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  • Celtic Magazine, The (1876)
    By MacKenzie, A. & MacGregor, A. [ed.]
    Volume one of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands † †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1877)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume two of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1878)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume three of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1879)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume four of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands † †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1880)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume five of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1881)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume six of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1882)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume seven of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1883)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume eight of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1884)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume nine of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1885)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume ten of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands † †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1886)
    By MacKenzie, A. [ed.]
    Volume eleven of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands † †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1887)
    By MacBain, A. [ed.]
    Volume twelve of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands † †


  • Celtic Magazine, The (1888)
    By MacBain, A. [ed.]
    Volume thirteen of the Celtic Magazine includes a range of articles on a number of subjects including literature, history, traditions, folklore and social customs of the Highlands and Islands † † †


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1892-93)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The first volume of Celtic Monthly contains almost 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1894)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The second volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1895-96)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The fourth volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography. There is also extensive coverage of the activities of Clan Societies and Highland Associations around the world


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1896-97)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The fifth volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography. There is also extensive coverage of the activities of Clan Societies and Highland Associations around the world


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1897-98)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The sixth volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography. There is also extensive coverage of the activities of Clan Societies and Highland Associations around the world †


  • Celtic Monthly, The (1898-1900)
    By MacKay, John [ed.]
    The seventh volume of Celtic Monthly contains over 200 articles and contributions on a wide variety of subjects including history, language and literature, music, poetry and biography. There is also extensive coverage of the activities of Clan Societies and Highland Associations around the world


  • Economical History of the Hebrides and Highlands of Scotland (volume 2), An
    By Walker, J
    The second book in John Walker's assessment of the state of agriculture in the Highlands and Islands in the early 19th century covers livestock and the cultivation of woodland areas. †


  • Economical History of the Hebrides and Highlands of Scotland (volume1), An
    By Walker, J
    The first book in John Walker's assessment of the state of agriculture in the Highlands and Islands in the early 19th century covers land tenure, farm buildings and enclosures, land use and crops †


  • Scotish GaŽl; or, Celtic manners, as preserved among the Highlanders (volume 2), The
    By Logan, J.
    Volume Two of a description of the Highlands and Highland people, particularly the Gaels. †


  • Tour through the Highlands of Scotland, and the Hebride Isles, in 1786, A
    By Knox, J.
    A description of a tour in the interest of "the proposed society for extending the fisheries and improving the sea-coasts of the kingdom". It covers the coast from Oban to Cape Wrath. †


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 12
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The twelfth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the early Celtic Church in Scotland; the Gaelic names of birds; old Gaelic songs; Ossianic literature; Lochaber bards; Archibald Grant (the Glenmoriston bard); smuggling; the social history of the Gael; changing landownership in Ross-shire; the Parish of Rosskeen; the dialects of Scottish Gaelic; some unpublished letters of Simon, Lord Lovat to Lochiel and old Highland industries


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 24
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The twenty-fourth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on unpublished literature of the Reay country; more family papers of the MacKays of Bighouse; the boycotting of Killihuntly; an economic history of the Western Isles; notes on the trial of James of the Glens; more unpublished Gaelic ballads from the MacLagan manuscript; the history, legends and traditions of Strathardle; the early history of the Parish of Kiltarlity; collecting the works of the Gaelic Bards; the wanderings of Charles Edward Stuart in Badenoch; the Gaelic of West Ross-shire; Neil MacLeod, the Last of Assynt; the MacGregors of Roro; Shelta: the Cairds language


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