Cultural Resources Access Network) is an enormous archive
of information on nearly every topic you could possibly think
of in relation to Scottish history. Simply go to Quick Search
and type in the name of the place, person, or theme that you
are interested in, and whole reams of information, photos, resource
packs and other digital diversions will appear to aid you in
your studies. A true treasure chest for the budding historian.
Their archive on the Wars of Independence is a good starting
THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR SCOTLAND http://www.nts.org.uk/
The 'Trust' exists to care for places of historic interest or
natural beauty. The website gives you a full listing of such
places, with visitor details, education packs and information
on how to get involved with their conservation work. The Bannockburn
Heritage Centre is under the care of the 'Trust' and the site
is good starting point for anyone planning a visit there.
site contains in-depth information about the life of Scotland's
'Braveheart', including the Wallace family history and a miscellany
of artifacts related to his life.
sites listed are checked regularly. However,
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Internet means some sites may alter after
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