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Barker, D 2005 ‘Pottery usage in a crofting community: an overview’, in Branigan, K From Clan to Clearance: History and Archaeology on the Isle of Barra c.850-1850 AD. Oxbow Books: Oxford, 111-122.

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Caldwell, D C 2010 ‘The Defence of the Scottish Border’, Journal of the Sydney Society for Scottish History 12, 59-82.

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Dalglish, C 2001 ‘Rural Settlement in the Age of Reason: An Archaeology of Capitalism in the Scottish Highlands’ and ‘Archaeologies of Capitalism. Theory, Method and the Reconsideration of the Scottish Highlands’, Archaeological Dialogues 8.1, 2-23 and 35-43.

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