|Other titles||Govan :|
|Statement||Chris Dalglish and Stephen T. Driscoll ; with contributions by Irene Maver, Norman F. Shead and Ingrid Shearer|
|Contributions||Driscoll, Stephen T., Maver, Irene, Shead, Norman F., Shearer, Ingrid, Council for British Archaeology, Historic Scotland, Scottish Burgh Survey|
|LC Classifications||DA890.G6 D35 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||2010398501|
The industrialisation of Govan brought with it a range of social issues which are explored, including recent work to revitalise the post-industrial townscape. This book is part of the Scottish Burgh Survey - a series funded by Historic Scotland designed to identify the archaeological potential of Scotland's historic : The industrialisation of Govan brought with it a range of social issues which are explored, including recent work to revitalise the post-industrial townscape. This book is part of the Scottish Burgh Survey - a series funded by Historic Scotland designed to identify the archaeological potential of Scotland's historic towns.5/5(1). The book includes an early history of Govan village and a history of Govan Burgh before its amalgamation with Glasgow in Govan Rhymes and Other Poems. Govan Rhymes and Other Poems By The Late John Murray, Whitefield Works, Govan. Published by John Cossar, Govan in Book of poetry including the poem "Iron Brew" 95 pages. 1 A History of Govan to Although the first written mention of the River Clyde (the Clota) was not until the Roman author Tacitus i wrote his „Agricola’ in AD 98, we know from the evidence of Monolithic stones and Neolithic canoes that people were living and working in that areaFile Size: KB.
Only in Govan – A Collection of Govan Memories Sir William Pearce Aitken Memorial Fountain Historic Govan book Govan Burgh Survey ‘Bite Size’ version of the CGAP Step back in time with the entertaining govan audio walking tour. Govan . Books by Christine Noble Govan Christine Noble Govan Average rating ratings 73 reviews shelved 2, times Showing 29 distinct works. Govan is world renowned for its place in the history of modern shipbuilding, which had began on the Clyde as part of the massive industrialisation of Glasgow in the mid's when the railway network was being developed and many novel uses were being found for mass-produced iron. This survey gives an accessible and broad-ranging synthesis of the history and archaeology of Govan, and aims to inform conservation guidance for future development. Govan Cover Situated on the south bank of the river Clyde, just to the west of Glasgow, Govan to most people is synonymous with shipbuilding and social deprivation. Govan is, however, a remarkable place, with a history .
Joseph E. Johnston: A Different Valor (The Civil War Library Series) by Gilbert Govan and James Livingwood | Nov 1, out of 5 stars 3. Situated on the south bank of the river Clyde, just to the west of Glasgow, Govan is to most people synonymous with shipbuilding and social challenge. Govan is, however, a remarkable place, its history stretching back to the fifth or sixth century AD when it was a seat of royal and religious power. Historic Govan: Archaeology and Development (Scottish Burgh Survey) by Chris Dalglish, Stephen T. Driscoll, Steven T. Driscoll, Irene Maver (Contributor), Ingrid Shearer (Contributor), Norman F. Shead (Contributor) Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / This survey gives an Author: Chris Dalglish. We've included a photograph of it on this page because it stands opposite the beautiful red stone Ibrox Public School, whose frontage proudly proclaims that when it was built in it was overseen by the Govan Parish School Board. For today's visitor, part of the history of Govan can be viewed at the Fairfield Govan Heritage Centre.