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Newark to Newark - A Peoples History of Port Glasgow

Newark to Newark - A Peoples History of Port Glasgow

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7 1/2 John Wood Street in Port Glasgow undertook a two year programme of events and research to compile a "peoples history" of Port Glasgow. The project was funded by Heritage Lottery Scotland. The book was first published in 2009, thousands of copies have been freely distributed since then.
7 1/2 John Wood Street in Port Glasgow undertook a two year programme of events and research to compile a "peoples history" of Port Glasgow. The project was funded by Heritage Lottery Scotland. The book was first published in 2009, thousands of copies have been freely distributed since then.

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Published by: Inverclyde Community Development Trust on Oct 31, 2011
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Karen McAulay added this note
I found a great 18th century ballad about Wanton Watty McAulay, a Highland piper who died in Port Glasgow around 1730. I copied it out because it was so interesting. Here's my link:- http://trueimaginaryfriends.blogspot.... (but I haven't tried to establish if there really was a Watty McAulay then. Anyone take up the challenge?)
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