Monday, 23 November 2009

Discover my Past Scotland 14 on sale

Yo ho ho, the December issue of Discover my Past Scotland has gone on sale (issue 14), with plenty to keep all Scots happy in the festive season. The good news is that Santa is not in it to distract you, and there is plenty to get on with!

John Hannavy looks at how our ancestors spent their leisure time, yours truly explores the Electric Scotland website, Michelle Higgs looks at ways to research Scottish police, Wendy Glass casts a retrospective eye over the year's Homecoming events and examines the Inverness based Am Baile website, Katie Howard looks for family history resources in St. Andrews, and Sue Wilkes takes a look at Queen Victoria's love affair with the Highlands. Yours truly also brings you the latest news and reviews, Ken Nisbet answers your Q and As, and all the usual regulars are present also.

Scottish throughout, though not in a Brigadoon sort of way....! £2.50 at
www.discovermypast.com.

Chris

www.ScotlandsGreatestStory.co.uk
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