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Robert Burns

This well organized site from the National Library of Scotland contains a wealth of information about the life and times of Robert Burns.  Learn about his family, every stage of his life, legacy, and more.  Numerous colorful images are available
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This well-organized site from the National Library of Scotland contains a wealth of information about the life and times of Robert Burns. Learn about his family, every stage of his life, legacy, and more. Numerous colorful images are available as well. There are even audio files of many of his songs at the top of each page. Links to his works are available in the "Manuscript" section too.

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