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Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, and third largest in the United Kingdom. Historically part of Lanarkshire, it is now one of the 32 Council Areas of Scotland. More »

History of Glasgow - Wikipedia

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This article deals with the history of the city of Glasgow, Scotland. See also Timeline of Glasgow history. Looking south down Buchanan Street, from between  ...

A History of Glasgow - A World History Encyclopedia

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The story of the city of Glasgow from the Middle Ages to the 21st Century.

Discover Glasgow | A Brief History of the Ancient City of Glasgow

www.discoverglasgow.org/glasgow-a-brief-history/4579409835

Discover Glasgow delves into the city's past, from its founding in the 6th Century by Saint Mungo, to the vibrant cultural hub it has fought so hard to become.

Glasgow's History - Clyde Valley

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Glasgow's history stretches back almost two thousand years and has been rich and ... Founded by a Christian missionary (St Mungo), Glasgow became a major  ...

Glasgow History

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Achievements and Archive Photographs of this great Scottish city.

BBC - History - Scottish History

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The interactive Scottish History Site of BBC Online. ... The Industrial Revolution took hold in Glasgow at the beginning of the 19th century. The manufacture of ...

University of Glasgow - Subjects A‑Z - History

www.gla.ac.uk/subjects/history/

History at Glasgow has been ranked equal fourth in the UK for research excellence and impact. The world-leading quality of our historical research has been ...

TheGlasgowStory

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Covers the emergence of the country's largest city through six distinct historical periods. Includes links to further reading throughout and an array of images ...

A history of Glasgow - Royal Institute of British Architects

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Image: Main Building, Gilmorehill, Glasgow University, seen from the River Kelvin , in the 1890s. Architects: John Oldrid Scott and Sir George Gilbert Scott