A history of lighthouses and the Stevenson...
A history of lighthouses and the Stevenson Dynasty.
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This book highlights the contribution made by lighthouse keepers over the last two centuries to the study of natural history and ornithology in particular.
Scotland has a particularly rich lighthouse tradition mainly due to the dynasty of the Stevenson engineers.
Beautifully illustrated, this book will be of huge appeal to ornithologists, pharologists, eveyone with an interest in the natural world, maritime history and anyone who generally enjoys a good read.
H/b 293pp photographs throughout.
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