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by Alexander Fenton

Author: Alexander Fenton
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Tuckwell Press Ltd (November 1993)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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Alexander - ‘Sandy’ - Fenton was a scholar and teacher who has had a profound influence on many areas of Scottish and European studies and museums, not least through the extensive corpus of his written and published work

Alexander - ‘Sandy’ - Fenton was a scholar and teacher who has had a profound influence on many areas of Scottish and European studies and museums, not least through the extensive corpus of his written and published work. He was born in Shotts, in Lanarkshire, the son of Alexander Fenton, a souter from the north-east, from Drumblade, and Annie Stronach. The family returned to Drumblade, near Huntly, shortly after Sandy’s birth and moved a few years later to the Smiddy Croft at Pitglassie, in the parish of Auchterless, near Turriff.

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This is the journal of the School of Scottish Studies, Edinburgh University, which reflects the organization of the school into seven sections: folktales, literature, material culture, musicology, place-names, social organization and history, and song.