Emigration from Scotland Between the Wars
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Emigration from Scotland Between the Wars

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Emigration from Scotland has always been very high. However, emigration from Scotland between the wars surpassed all records; more people emigrated than were born, leading to an overall population decline. Why was it so many people left?

Marjory Harper, whose knowledge is grounded in a deep understanding of the local records, maps out the many factors which worked togeth

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Paperback, 264 pages
Published July 15th 2009 by Manchester University Press (first published February 15th 1999)
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