The Borders Book
Birlinn, 1995 - Borders Region (Scotland) - 272 pages
This definitive story of the Scottish Borders covers the area's history, landscape and culture, including: military and sporting traditions, customs, language and music.
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Major Physical Features of the Borders Region
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