History

AANHS Honorary Life Member

Date: 
10 Jun 2009

At the Ayrshire Archaeological & Natural History Society AGM in March 2009, Eric was unanimously elected an Honorary Life Member for his longstanding service to the Society.

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Past Lives - Montrose

Start : 
11 Mar 2008 (All day)
Type: 
Radio
Location: 

BBC Radio Scotland

Contributor.

Pirates and Slavers from the Records of the High Court of Admiralty of Scotland 1690-1730

Start : 
25 Jun 2008 - 13:30
End : 
25 Jun 2008 - 15:00
Type: 
Conference
Location: 

Old Royal Naval College, University of Greenwich.

5th International Congress of Maritime History

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History Scotland

History Scotland articles are available from their Back Issues service.
www.historyscotland.com

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Eric's articles in History Scotland:

Uncle Tom's Cabin in Scotland
Eric J. Graham
Vol. 8, No. 6 Nov/Dec 2008

Scots in the Liverpool Slave Trade, 1789–1805: Robert Hume of Jedburgh, Surgeon and Master

The Records of the High Court of Admiralty of Scotland 1627-1750

The Records of the High Court of Admiralty of Scotland 1627-1750

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A catalogue of the 3,700 cases heard by this court with synopsis of the case, its pursers and defenders. Offers a unique insight in Scots dealings at home and abroad - including slaving, piracy, privateers and transatlantic ventures.

The Shipping Trade of Ayrshire 1689-1791

Ayrshire Archaeological & Natural History Society, Monograph 8, September 1993, 48 pages.

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Robert Reid Cunninghame of Seabank House 1770-1814

Ayrshire Archaeological & Natural History Society, Monograph 19, September 1997, Paperback, 47 pages.

Image of book cover:Robert Reid Cunninghame of Seabank House 1770–1814 by Eric Graham

Robert Reid Cunninghame was an entrepreneur and life-time Manager of the Stevenson Coal Company 1770-1814.

A Maritime History of Scotland 1650-1790

Tuckwell Press Ltd, November 2002. Hardback, illustrated, 368 pages.

Cover of book:A Maritime History of Scotland 1650-1790 by Eric Graham

This text traces the development of the Scottish marine and its institutions during the highly turbulent and formative period 1650-1790, when state intervention and warefare at sea in the pursuit of mercantilist goals largely determined, intentionally and otherwise, the course of events.

Seawolves: Pirates & the Scots

Birlinn Press (July 2005). Hardback & Paperback, illustrated, 223 pages.

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