Plantation and Civility in the North Atlantic World: The Case of the Northern Hebrides, 1570-1639
In Plantation and Civility Aonghas MacCoinnich offers an account of the Gaelic Scots, Lowland Scots, Dutch and English, who settled in Lewis in the early seventeenth century and considers the interaction of these groups from both native and newcomer perspectives.
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