4 edition of Aberdeen: century of change found in the catalog.
Aberdeen: century of change
1971 by (28 Guild St., Aberdeen AB1 2NB), Impulse Publications in Aberdeen .
Written in English
|Statement||introduction and commentaries by Fenton Wyness.|
|LC Classifications||DA890.A2 W89|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. of illus.|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||72188504|
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This volume, the earlier of the two-volume official History of Aberdeen, provides a comprehensive picture of the development of the two historic burghs of Old Aberdeen and New Aberdeen over their first seven centuries, from to As early as the 14th century, Aberdeen was: recognized as one of the 'four great towns of Scotland'.
Early Aberdeen: century of change book, the growing townscape and social change. Aberdeen: Century Change. of By Fenton Wyness.with plates.
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