Crime & Punishment in the 19th Century. Interesting article on the SCARN site from the Lamb Collection at Dundee Central Library about Crime & Punishment in 19th Century Dundee.
Gabriola Museum. Gabriola Island, British Columbia. The Museum is a unique place to provide valuable insight into our ancestors and resources in a fascinating range of subjects. It tells the stories of the people who built and are building this Island and its First Nations legacy. We also celebrate and preserve our diverse cultural heritage, and help foster mutual understanding, cooperation and peace amongst the peoples of this Island. The Gabriola Historical Museum Society mission; Is to foster and develop the interests of Gabriola residents, visitors and other institutions in the Island's cultural and natural history. To tell the story of Gabriola island's geology, geography, flora, fauna and marine environment and life through exhibits, lectures or other means with emphasis on the way which the Coast Salish people, Euraopean explorers, post contact pioneers and recent inhabitants have related to its natural setting and earlier history. This is a non-profit volunteer-run community museum.
An essential visit is to Billy Kay's web page of the Glasgow born but Newport based Radio Broadcaster, Writer and Playwright. Billy's site contains fantastic audio evidence of important Dundee and Scottish history and social culture. You won't be disappointed.
Kindred Trails™ Worldwide Genealogy Resources - Linking the World Together with Roots
Genealogy Search Australia
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Scottish Roots Ancestral Research : Trace your Scottish Family Tree and Ancestors History with Scotland's top Researchers, established in 1984.
Local UK - Find businesses, shops, services anywhere across the UK.
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See the Training Ships Ensigns page at Flags of the World.
Scotland genealogy resource - researching your family history in Scotland? A free resource those with ancestors in Scotland.