3 edition of Teaching local history in Lanarkshire found in the catalog.
Teaching local history in Lanarkshire
Gordon McAndrew Wilson
|Statement||by Gordon M. Wilson.|
|Series||Publication -- no.2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi,84p., plate :|
|Number of Pages||84|
South Lanarkshire Council, Hamilton, South Lanarkshire. 34K likes. News and information from your local council. This page is only monitored during office hours. E-books. eBooks and eAudio books are available free, 24/7, to members of South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture Libraries. Access them from wherever you connect to the internet. To borrow or just browse click here and log on using your library borrower number and PIN.
North Lanarkshire Archives collects and preserves the historical records of North Lanarkshire, covering the areas of Airdrie, Bellshill, Coatbridge, Cumbernauld, Kilsyth, Motherwell, Shotts, Stepps and Wishaw.. Visit the archives to research your family history, the history of your house or your local area. We also welcome enquiries by telephone, e-mail and letter. Council Headquarters. South Lanarkshire Council Headquarters. The Council Headquarters building, on Almada Street, Hamilton, was built as the Lanark County Buildings in , and designed by Lanark council architect D G Bannerman.
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Local History. Glasgow Memorials An old book available online with a lot of Glasgow history and illustrations. Old Glasgow Pubs History and location of old pubs and their landlords where possible.
Maps. Old Lanarkshire Maps Many old maps of Lanarkshire, mostly of Glasgow. Medical Records. Glasgow Smallpox Vaccination Registers Lanarkshire OS Name Books, These volumes provide information on the place names found in the county of Lanarkshire between The columns of these ledgers include the place name, any variant name and spellings, map sheet numbers and descriptive remarks.
Use this site to further your Lanarkshire research. Check out our Publications List; see the society's own publications including Monumental Inscriptions, Death Records, and various CDs covering all of Lanarkshire's Parishes. We also stock many additional Books, CDs, Alan Godfrey Maps, Stenlake Books and Family Tree Charts.
Lanarkshire records. Blantyre United Presbyterian Church Baptisms - £ View Details. Extraction of baptisms for Blantyre United Presbyterian Church - NRS Reference CH3//6.
This record set contains 36 entries (in PDF format), and. The official archive of the UK government. Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone.
South Lanarkshire's rich past and tracing your family tree VE day celebrations South Lanarkshire Councils and information | Community and recreation | Local and family history.
Lanarkshire's Lost Railways by Gordon Stansfield,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Mount Vernon, Glasgow - (Mount Vernon - Lanarkshire) Anciently known as Windyedge (or variations of)in many historical documents. The land was purchased from the trustees of John Pitcairn by a merchant called Robert Boyd in and renamed to Mount Vernon by him in the spring of It is thought the new name was in honour of the famous Admiral Edward Vernon.
Administrative history. Lanarkshire was historically divided between two administrative areas. In the midth century it was divided again into three wards: the upper, middle and lower wards with their administrative centres at Lanark, Hamilton and Glasgow, respectively, and remained this way until the Local Government Act of Local history provides rich opportunities to engage children in their immediate local area and understand their own history and how history contributes to a greater overall understanding and bigger picture.
In this section you will find articles, guides, and resources to enable you to make local history. Lanarkshire consists of 50 parishes and, for civil purposes, is divided into the Upper, Middle and Lower wards, each under a sub-sheriff based at Lanark, Hamilton, and Glasgow.
The county includes the royal burghs of Glasgow, Rutherglen, and Lanark, and eight towns and numerous villages. When a tree is cut down and reveals its naked death-wound to the sun, one can read its whole history in the luminous, inscribed disk of its trunk: in the rings of its years, its scars, all the struggle, all the suffering, all the sickness, all the happiness and prosperity stand truly written, the narrow years and the luxurious years, the attacks withstood, the storms g: Lanarkshire.
Extract from John Thomson's Atlas of Scotland Reproduced by permission of the National Library of Scotland If you are researching your family history, or interested in finding out more about the hospitals in Lanarkshire you can get in touch with North Lanarkshire Archives at [email protected] with any questions.
North Lanarkshire Archives, situated in. A record of the descendants of John Alexander, of Lanarkshire, Scotland, and his wife, Margaret Glasson: The Barony of Cleghorne: A.D.
Lanarkshire, Scotland to the family of Claghorn, A.D. United States of America: View all Lanarkshire Stories, Memories & Histories (7). Explore our popular collection of classroom resources and activity ideas for teaching history.
Local history, heritage and family history Our four main libraries, Hamilton Town House Library, East Kilbride Central Library, Rutherglen Library and Lanark Library all have family history and local history resources to help anyone interested in researching their family tree or researching the history of Lanarkshire and its parishes.
Lanarkshire probably became an administrative region during the reign of David I (–53). The county was the scene of several notable episodes in Scottish history. The Scottish nationalist William Wallace attacked the garrison at Lanark in South Lanarkshire Council aims to engage with parents and young people from Gypsy/Travelling communities and improve educational outcomes.
GTEG identified the need to have an alternative education provision that offers bespoke and staged intervention opportunities for Gypsy/Travelling young people and their families. Industrial towns. Lanarkshire, with both Glasgow and rich coal mines, was a powerhouse of the Industrial Revolution as much as Lancashire was, and remains an eminent industrial centre even now that the coal has declined.
Glasgow, on the Clyde, is one of Britain's greatest cities, built up by the industrial revolution, transatlantic trade and the shipyards. Northern Part of Lanarkshire. Southern Part. Thomson, John, ca. Johnson, William, fl. Local and family history → Family history and genealogy Researching your family tree can be fascinating and thanks to TV programmes such as Who Do You Think You Are, more and more people are delving into the past.Lanarkshire Family History Society, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire.
K likes. Non-Profit Organisation. Registered Scottish Charity. Ideas and practical activities to create a local history study and support other curriculum areas. Use your local history as a teaching resource for cross-curricular work covering history, literacy, art, geography and maths; wherever you live and whatever period or geography your local history .