MacKENZIE, John M., ed. Oxford History of the British Empire Companion Series. DEVINE, T.M., ed.
Title: Scotland and the British Empire. First Edition in dustjacket.
Publisher:  Oxford University Press, London, 2011, ISBN:9780199573240
Seller ID: 109351
MacKENZIE, John M. and T.M. DEVINE, (eds.). Scotland and the British Empire. Edited by John M. Mackenzie and T.M. Devine. (Oxford) : Oxford UniversityPress, (2011). First Printing. Pp. (10),[xi]-xiii,(3),-323,(5). 8vo, na vy blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A volume in the Oxford History of the British Empire Companion Series. Wm. Roger Louis, Editor-in-chief. Contents: 1. Mackenzie and Devine's introduction; 2. T.M. Devine and PhilippR. Rossner's "Scots in the Atlantic Economy, 1600-1800"; 3. Andre Mackillo p's "Locality, Nation, and Empire: Scots and the Empire in Asia, c.1695-c.1813"; 4. Cairns Craig's "Empire of Intellect: The Scottish Enlightenment and Scotland's Intellectual Migrants"; 5. Angela McCarthy's "Scottish MigrantEthnic Indentities in the British Empire since the Nineteenth Century"; 6. John M. MacKenzie's "Scots and the Environment of Empire"; 7. T.M. Devine' s "Soldiers of Empire, 1750-1914"; 8. Esther Breitenbach's "Scots Churches and Missions"; 9. T.M. Devine and John M. MacKenzie's "Scots in the Imperial Economy"; 10. Angela Smith's "Scottish Literature and the British Empire"; 11. Richard J. Finlay's "National Identity, Union, and Empire, c.1850-c.1970". With some Nova Scotia and Newfoundland references, primarily in the Devine/Rossner essay. Very good in crisp dustjacket. 50.00