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  Welcome to Historic Culloden, Ga.
Culloden, with its rural atmosphere, is the perfect place for family reunions -- no matter whence your family hails -- Scottish Clan gatherings, church Homecomings, class reunions and nearly any other event in which people congregate for fun, food and fellowship.
Culloden also is actively pursuing the preservation of its historic past, with its foremost project being the renovation of the Schoolhouse auditorium as a community center.
Culloden also is home to Land of Promise, a Baptist religious retreat and drug and alcohol rehabilitation center.
www.culloden.com   (672 words)

  Culloden - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
CULLODEN, a desolate tract of moorland, Inverness-shire, Scotland.
It is celebrated as the scene of the battle of the 16th of April 1746 (see Cumberland, William Augustus, Duke Of, and Murray, Lord George), by which the fate of the house of Stuart was decided.
A mile to the north is Culloden House, which belonged to Duncan Forbes, the president of the Court of Session.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Culloden   (269 words)

 Culloden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Culloden (movie) is a fictional presentation of this battle.
Culloden Academy is a secondary school serving this area.
HMS Culloden is the name of several former ships of the Royal Navy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Culloden   (141 words)

 Culloden Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
By February 1746 Charles was based in Inverness, while the Government forces under the Duke of Cumberland, son of George II, were based in Aberdeen and Dunkeld.
As for Culloden Moor itself, the battlefield has over the intervening years been treated almost as badly as the wounded left lying on it at the end of the conflict.
Culloden is an evocative place, and despite the excess of vegetation the National Trust for Scotland should be congratulated for the work they have done to restore it to a state that would have been more easily recognised by a participant on the day.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /inverness/culloden   (1470 words)

Culloden is the story of a battle and of what followed, the destruction of a way of life and the persecution of a people.
Culloden recalls them by name and action, presenting the battle as it was for them, describing their lives as fugitives in the glens or as prisoners in the gaols and hulks, their transportation to the Virginias or their deaths on the gallows at Kennington Common.
Culloden reminds us, too, that many of the men who harried the glens as ruthlessly as the Nazis in Occupied Europe were in fact Scots themselves, and that many men in Prince Charles' army had been forced to join him.
freespace.virgin.net /gerald.hughes/books/jpc.htm   (236 words)

The Battle of Culloden, which took place on April 16, 1746, was the last battle fought on British soil.
Filming: ‘Culloden’ was filmed in August 1964, near Inverness, with an all-amateur cast from London and the Scottish Lowlands playing the royalist forces, and people from Inverness in the clan army.
Reaction: ‘Culloden’ was first screened by the BBC on December 15, 1964, and - with the possible exception of ‘Edvard Munch’ - remains the only film I have produced which has been broadly accepted in the UK.
www.mnsi.net /~pwatkins/culloden.htm   (802 words)

 The Battle of Culloden 1746
British Regiments: Culloden is not a battle honour for British regiments in spite of being a victory.
O’Sullivan chose a stretch of open moorland enclosed between the walled Culloden enclosures to the North and the walls of Culloden Park to the South.
Culloden marked the end of the military phase of the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745/6.
www.britishbattles.com /battle_of_culloden.htm   (2389 words)

 Culloden (1964) (TV)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Watkins may well have had a political agenda – the film was likened to a social commentary on the American involvement in Vietnam (as the gutting of the Gaelic Highlands by the Noble Army was said to parallel the ‘pacification' of the Vietnamese by the U.S. Army).
Culloden, however, is not only a key historical massacre but almost part of Scottish folklore.
Arguing the details of the battle is still a not uncommon pub conversation, especially to the north and west of the country.
us.imdb.com /Title?0057982   (482 words)

 Rotary Club of Inverness Culloden, Inverness, Highlands of Scotland
Rotary Club of Inverness Culloden, Inverness, Highlands of Scotland
Inverness is a rapidly growing area and we welcome the formation of the fourth Inverness club, the Rotary Club of Inverness Riverside which was chartered earlier this year.
The Inverness Culloden Club was chartered in 1998 and we currently have 42 members.
www.cullodenrotary.co.uk   (197 words)

 Culloden travel guide - Wikitravel
Culloden is off the B9006, some 5 miles east of Inverness.
Situated about a mile outside the city limits, the Cullodon Visitor Centre [2] (administered by the National Trust for Scotland) is a major attraction for visitors to Inverness.
The last major Scottish battle took place in Culloden with a devastating defeat of the Jacobites, led by Bonnie Prince Charlie, by the government forces.
wikitravel.org /en/Culloden   (240 words)

