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Department
History
Course
HIST 1031
Professor
Robert Savage
Semester
Spring

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A Disunited Kingdome Culture and Nationalism in Ireland, Scotland, and Wales 2/12/14 • Slideshow of different maps o 1534 Map on Vellum (which means “on a cow”)­Not very accurate  o Satellite map o Political map • Wales o To the west of England o Very mountainous o William the conqueror landed in England and moved quickly to Whales o 1536­There was a union between Whales and England o But the Welsh held on to their language­even to present day o Never had cultural institutions like a university or library o Official church was the Anglican church th o 19  century­ many people became Methodists o Castle at Aberystwyth was the university and library o Developed a strange relationship with London  Huge connection for the Industrial revolution  Provided coal, iron, and steal  • Scotland o 1603 Queen Elizabeth died without an heir o Succeeded by James I from Scotland o He wanted a union o 1707 Scottish parliament is abolished o Scotland joined the United Kingdom o Scottish parliament members joined the British parliament o English people thought Scottish were unorganized and primitive o Scottish tended to be Presbyterian o Tension in Scotland o Glorious revolution  James was a catholic  Chased out  Replaced by a protestant prince  Jacobite rising • “Jacobite” meant follower of Jacobins o Scotland was only integrated after the battle of Coladen (?) o Had a cultural capital o David Cameron is opposed to Scotland gaining its independence o University of Edinburgh­ som
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