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Flora - A Biography

Flora - A Biography

by Elizabeth Gray Vining

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J. B. Lippincott Company, 1966. First printing. Hardcover. Ex-Library/good. Elizabeth Gray Vining, Flora - A Biography, Philadelphia and New York, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1966, First printing. Tan cloth over gray paper boards with red title block on spine, 8vo (21 cm), 208 pp, illustrated; orange and white dustjacket with portraits on front and back. Fair: ex-library with stickers and stamps, tape residue, markings throughout.
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Scottish Crofters: A Historical Ethnography of a Celtic Village
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Scottish Crofters: A Historical Ethnography of a Celtic Village

by Susan Parman

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9780030753749
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0030753740
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Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1990. Second printing. Paperback. Good. Susan Parman, California State University-Fullerton, ed. George and Louise Spindler, Stanford University; Scottish Crofters: A Historical Ethnography of a Celtic Village, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1990, second printing. Laminated paper covers with bw photo on red background and other titles listed on back, 8vo, 186 pp with index and TOC, many bw photos (low quality), charts and line-drawn maps. Informative social history of an Outer Hebrides community, including vocabulary, tweed-making, clans and kinship, manners and customs (eg. sending children to a neighbor to keep them company). Good: bumped, front corner creased.
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Scottish Customs

Scottish Customs

by Sheila Livingstone

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9780760704608
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0760704600
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New York: Barnes & Noble, 1997. Later printing. Hardcover. Ex-Library/good. Sheila Livingstone, Scottish Customs, New York, Barnes & Noble, 1997. Gray paper boards and black cloth spinie with red lettering, small 8vo (20 cm), x, 150 pp with index; glossy illustrated dustjacket. Livingstone uses examples and quotes to explain "those enduring folkways, with special emphasis on Druiidic origins, Christian modifications, and survival into modern times." She shows "a world where poetry and ritual dignified all the major turning points of life and.... Magic resided in many everyday objects and actions." Organized into chapters on birth, marriage, death, lucky and unlucky, work, water, and plants and animals. Ex-library (VG)/Good: light bumping, ex-lib stamp and minor markings, pages crisp, tight; DJ has spine sticker and black mark down spine. Printed in USA
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