6 edition of Victorian Dundee found in the catalog.
August 1, 2002
by Tuckwell Press, Ltd.
Written in English
|Contributions||Bob Harris (Editor), Louise Miskell (Editor), Christopher A. Whatley (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||238|
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This article approaches newspaper poetry via the local and (relatively) small-scale, by analyzing the presence of poetry in three newspapers published in Victorian Scotland—the Dundee Courier, the Dundee Advertiser, and the Dundee, Perth and Forfar People’s Journal—in a brief but vital period for their development, – 4 These were. The Victorians were the harbingers of the modern age, their society driven by curiosity, a zeal for invention, and an enormous appetite for economic and imperial consumption. The boiler room of the era was stoked furiously, and its frequent combustions produced advances in everything from science and philosophy to industry and architecture. By the end [ ].
The publisher DC Thomson has been in Dundee since the midth century and is now Dundee’s largest employer. The Thomas family firm was previously established in shipping, but during the midth century began to take an interest in publishing. In William Thomson bought the Dundee Courier, and so began the family’s journey into journalism. Book reveals the stories behind Broughty Ferry’s historic streets. “We do know in Victorian times it was a ruin in the grounds of Dunalistair Gardens.” become a .
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Burden Shared: The Dundee Murders (Detective Mendick Victorian Crime Book 0)/5(8). This book, the first edition of which attracted very favourable reviews, reveals aspects of Dundee that have been hidden from history.
This second, extended edition of Victorian Dundee: Image and Realities goes further than the edition in challenging myth-history.
Included are two altogether new chapters.4/5(1). Victorian Dundee: a city grown prosperous on more than a century's lead in linen production and for a time the world's jute capital - 'Juteopolis'.
But textile production was accompanied by a strong sense of civic pride, some remarkable architectural triumphs and perhaps a surprising enthusiasm for public and private art. Altering Images of the Industrial City: The Case of James Myles, the `Factory Boy', and Mid-Victorian Dundee / Christopher A.
Whatley `From the Grampians to the Firth of Forth': The Development of the Dundee Royal Infirmary / Lorraine Walsh `An Insurrection of Maids': Domestic Servants and the Agitation of / Jan Merchant The interactive Scottish History Site of BBC Online.
Towards the end of the Victorian era, Dundee was famous for its three Js - Jute, Jam and Journalism. Dundee (/ d ʌ n ˈ d iː / (); Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Dè or Dùn Dèagh [ˈt̪uːn tʲeː]) is Scotland's fourth-largest city and the 51st-most-populous built-up area in the United Kingdom.
The mid-year population estimate for wasgiving Dundee a population density of 2,/km 2 or 6,/sq mi, the second-highest in Scotland. It lies within the eastern central Lowlands on the Country: Scotland. Bookseller Notes Price; 1.
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Victorian Dundee: a city grown prosperous on more than a century's lead in linen production and for a time the world's jute capital - 'Juteopolis'. But textile production was accompanied by a strong sense of civic pride, some remarkable architectural triumphs and perhaps a surprising Pages: This volume represents a scholarly challenge to Dundee’s traditional image as a town overshadowed by the jute industry, abandoned by its wealthy middle classes and characterized by social strife and architectural ugliness.
The book brings together new research on the activities of Dundee’s businessmen, civic elites, intellectuals, social reformers, urban planners and working. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Victorian Dundee. Dundee: Dundee University Press, (DLC) Material Type. This book reveals aspects of Victorian Dundee that have been hidden from history.
It looks behind the traditional view of Dundee in this period as a grim industrial town marred by social deprivation and riven by workplace conflict. It shows that this image of the city was only part of the story and explains how the town provided regular work and better wages than were available in the.
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Original language: English: Title of host publication: Victorian Dundee: Subtitle of host publication: Images and Realities: Editors: Louise Miskell, Christopher A. Victorian Dundee: a city grown prosperous on more than a century's lead in linen production and for a time the world's jute capital - 'Juteopolis'.
But textile production was accompanied by a strong sense of civic pride, some remarkable architectural triumphs and perhaps a surprising enthusiasm for public and private art. The traditional view of Dundee in this period is of a grim.
Life in Dundee in s The industrialization of towns and cities across Scotland in the early s, resulted in huge increases in population as people moved from rural areas to towns for work.
The population in Dundee rose f in to a staggeringin with the development of textile, shipbuilding and whaling industries. The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery & Museum, an award-winning Victorian, Gothic building, is home to Dundee's main collection spanning million years and has been at the heart of art and culture in the City since Eight beautiful open gallery spaces house fascinating exhibitions of art, history and the.
‘Saving’ the Child in Victorian Dundee Chrissie Urquhart Honorary Research Associate, Department of History, University of Dundee Introduction Similar to current disquiet, public anxiety and political debate fuelled concerns amongst the.
University of Dundee. References. Part of this text is drawn from my forthcoming book Independent and Individualist: Art in Dundee (Dundee: Abertay Historical Society, ). Other sources: Anon, ‘Dundee Artists’, Celtic Annualpp The City Echo May Dundee Courier 13/4/ Dundee Courier 8/3/.
Looking over the Firth of Tay, Dundee is a historic quayside city with medieval foundations. Established over years ago, the city expanded and renewed itself throughout medieval times, the Victorian era and the industrial revolution. See Dundee’s diverse landscapes on a stroll through the city or from atop an inner-city hilltop/5(15).Football in Dundee during the Victorian and Edwardian eras with a dash of up-to-modern-day Dundee FC.
Updates: May Dundee league history & u Dev league details in Dundee 'A'; average crowds DFC.We run eight or more two-hour heritage tours of the Victoria Tunnel every week.
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