 Culloden & Nairn
The Battle of Culloden (1746) was the last major battle fought on British soil and it proved to be a massacre of the poorly fed, tired and demoralised Jacobite army.
Close by, you'll find another atmospheric memorial, the ancient Clava Cairns, and a few miles further on you will definitely not want to miss Cawdor Castle which is regarded by many to be one of Scotland's finest castles, and is famous for its rich furnishings and interiors, as well as its beautifully laid out gardens.
Built in the aftermath of Culloden, Fort George is one of the most outstanding military fortifications to be found anywhere in Europe.
www.visitscotland.com /library/culloden   (437 words)

 CULLODEN MOOR AND THE STORY OF THE BATTLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
This history of the Battle of Culloden was first published in 1867 by Peter Anderson.
Family tradition maintains that the painting was commissioned before the defeat at Culloden but delivered afterwards.
Consequently (tradition continues) it was left unframed and it was many years before it was hung on display, and remains unframed to this day.
www.queenofscots.co.uk /culloden   (178 words)

HAVING been for some years resident in the neighbourhood of the Culloden [now Allanfearn] Railway Station, the Author's attention has been a good deal engaged with the scene and incidents of the expiring struggle of the Stuart dynasty, and the last battle fought on British ground.
The last fifty three years have seen a renascence of interest in the Stuart risings, and the printing of a number of contemporary records has led to a juster estimate of the events that culminated on Culloden Moor.
And the clans of Culloden are scattered in fight.
www.queenofscots.co.uk /culloden/cull.html   (407 words)

 Culloden on AboutBritain.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Culloden Moor, scene of the last battle fought on mainland Britain, is one of the most iconic and emotive sites in Scotland.
The Trust are working to conserve Culloden so that the site remains close to how it would have been in 1746.
There are reconstructed dykes which played a crucial part in the battle, and sheep are grazing on the battlefield so they gradually remove the scrub and regenerating trees.
www.aboutbritain.com /Culloden.htm   (685 words)

 The Battle of Culloden
It was a decision which eventually turned out to be a disaster, because it led to their bloody and inglorious defeat at Culloden - the last military battle ever to be fought on British soil.
With the capital in panic at the thought of a Jacobite advance, the prince was determined to press on to try and secure the British throne for his father, the exiled would be James VIII.
The hero of the Jacobite rising had become the most wanted man in Britain, with a price on his head that the English imagined would be too large for Scots to turn down.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Forum/8287/culloden.html   (1126 words)

 The H.M.S. Culloden Shipwreck  New York and New Jersey's (Wreck Valley)
The Culloden was a 170 foot by 47 foot, 74-gunEnglish frigate, commissioned on May 18th, 1776.
The Culloden was armed with twenty - eight 32 ponders, twenty -eight 18 ponders and eighteen 9 pound cannons.
On January 22, 1781,the Culloden under the command of Captain Balfour, along with the vessels America and the Bedford waited in Block Island Sound for several French warships that were reportedly about to run the British blockade.
www.aquaexplorers.com /shipwreckculloden.htm   (1191 words)

 screenonline: Culloden (1964)
A reconstruction of the 1746 Battle of Culloden, presented as if captured by documentary cameras at the time.
A detailed study of the 1746 Battle of Culloden and the ensuing brutal suppression of the Highland Scots,
It questioned the brutal means by which the British establishment preserved itself and, as an allegorical piece on war and state genocide, had a timeless relevance; indeed, reviewers of Culloden's American debut in 1969 drew from its portrayal of 'pacification' a comment on the Vietnam War.
www.screenonline.org.uk /tv/id/520802/index.html   (368 words)

 notcoming.com | Culloden
Culloden achieves its effect primarily through the glaringly anachronistic presence of a TV crew on Culloden Moor, but this device raises fewer questions about tense (which become a significant and deliberate problem in The War Game) than it does about perspective.
In Culloden, there is no consensus, no authority, and no televisual “voice of God”; rather, the “you” of the television audience is left to grasp at the event as a complex and incommensurable whole.
Culloden was received mostly with praise by viewers and critics alike, with only minor objections about the film’s extreme violence and (deliberately) problematic mode of address.
notcoming.com /reviews.php?id=644   (832 words)

 The National Trust for Scotland | Education Website | Teachers resources
At Culloden on 16 April 1746 the government army of about 9,000 men under William, Duke of Cumberland, completely defeated some 5,400 Jacobite rebels led by Charles Edward Stuart.
It is a common mistake to refer to Culloden as a battle between the Scots and the English.
The Lord Advocate, Duncan Forbes of Culloden, warned nothing could be gained from attacking the rebel rank and file many of whom had been forced to take part by their chiefs.
www.ntseducation.org.uk /teachers/culloden.html   (3267 words)

