Dundee, jute and empire
Dundee, jute and empire

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Dundee, jute and empire

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Course image: Archives New Zealand in Flickr made available under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Licence.

Cannadine, D. (1995) ‘The Empire Strikes Back’, Past and Present, no. 147, May 1995, pp. 180–94. © Oxford University Press.

Lynn, M. (1996) Review of Cain, P.J. and Hopkins, A.G. ‘British Imperialism’, The English Historical Review, vol. 111, no. 441, April 1996, pp. 501–3. © Oxford University Press.

Figure 1 University of Dundee Archive Services

Figure 2 University of Dundee Archive Services

Figure 3 Dundee City Council, Central Library

Figure 4 University of Dundee Archive Services

Figure 7 University of Dundee Archive Services

Figure 8 Dundee City Council, Central Library

Figure 9 Dundee City Council, Central Library

Figure 10 University of Dundee Archive Services

Plate 3 Dundee City Council, Central Library

Plate 4 Dundee City Council, Central Library

Plate 5 Dundee City Council, Central Library

Plate 6 Dundee City Council, Central Library

Photographer unknown, Loading jute from wharf into export steamer, Calcutta, c.1900, photograph, 18.6 x 13.7 cm. Photo: Dundee University Archive Services.

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