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22%OFFAlistair Findlay - Shale Voices - 9781906307110 - V9781906307110
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Shale Voices

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Description for Shale Voices Paperback.
From local legend, newspaper reports and family history, Alistair Findlay has pieced together a comprehensive documentary of Scotland's shale mining industry; of the people, communities and generations of families involved, and the cultural and political impact of the industry. Enlivened throughout with numerous photographs, drawings, poetry and short stories, this incredible history of human courage, endurance and endeavour will appeal to any reader with an interest in Scotland's social and cultural history.

Product Details

Publisher
Luath Press Ltd United Kingdom
Number of pages
288
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2010
Condition
New
Weight
28g
Number of Pages
288
Place of Publication
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781906307110
SKU
V9781906307110
Shipping Time
Usually ships in 7 to 11 working days
Ref
99-28

About Alistair Findlay
One of five sons of a shale miner, Alistair Findlay was born in Winchburgh, West Lothian, in 1949. A former local journalist and then editor of the West Lothian Courier, he has a BA (Hons) in Literature and Social History (Open University), an MA in Applied Social Studies (Bradford University), a Certificate (with distinction) in Scottish Cultural Studies (Edinburgh University), ... Read more

Reviews for Shale Voices
Alistair Findlay has added a basic source material to the study of Scottish History that is invaluable... Scotland owes him a debt of gratitude for undertaking this work. - TAM DALYELL One of the finest pieces of social history I've ever read. - MARK STEPHEN, The Scottish Connection, BBC Radio Scotland ... Read more

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