Clan Donald (volume 1), The
By MacDonald, A.
The first volume of a history of the Clan Donald. It covers the period from Pictish times to the early 16th century.
Education in the Highlands in the olden times
By MacKay, W.
A history of education in the Highlands from the early Christian missionaries to the early 19th century.
Moral statistics of the Highlands and islands of Scotland
By Inverness Society for the Education of the Poor in the Highlands
An investigation into the state of education in the Highlands and Islands in the early 19th century.
My Schools and Schoolmasters; or the story of my education
By Miller, Hugh
The autobiography of geologist and theologist, Hugh Miller.
Old Highlands, The; being papers read before the Gaelic Society of Glasgow, 1895 - 1906
By Gaelic Society of Glasgow, The
Topics covered by these papers include ancient poetry; social history; Gaelic hymns and songs; education and the clan system
Prize Essay on the state of society and knowledge in the Highlands of Scotland
By Anderson J.
Essay on the state of society and knowledge in the Highlands of Scotland, particularly in the northern counties, at the period of the rebellion in 1745, and of their progress up to the establishment of the Northern Institution for the promotion of science and literature, in 1825.
Reminiscences of a Highland parish
By MacLeod, N.
Stories and sketches of life in the parish of Morvern.
Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 16
By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
The sixteenth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the church and education in the Highlands; Celts and Teutons; the place-names of Durness and Eddrachillis; the MacDonells of Scotos; unpublished old Gaelic songs; the history, clans, place-names of Badenoch; the Picts; Hebridean singers and songs and legends and traditions of Lochaber
Urquhart and Glenmoriston; olden times in a Highland parish
By MacKay, W.
A history of the parish of Urquhart & Glenmoriston from Pictish times to 1747.
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