The Heritage of the Solway Firth
James Irving Hawkins
The Solway Firth is a major estuary and has been a communication route and a source of food for the inhabitants of its shores from the Mesolithic period to the present day. In times of war and border unrest the Firth and its major rivers have been used as natural lines of defence.
This book contains a collection of photographs and information gathered from many individuals and organisations.
Friends of Annandale and Eskdale Museums
b&w and colour photographs.
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