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The following list contains people, places and organisations that have been useful in the research and writing of the book detailing the life and final voyage of the clipper ship Teviotdale:
Stuart Jenkins - Author
Robert Hughes - Editor, Researcher, Photographer, Cartographer and Graphic Artist.
Chris Calder - see Tullidbody History Group
Carol McNeill - Author of local history books
Terence Crump - Cartographer
Howard Birchmore - Artist
Dr Andrew Jeffrey - Historian
The National Maritime Museum (NMM) is a maritime museum in Greenwich, London. It is part of Royal Museums Greenwich, a network of museums in the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site.
Cutty Sark - Royal Museums Greenwich, London. The Cutty Sark is a British clipper ship. Built on the River Leven, Dumbarton, Scotland in 1869 for the Jock Willis Shipping Line, she was one of the last tea clippers to be built and one of the fastest. The Cutty Sark is owned by the Cutty Sark Preservation Society.
Clyde-Built Ships - The Caledonian Maritime Research Trust aims to present the vital information and the careers of all vessels built by the shipyards of Scotland.
Warners Group Publications plc is a magazine publisher specialising in niche titles including local and national history magazines and materials.
Tullibody History Group. Tullibody is an ancient village in the smallest county of Scotland, Clackmannanshire. It dates back to 4,000 BC or earlier.
Kirkcaldy Library. Kirkcaldy Galleries is the main museum, library and exhibition space in Kirkcaldy in Fife, Scotland.
The Dysart Trust, a registered charity, was formed in 1964 with the aim of collecting and preserving the history of the former Royal Burgh so that it is available to all; and to keep watch over the future development of the town on behalf of the community.
Dundee Heritage - Dundee Heritage Trust is a registered charity formed in 1985 to preserve and interpret Dundee's industrial past, operated by Dundee Industrial Heritage Limited.
Glasgow City Heritage Trust is an independent charity and grant funder. Through our grant programmes we enable projects which promote the understanding, appreciation and conservation of Glasgow’s historic built environment.
The Chagos Marine Protected Area - located in the central Indian Ocean in the British Indian Ocean Territory of the United Kingdom, is one of the world's largest marine protected areas, and one of the largest protected areas of any type on Earth.
Diego Garcia is an island overseas territory of the UK. It is an atoll just south of the equator in the central Indian Ocean, and the largest of 60 small islands comprising the Chagos Archipelago. First discovered by Europeans and named by the Portuguese, settled by the French in the 1790s and transferred to British rule after the Napoleonic Wars.
Alloa, Speirs Centre - Clackmannanshire Archives cares for and provides access to the historical records relating to the county. Many of these records were previously held by the Central Region Archives Department at Stirling. The archive collections are housed in the Speirs Centre in Alloa, providing quicker and easier access to Clackmannanshire’s historical records.
Bob and Sue Scarlett - Maritime historians and collectors.
Nigel Wenban-Smith is a former British diplomat and Author: Chagos: A History: Exploration, Exploitation, Expulsion by Nigel Wenban-Smith and Marina Carter.
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This page was last updated 22nd July 2020.