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Warlords and Holy Men: Scotland 80-1000 AD by Alfred P. SmythVol. 1
Kingship and Unity: Scotland, 1000-1306 by G. W. S. BarrowVol. 2
Independence and nationhood : Scotland 1306-1469 by Alexander GrantVol. 3
Court, Kirk, and Community: Scotland 1470-1625 by Jenny WormaldVol. 4
Lordship to Patronage: Scotland, 1603-1745 by Rosalind MitchisonVol. 5
Integration and Enlightenment: Scotland, 1746-1832 by Bruce LenmanVol. 6
Industry and ethos : Scotland, 1832-1914 by S.G. ChecklandVol. 7
No Gods and Precious Few Heroes: Scotland Since 1914 by Christopher HarvieVol. 8

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