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American motoring pioneer & founder of the Buick motor company of America.David Dunbar Buick was born at No. 26 Green Street, Arbroath, which lay approx 90 metres north of this, the only remaining building to show the line of the original street.
(Front):In memory of Scottish-American soldiers To preserve the jewel of liberty in the framework of freedom - Abraham Lincoln (North Side):Sergeant Major John M'Ewan Co.H, 65th Regt Illinois Vol Infantry William L Duff, Lt Col., 2nd Illi…
This memorial was initiated by the Scottish-American War Memorial Committee. the statue and bas-relief were sculpted by Canadian Robert Tait Mackenzie (1867-1938)and cast at the Roman Bronze Works, Brooklyn, New York,Mackenzie was a physician and …
Erected by The Seaforth Highlanders to the undying memory of 8432 comrades belonging to the ten battalions of the regiment who gave their lives for their country in the Great WarScotland For Ever
In grateful appreciation for their rescue and recovery of the 301 TCS aircrew and their passengers, we thank the local community and all those who have memorialized our fallen brothersDedicated 5 June 2007By the 301st Aircraft SquadronTravis AFB, CA
Presented by The Rt Hon Sir David Steel KBE MSPPresiding Officer of the Scottish ParliamenttoThe City of AberdeenTo commemorate the occasion of theScottish Parliament sitting in Aberdeenduring the period Tuesday 28 to Thursday 30 May 2002
The first Roman invasion of Britain led by Julius Caesar landed near here LV BC.
After making the first Channel flight by aeroplane Louis Blériot landed at this spot on Sunday 25th July 1909.
Edward Wightmanof Burton-on-Trentwas burnt at the stakein this Market Placefor heresy11th April 1612being the last personin England so to die.