The History of Aberdeen: Containing an Account of the Rise, Progress, and Extension of the City, From a Remote Period to the Present Day; Inclu (Hardcover)
First published in 1811, this detailed history of Aberdeen provides a fascinating insight into the growth of one of Scotland's most important cities. From its early beginnings as a fishing village to its emergence as a thriving industrial hub, Walter Thom traces the development of Aberdeen over the centuries. Including numerous illustrations and maps, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in Scottish history.
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