2009. 5 Discussion. In: Angus McEachen's house. 10.5284/1017938.

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5 Discussion
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Angus McEachen's house
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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35
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1017938
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MonographChapter
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Article abstract
Abstract
A building which exemplifies the suggested appearance of the Brunary Burn structures '“ drystone walling with a hipped thatched roof '“ is preserved as the 'Cottars' House' at Auchindrain Museum near Inverary. One possible interpretation of these sites is that they were a response to the growing kelp industry in the early 19th century, with eventual economic slowdown and population decrease witnessed in the 1840s. As a direct result of the clearances, famine and emigrations, these houses were abandoned and left to fall to ruin.
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Year of publication
Year of Publication
2009
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ISBN
ISBN
0 903903 62 2
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Temporal - Auto Detected Early 19th Century
Subject - Auto Detected Brunary Burn Structures Drystone Walling
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DigitalBorn
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13-03-2015