Publications

Bounty Whalers & the Inuit
Scottish Local History Forum Journal
Eric J. Graham
Issue 85, March 2013
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The Landing of King George IV & The Masters of Trinity House, Leith
Scottish Local History Forum Journal
Eric J. Graham
Issue 84, September 2012
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The Legendary Leith Smacks
Scottish Local History Forum Journal
Eric J. Graham
Issue 82, February 2012
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Regent Bridge and the Opening Up of Calton Hill
Scottish Local History Forum Journal
Eric J. Graham
Issue 81, August 2011
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How the Clyde boomed from a confederacy of Civil War greed
Sunday Herald Newspaper Article
Dr Eric Graham
10 April 2011

The "Black Minstrelsy" in Scotland
Scottish Local History Forum Journal
Eric J. Graham
Issue 80, February 2011
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Letters from a Jacobite transported to Virginia after the 1715 Rebellion
Scottish Local History
Eric J. Graham
Issue 78, Spring 2010

Running the Blockade during the American Civil War
Eric J Graham & D Richard Torrance
History Scotland.
Vol. 9, No. 6 Nov/Dec 2009

Letters from a Slaving Station
Scottish Local History
Eric J. Graham
Issue 76, Summer 2009

'Uncle Tom's Cabin' comes to Scotland: Harriet Beecher Stowe & the Scottish anti-slavery movement
Eric J. Graham
History Scotland.
Vol. 8, No. 6 Nov/Dec 2008

Scots in the Liverpool Slave Trade, 1789–1805: Robert Hume of Jedburgh, Surgeon and Master
Mark Duffill & Eric J. Graham
History Scotland.
Vol. 8, No. 2 March/April 2008

Sugar Plantocrats: the Cunynghams of Glengarnock and Cayon St. Kitts
Eric J. Graham
History Scotland.
Vol. 7, No. 6 November/December 2007

An Intelligent Negro. Thomas Jenkins: Scotland's first black educator & foreign missionary
Eric J. Graham & Mark Duffill
History Scotland.
Vol. 7, No. 4, July/August 2007

John Edmonstone – the Black "Bird–Stuffer of Edinburgh"
Mark Duffill & Eric J. Graham
History Scotland.
Vol. 7, No. 1 pp20–22 January/February 2007

Making Waves in Scottish History: The Early Scottish Maritime History Project
Eric J. Graham
History Scotland.
Vol. 5, No. 6 November/December 2005

The Covenanters Colony in Carolina 1682–1686
Tom Barclay & Eric J. Graham
History Scotland.
Vol. 4, No. 4 July/August 2004

The Slaving Voyage of the Hannover of Port Glasgow 1719–1720
Eric J. Graham & Sue Mowat
History Scotland.
Vol. 3, No. 5 pp26–34 September/October 2003

The Early Transatlantic Trade of Ayr: The Scots Lots in the Americas 1680–1707
Eric J. Graham & Tom Barclay
History Scotland.
Vol. 3, No. 4 pp23–31 July/August 2003

The Early Transatlantic Trade of Ayr: The West Indies 1640–1680
Eric J. Graham & Tom Barclay
History Scotland.
Vol. 3, No. 3 pp241–47 May/June 2003

Less Fortunate Duellist
National Library of Scotland
Eric J. Graham
Issue 8, Spring 2008
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Scotland and Slavery: The Evidence
National Library of Scotland
Eric J. Graham
Issue 6, Winter 2007
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Black people in Scotland during the Slavery Era
Scottish Local History
Eric J. Graham & Mark Duffill
Issue 71, Winter 2007

Maritime Activity, c. 1650–1790
Compendium of Scottish Ethnology Vol. 8: Transport & Communications in Scotland
National Museums of Scotland & Tuckwell Press
Eric J. Graham
Summer 2007. Illustrated, 27 pages

In 1807, the chains of slavery were broken
The Herald Magazine
6 January, 2007

The Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women (Contributor)
Edinburgh University Press
2006

Ardrossan's Harbour
Scottish Local History
Issue 60 (Spring 2004), pp40–43

The Glasgow Story (Contributor)
The Glasgow Story (Online)
2004

African Merchants, Notables and the Slave Trade of Old Calabar: Evidence from the National Archives of Scotland
History in Africa
Vol.30 (October 2003), pp37–61 (with Steve Brehendt)

In Defence of the Scottish Maritime Interest
Scottish Historical Review
Vol. LXXI, 1.2 (1992), pp.88–108

Local History Studies in the Classroom
Teaching History, The Historical Association
1988, pp. 25–33

The Scottish Marine during the Dutch Wars
Scottish Historical Review
Vol. LXI, 1 (1982), pp. 67–74

Saltcoats, a pre–railway coal port
Scottish Industrial History
Vol. 2.1 (1978), pp. 14–33