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I'm a interested in 18th-century British and American history, with a sharp focus on studies and the social and cultural identity of plebeian Scots during the Jacobite era.

Other historical interests include ; antebellum and Civil War America; and all aspects of World War II.

I'm also the creator and curator of the Jacobite Database of 1745 and am an avid proponent of .

jdb1745.net

In this week's post on Little Rebellions, we present a case study of Lord Ogilvy's regiment as an example of how JDB1745 can be used for historical analysis of the Jacobite period. In addition to discussing the historiography of the regiment, I explore the benefits of and why it is important to think critically about the data before its inclusion.

jdb1745.net/littlerebellions/w

We're planning a return to Normandy for the 75th anniversary next year and are greatly looking forward to coming "home" to Lion-Sur-Mer. Across the channel, the University of Portsmouth is hosting a very tempting conference in July and the CFP is now open & attached below.

www2.port.ac.uk/portsmouth-bus

This week on Little Rebellions: Gimme Shelter, a brief snapshot of the heart of civil war on the 2nd Duke of Montrose's Stirlingshire estate. How does a loyalist laird deal with tenants on his land who express differing opinions and actions regarding the unrest?

jdb1745.net/littlerebellions/g

Little Rebellions is the research blog for the Jacobite Database of 1745.

Hallo, there! This is my :

I'm a interested in 18th-century British and American history, with a sharp focus on studies and the social and cultural identity of plebeian Scots during the Jacobite era.

Other historical interests include ; antebellum and Civil War America; and all aspects of World War II.

I'm also the creator and curator of the Jacobite Database of 1745 and am an avid proponent of .

jdb1745.net

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