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Report of the Committee of Council on Education in Scotland
With appendix 1902-1903. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of his Majesty (1903) (pdf)

Ecclesiological Notes of some of the Islands of Scotland
By T. S. Muir (1885)


Added our Weekly Newsletter for 19th April 2024 which you can read as a pdf file or in our Community

Roualeyn Gordon-Cumming
A profile and his writings.

The Six-Hour Day & Other Industrial Questions
By Lord Leverhulme edited by Stanley Unwin (1919) (pdf)

Essay on the construction of cottages
Suited for the dwellings of the labouring classes, for which the premium was voted by the Highland Society of Scotland. Illustrated by working plans of single and combined cottages by George Smith (1834) (pdf)

Schiehallion
Added a video of a walk with Steve Marsh in 2024 to the foot of the page where I took some pictures in 2004.

Public Administration In the Highlands and Islands of Scotland
By John Percival Day, B.A., B.Sc. (Lond.) ; D.Phil. (St. And.) (1918) (pdf)

A Tour in Scotland in 1769
By Thomas Pennant (fifth edition) (1790) (pdf)

Calum I. Maclean's Fieldwork Diaries in Arisaig, Morar, and Moidart, 1954
Part one (pdf)

Land use in the Highlands and islands
By Advisory Panel on the Highlands and Islands; Cameron, Lord (1964) (pdf)

Building a New Scotland
Papers from the Scottish Government

Boundaries of the Counties and Parishes in Scotland
As settled by the Boundary Commissioners under the Local Government (Scotland) Act, 1889. by Hay Shennan, Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute at Lerwick (1892) (pdf)

The Binns
Charter granted on 9th November 1944 to the National Trust for Scotland by Eleanor Dalyell of the Binns, The first House in Scotland presented to The National Trust for Scotland under their Country House Scheme. (pdf)

Scottish Society of Indianapolis
Got in their February/March 2024 Newsletter


Added our Weekly Newsletter for 12th April 2024 which you can read as a pdf file or in our Community

Clan Chattan
Added a couple of videos to our Clan Chattan history page

Royal Commission on Physical Training (Scotland)
Report of the Royal Commission on Physical Training (Scotland) Volume 1. Report and Appendix and Volume II. Minutes and Index (1903) (pdf)

Chronicles of the Picts, Chronicles of the Scots
Early memorials of Scottish History edited by William F. Skene, LL.D. published by the authority of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, under the direction of The Lord Clerk Register of Scotland (1867) (pdf)

Scottish Myths and Legends
A video by The Great British Channel

Folk-Lore and Legends
Scotland (1889) (pdf)

Folk-Lore Society
Added Volume 29 (1918) (pdf) towards the foot of the page.

Scots graduates must do less Angry Birds more early-bird career calls
Rising numbers of Scots graduates are far too addicted to their smartphone by Bill Magee

The Connection between England and Scotland
By Ella S. Armitage (1885) (pdf)


Added our Weekly Newsletter for 5th April 2024 which you can read as a pdf file or in our Community

An Old Educational Reformer Dr. Andrew Bell
By John Miller D. Meiklejohn, M.A., Professor of the Theory, History, and pratice of Education in the University of St. Andrews (1881) (pdf)

The Henderson Trust Reports
At a meeting held on the 6th March, 1905, the Trustees of William Ramsay Henderson, Esq. of Warriston and Eildon Hall, resolved to devote a portion of the funds at their disposal to the collection of facts likely to be useful in the study of Anthropology, having reference especially to the cranial conformation of man, to the size and configuration of the brain and larger nervous centres, and to other kindred subjects, and to publish from time to time the records of such collections of facts under the designation of The Henderson Trust Reports. (pdf)

Alturlie
The same being some passages in the life of Simon Stuart of Alturlie, sometime officer in King Louis of France his regiment in Picardy, and later Major of his Britannic Majesty's regiment of Fraser Highlanders. These now edited by H. Robswood Cooke (pdf)

Brothers in Mission
Alexander Farquharson of Cape Breton and Archibald Farquharson of Tiree by Margaret A. MacKay, B.A., Dip. Scot. Stud., Ph.D.

The Hebrides Revival
Rev. Duncan Campbell (audio)

Highlanders of Scotland
Being a series of Portraits, with biographical and historical notices illustrative of the principle clans and followings, and the retainers of the royal household at Balmoral in the reign of her Majesty Queen Victoria by Kenneth MacLeay, Esq., F.S.A. (1872)

Highlands and Islands - A Royal Tour
HRH the Prince of Wales on a tour of the Highlands (1973) and Islands with visits including the Highland stoneware pottery at Lochinver, a woollen mill on Lewis, an electronics factory on Skye and fudge and jewellery factories on Orkney.

Ancient Church Dedications in Scotland
By James Murray MacKinlay, M.A.

Book of the Landed Estate
Containing directions for the management and development of landed property by Robert E. Brown (1869) (pdf)

Agricultural Labourers
As they were, are, and should be in their social condition by The Rev. Harry Stuart, A.M., Minister of Oathlaw; being an address, delivered to a general meeting of the Forfarshire Agricultural Association, June 1853, and published at the request of the Association (1853) (pdf)

Blacks's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland
Twenty-eighth edition (1889) (pdf)



 


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