Angus has a rich and varied heritage, from the ancient Picts through artists and authors with international reputations to its unsung heroes. You can learn more of the people, famous, infamous and not so famous, architecture, documentary heritage and rich collection of artifacts and art.
Angus Archives holds a wealth of fascinating documents which tell great stories about people, lifestyles and events. We plan to share these gems with you and hope that you will enjoy discovering a little about the rich heritage of Angus.
Angus has a rich heritage of 18th, 19th and 20th century architecture. Its towns are well preserved and reflect medieval patterns of settlement. The villages are unspoiled and full of character.
Angus has been home to many creative, inventive, talented, scientific and notorious people. Some are famous such as J. M. Barrie, the author of Peter Pan, while others are less well known, such as James Chalmers, the Arbroath born man who really invented the adhesive postage stamp. We will take a look at the lives of men and women who have contributed to the heritage of Angus and Scotland, if not the world.
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