Tree established her further as a popular writer of wide appeal. Her strength is writing simply 
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Described as one of the most interesting men now living in Scotland, Paul Henderson Scott's twentieth century life has covered many diverse aspects. 
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Marion Campbell of Kilberry was an extraordinary woman who led an unusual life. Her beginnings, though externally privileged, were burdened by expectation and the poisoned chalice of a failing family estate. 
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In 1995 Helen Percy, a young Church of Scotland minister in an outwardly idyllic rural parish was raped by one of her congregation. But instead of the rapist being put on trial, she was – by fellow Church members, ministers, the media and powerful forces

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