 Battle of Culloden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Battle of Culloden (April 16, 1746), was the final clash between the Jacobites and the Hanoverians in the 1745 Jacobite Rising.
It was the last battle to be fought on mainland Britain, and brought the Jacobite cause—to restore the House of Stuart to the throne of Great Britain—to a decisive defeat from which it never recovered.
Other Scottish Highlanders that fought on side with the government army at the Battle of Culloden included men from the Clan Munro and the Clan Ross who had both previously fought for the British against the French at the Battle of Fontenoy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battle_of_Culloden   (3156 words)

 Amazon.com: Culloden: Video: Culloden,Peter Watkins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Culloden is most readily seen as half of a dvd the other half being The War Game.
Culloden is the last major land battle fought in Great Britain.
Culloden not only showed the last wide spread rebellion to ever take place within Great Britian but Watkins also makes parellels to events that were occuring at the time.
www.amazon.com /Culloden/dp/B00000JPGR   (1930 words)

 Battle of Culloden 1745 - free Suite101.com course
Today, the tragic battle fought on 16 April 1746 is known as the Battle of Culloden.
On that fateful day, half of the undefeated Jacobite Army wasn’t on the battlefield and the half who fought there were hungry and exhausted.
Culloden and its horrific aftermath remain engraved in the pages of history and in the hearts and souls of the Scots.
www.suite101.com /course.cfm/17151/seminar   (715 words)

 Culloden News
Local news for Culloden, WV continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
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CULLODEN -- The holidays are here and with them come festive parties where you want to look your best.
www.topix.net /city/culloden-wv   (595 words)

 Culloden Moor - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Culloden Moor, elevated expanse of moorland, north-eastern Scotland, near Inverness.
It is part of the moor known locally as Drummoissie Muir....
Drummossie or Culloden Moor, near Culloden House, lay about 10 km (6 mi) east of Inverness in Scotland.
uk.encarta.msn.com /Culloden_Moor.html   (96 words)

 The Battle of Culloden
In his thoughts it was either a major battle near Culloden House (a country house on the road the enemy must take to reach Inverness) or facing the loss of Inverness.
The choice of Culloden Moor was made by one of the few advisors which the 25 year old Prince trusted, his Quartermaster and Adjutant-General John William O'Sullivan, a man neither respected nor liked by the Highland chiefs.
In the midst of preparation for the battle of Culloden the Camerons, Stewarts of Appin and the Athollmen were given the honor of being positioned in the first line of the Jacobite right flank.
www.clan-cameron.org /battles/1746_b.html   (3813 words)

 The Battle of Culloden
On the 16 April, 1746 the last Jacobite rebellion finally ended in defeat on Culloden Moor.
The moor was totally unsuitable for the gallant Highlanders style of warfare and gave a huge advantage to the English with their long range artillery and heavy cavalry.
The 1745 rebellion was initially successful and "Bonnie Prince Charlie" and his troops advanced, undefeated, to within 130 miles of London before returning to Scotland to raise more troops.
website.lineone.net /~garykane/culloden.html   (73 words)

 Amazon.com: Culloden: Books: John Prebble   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Culloden Areaguide — Your Culloden Areaguide for Culloden.
Culloden was published in 1961, followed by The Highland Clearances and lastly Glencoe.
Culloden presents the events of the battle fairly early and then delves extensively into the aftermath.
www.amazon.com /Culloden-John-Prebble/dp/B0007DT6U0   (744 words)

 The Battle of Culloden in which Bonnie Prince Charles was defeated in the rebellion of 1745
The Battle of Culloden in which Bonnie Prince Charles was defeated in the rebellion of 1745
Since we produced the Culloden battle to our visitors we've added the entire account of Bonnie Prince Charlie which includes the Battle of Culloden.
So if you wish to learn more about what led to the battle and more about the aftermath you may wish to read that account instead of this shorter version.
www.electricscotland.com /history/culloden   (118 words)

 Culloden Memorial - Knoydart, Nova Scotia, Canada
This site has been developed to showcase and archive the memorial cairn and events that take place in Knoydart, Nova Scotia.
Each April a group of dedicated volunteers put on an event in the memory of soldiers of Bonnie Prince Charlie's army that fought in the Battle of Culloden (1746) on the Culloden moore near Invernsess in northern Scotland.
The Culloden Cairn commemorates three soldiers who fought in the battle, and is the site of a dedication ceremony held each year on its anniversary.
www.culloden.ca   (129 words)

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