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    • A Ghosts Story
    • A Ghosts Story
      • £12.99
    • A Ghost's Story (Lorna Gibb) A Ghost’s Story, Gibb’s first novel, is a spell-binding tale which tells the story of Katie King, the most famous ghost of the last two centuries. Katie King made her first appearance in New Lanark and infamously haunted the social pioneer and mill-owner Robert Owen throughout his life. From the candle-lit drawing rooms of the Victorian era through to the appearance of…
    • Aspects of New Lanark DVD
    • Aspects of New Lanark DVD
      • £5.00
    • Aspects of New Lanark DVD A compilation of six short audio-visual programmes that are shown in the New Lanark Visitor Centre. 1.Story of New Lanark 2. Annie McLeod’s Story 3. Quest for Universal Harmony 4. People and Cotton 5. Robert Owen’s Schoolchildren 6. The Power of The River
    • David Dale A Life
    • David Dale A Life
      • £25.00
    • David Dale  A Life (David J. McLaren) This new book reflects 30 years of research by the author since the publication of his work on Dale in 1983. 'Here if ever, a tribute of respect and admiration is due to departed worth.' These words appeared in Dale's obituary notice in The Glasgow Courier on 20th March, 1806. Robert Dale Owen, remembering the day of his grandfather's funeral, talks of the str…
    • Historic New Lanark
    • Historic New Lanark
      • £24.99
    • Historic New Lanark (Ian Donnachie & George Hewitt) A detailed and thorough academic account of the history of the New Lanark community from 1785-1990s. This updated edition, now published in the Edinburgh Classic Editions series, is the definitive account of the most famous of Scotland's pioneering social projects. New Lanark, the former cotton-spinning village, is internationally renowned for pi…
    • New Lanark In Search of Utopia
    • New Lanark In Search of Utopia
      • £10.99
    • New Lanark In Search of Utopia (C. A. Hope) The third book in the trilogy: Watched by society and the Church, the villagers of New Lanark learn how to live their lives under Robert Owen’s philosophy. Owen soon looks beyond the Scottish mills and seeks to influence government policy and world leaders, determined to bring happiness to society. (Fiction by C.A. Hope)
    • New Lanark Living With A Visionary
    • New Lanark Living With A Visionary
      • £10.99
    • New Lanark Living With A Visionary (C. A. Hope) The Second Book in the trilogy: When Robert Owen and his wife take up residence in the mill village, he immediately makes sweeping changes ... not all of them welcomed. (Fiction by C.A. Hope)
    • New Lanark Power Trail
    • New Lanark Power Trail
      • £2.00
    • New Lanark Power Trail (New Lanark Trust) A guide to the history of power generation in New Lanark, from 1785-2006. The attractively illustrated book contains a numbered trail, enabling you to explore the developments in technology from the era of water-wheels to the generation of hydro-electricity and heat-pumps.
    • New Lanark Roof Garden
    • New Lanark Roof Garden
      • £2.00
    • New Lanark Roof Garden (New Lanark Trust) An attractively illustrated guide to the Roof Garden, including sections on the history of gardening in New Lanark, quotations from Robert Owen’s works on the natural environment and related themes, as well as background information on the design and construction of the garden, the sculptures, and a complete list of the plants.
    • New Lanark Spinning New Lives
    • New Lanark Spinning New Lives
      • £10.99
    • New Lanark Spinning New Lives (C. A. Hope) The first book in the trilogy: The lives of Joe Scott,a young labourer, Fiona, a Highland orphan and Anne Caroline, David Dale’s little daughter, are bound together by Dale’s pioneering community. Set against the turbulent backdrop of the French Revolution, Highland Clearances and the dawning of the Scottish Enlightenment.
    • New Lanark Village Store
    • New Lanark Village Store
      • £2.00
    • New Lanark Village Store & the Development of the Co-Operative Movement (New Lanark Trust) A guide to the development and operation of the Village Store and how it inspired the development of the Co-Operative Movement.
    • Nomination of New Lanark for Inclusion in World Heritage List
    • Nomination of New Lanark for Inclusion in World Heritage List
      • £12.50
    • Nomination of New Lanark for the inclusion in the World Heritage List (Historic Scotland, 2000) Beautifully illustrated document prepared to support the nomination of New Lanark for inclusion in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. Contains a wealth of information on New Lanark, international comparators and an authorative text by Mark Watson in association with New Lanark Trust. The nomination…
    • Robert Owen Social Visionary
    • Robert Owen Social Visionary
      • £16.99
    • Robert Owen: Social Visionary (Ian Donnachie) Robert Owen was one of the most important and controversial figures of his generation. Born in 1771, he lived through the Age of Revolutions and was personally touched by the ideas and dramatic changes that characterised that era. Profiting enormously during the first half of his life from the rise of industry, he devoted much of his time thereafter to…
    • Story of New Lanark
    • Story of New Lanark
      • £5.00
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      • The Story of New Lanark (New Lanark Trust) Large format, well-illustrated book, covering the history of New Lanark from 1785-2001. Available in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese. Please select preferred language option from the drop-down list.
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