Record

CodeNA16706
Dates1878-
Person NameKennethmont, Clatt and Leslie Total Abstinence Society; 1878-
ActivityThe Temperance Movement in Scotland had its origins in Glasgow in the 1820s, and was a response to increasing problems of drunkenness and antisocial behaviour amongst the urban poor. The Kennethmont, Clatt and Leslie Total Abstinence Society appears to have been founded nearly sixty years later, bringing together three rural communities near Huntly in Aberdeenshire.
Corporate NameKennethmont, Clatt and Leslie Total Abstinence Society
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