TannerRitchie Resources and Databases

TannerRitchie publishes a range of essential databases for historians, libraries and research institutions.

Check out our new electronic resources for 2024:

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Scotland's History Online

TannerRitchie is delighted to announce that Scotland's History Online is doubling in size thanks to our new partnership with Edinburgh University Press and Birlinn Ltd.

As of January 2024 Edinburgh University Press's large Scottish History list (current and backlist) has been made available, joining the existing collection provided by Birlinn Ltd., creating a version of Scotland's History Online that's double the size.

Scotland's History Online a single online resource containing and entire nation's modern historical research for the first time.
Scotland's History Online

Medieval and Early Modern Sources Online

Medieval and Early Modern Sources Online is an essential resource for the study of Britain and its place in the world during the medieval and early modern period (c. 1100-1800).
Combining the key printed sources for English, Irish, Scottish and Colonial history with original manuscripts and the latest web technologies, MEMSO has become an indispensable and comprehensive online research database for universities, researchers and libraries around the world.
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Scottish Record Society Online

This new database collection will bring all SRS's titles since its foundation together in a digital format for the first time. The entire database will be searchable with our advanced query structure, transforming historians' and researchers' ability to use these important works.
SRS Online

The Red Book of Scotland Online

The Red Book of Scotland seeks to fill an enormous void that exists in Scotland’s genealogical history. Researched over 30 years, this publication is fruit of a massive self-funded research project undertaken by Gordon MacGregor, and places genealogy back within its rightful place as a serious academic discipline.
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