Batty, Dr Margaret (1998) James Hamilton MD. FRCP Ed. 1741-1827 of Dunbar, Physician & Preacher World Methodism Historical Society
Bunyan, Stephen (1991 3rd ed) A walk round historic Dunbar East Lothian Tourist Board & LEEL
Crone, B.A. (1992) ‘An Iron Age cist at North Belton Farm, Dunbar’, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 122, pp161-70
Dennison, Dr Patricia, & Stronach, Simon (awaiting publication) Historic Dunbar (Scottish Burgh Survey) Historic Scotland
Donaldson, Gordon & Bunyan, Stephen (1987) Dunbar Parish Church – Tribute to the Past, Hope for the Future: three papers East Lothian Antiquarian & Field Naturalists’ Society ISBN 0141 1637
East Lothian Council (various dates) East Lothian Countryside Ranger Service: annual report
East Lothian Council (various dates) John Muir Country Park; Annual Report
East Lothian County Council (1953) Survey Report
East Lothian Council (2000) East Lothian Business Directory
Glass, Lena (1997) Slate to Disc 1897-1997 Dunbar Schools Centenary Book
Hendrie, W.F. (1997) The Dominie: A Profile of the Scottish Headmaster John Donald
Hill, P.H. (1982) ‘Broxmouth hill-fort excavations, 1977-78: an interim report’, in Harding, D W (ed) Later prehistoric settlement in south-east Scotland, pp141-88 (Department of Archaeology, University of Edinburgh, Occasional Paper No. 8)
Knox, Ally (1993) ‘Beltonford Paper Mill and the Annandale family from a Photographic Archive’ East Lothian Antiquarian & Field Naturalists’ Society Transactions Vol 22, pp1-21
Land Use Consultants for the Countryside Commission for Scotland, CCS (later Scottish Natural Heritage, SNH) and Historic Buildings and Monuments Directorate, Scottish Development Department (first published c 1987, 1997 reprint) The Inventory of Gardens & Designed Landscapes in Scotland: Volume 5: Lothian & Borders (Belhaven House pp 18-21)
Longworth, I.H. (1966) ‘A massive cist with multiple burials of Iron Age date at Lochend, Dunbar’, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 98, pp173-98
McMartin, J.S (1958) The History of Dunbar Castle Lodge 1758-1958, Croal
McMaster, Charles & Rutherford, Tom (1985) A History of the Belhaven Brewery The Scottish Brewing Archive
McNie, John (2002) Dunbar Parish Church – Place and People
The Meteorological Office (1989) The Climate of Scotland, Some Facts and Figures HMSO
Moloney, C. (2001) ‘New evidence for the origins and evolution of Dunbar; excavations at the Captain’s Cabin, Castle Park, Dunbar, East Lothian’ Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (PSAS) 131 pp283-318
National Archives of Scotland (NAS) 1962 October 25 Discontinuance of Rural Schools in East Lothian NAS ED/1650
Perry, D.R. (2000) Castle Park, Dunbar: two thousand years on a fortified headland, Society of Antiquaries of Scotland Monograph Series Number 16
Philip, H.L. (1995) A Short History of National School Certificates in Scotland Scottish Examination Board
Pugh, R.J.M. (2003) Swords, Loaves & Fishes: a History of Dunbar Harlaw Heritage
Robinson, Beryl (1999) A Living from the Land: the reminiscences of Tom Porteous – East Lothian ploughboy, forester and ‘handyman’ Gullane and District History Society
Scottish Natural Heritage & Historic Scotland (2001) An Inventory of Gardens & Designed Landscapes: Supplementary Volume 1: Lothians (Broxmouth pp 6-11)
Skinner, Basil (1969) The Lime Industry in the Lothians Edinburgh University
Shinn, Jnr, R.F. (1990) Arthur Berridale Keith 1879-1944 – the Chief Ornament of Scottish Learning pp117-119 Aberdeen University Press
Smeed, P. (2000) Dunbar in Living Memory East Lothian Council Museums Service
Tindall, F. (1998) Memoirs and Confessions of a County Planning Officer Pantile Press
Triscott, J. (1982) ‘Excavations at Dryburn Bridge’, in Harding, D.W. (ed) Later prehistoric settlement in south-east Scotland, pp117-24 (Department of Archaeology, University of Edinburgh, Occasional Paper No. 8)
Wordsworth, J. (1983) ‘Friarscroft and the Trinitarians in Dunbar’, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 113, pp478-88
The main research on flora and fauna in the parish can be found in the management booklets produced by the East Lothian ranger service; these cover both John Muir Country Park and Barns Ness for which reports are regularly produced.
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