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  • Am Filidh Gaidhealach, or, The Highland minstrel
    By
    A collection of the most popular ancient and modern songs of the Gaels of Scotland


  • An Ion Dubh - The Blackbird: a collection of 28 Gaelic songs with music
    By Jamieson, R.D.
    A collection of Gaelic songs in two-part harmony.


  • 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


  • Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland: Containing descriptions of their scenery and antiquities (volume 2), The
    By Macculoch, J.
    The second volume of a detailed history and description of the highlands and western Islands of Scotland. †


  • History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments (volume 3), A
    By Keltie, J.S., MacLauchlan, T. & Wilson, J.
    A study of Scottish history, the clan system in the Highlands, and the history of Highland military regiments with an account of Gaelic language, literature and music. †


  • History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments (volume 4), A
    By Keltie, J.S., MacLauchlan, T. & Wilson, J.
    A study of Scottish history, the clan system in the Highlands, and the history of Highland military regiments with an account of Gaelic language, literature and music. †


  • History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments (volume 5), A
    By Keltie, J.S., MacLauchlan, T. & Wilson, J.
    A study of Scottish history, the clan system in the Highlands, and the history of Highland military regiments with an account of Gaelic language, literature and music. †


  • Jacobite Relics of Scotland, The
    By Hogg, J.
    A collection of songs relating to the various Jacobite risings in the 17th and 18th centuries. †


  • Jacobite Songs and Ballads
    By Macquoid, G.S.
    A chronologically arranged anthology of Jacobite songs.


  • Observations on the propriety of preserving the dress, the language, the poetry, the music, and the customs, of the ancient inhabitants of Scotland
    By Sinclair, J.
    An address to the Highland Societies of London and Scotland


  • 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 † †


  • 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. †


  • Sean dain, agus orain Ghaidhealach
    By Gillies, J.
    A collection of ancient and modern Gaelic poems and songs collected by the author.


  • Sketches of the character, institutions, and customs of the Highlanders of Scotland
    By Steward, D.
    A study of the Highlands and Highlanders


  • Songs and Hymns of the Scottish Highlands, The
    By MacBean, L.
    A collection of Gaelic songs and hymns with music and translations. †


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 11
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The eleventh volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on druid circles; the ancient Celts; The Book of Deer; the Celtic derivation of English river names; the social condition of the Highlands; Presbyterial notices of Ardnamurchan and Morvern; Sir Robert Munro; old Gaelic songs; the Gaelic names of birds; Celtic poetry; ministers of the Presbytery of Tongue and the Fernaig Manuscript


  • 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 14
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The fourteenth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the unpublished correspondence of Lord Lovat; Highland ghosts; items from Lord MacDonald's charter chest; the traditions and songs of the sheiling; place-names of Kinross; the families of Kingsburgh and Milton; old Highland roads; the old ministers of Badenoch; notes on the Parish of Alness; superstition in the Highlands and popular domestic medicine in the Highlands


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 15
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The fifteenth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the dialect of the Reay country; the MacDonalds of Morar; the place-names of the Parish of Assynt; the place-names of Arran; a collection of unpublished Gaelic poetry; the traditions and songs of the sheiling; the old ministers of Badenoch; Hebridean singers and songs; the history, legends and traditions of Strathardle


  • 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


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 18
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The eighteenth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the apparitions and ghosts of the Isle of Skye; the Frasers of Foyers; General Monk's campaign in the Highlands in 1654; the dialect of Badenoch; the Gaelic incantations and charms of the Hebrides; the place-names of Reay and Kildonan; the genealogy and history of Clan Chattan; the history, legends and traditions of Strathardle; Ptolemy's geography of Scotland; the MacIntyre's of Glennoe; the Frasers of Guisachan; the place-names of Loth and Clyne and the Gaelic songs of Perthshire †


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 19
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The nineteenth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on Donald Murchison and the Forfeited Estates Commissioners; religion and mythology of the Celts; the ecclesiastical history of Strathdearn; the Mackintoshes of Kellachie; Pictish towers and brochs; Celtic elements in Lowland Scottish song; the place-names of Golspie and Rogart; papers from the Cluny charter chest; Norse elements in Highland place-names; the history, legends and traditions of Strathardle


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 20
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The twentieth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on unpublished Gaelic songs; the MacGillivrays of Dunmaglass; notes from West Kintyre; Norse influence on the language and literature of the Highlands; the place-names of Lairg and Creich; the Gaelic dialect of Arran; the songs of Badenoch; papers from the Cluny charter chest; the Gaelic system of personal names; the place-names of Dornoch


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 21
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The twenty-first volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the Cuthberts of Castlehill; unpublished poetry and folklore from Glenmoriston; the Strathspey Raid to Elgin in 1820; the history, legends and traditions of Strathardle; second sight in the Highlands; family papers of the MacKays of Bighouse; unpublished Gaelic ballads; the Gaelic dialect of Arran; fauns and fairies; the Robertsons of Inshes; more papers from the Cluny charter chest


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 22
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The twenty-second volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on spoken Gaelic in Inverness; more family papers of the MacKays of Bighouse; the Baillies of Dunain; early Highland personal names; poems from the MacLagan manuscript; the topography and positions of the Island of Eigg; the Exchequer Rolls of Scotland; songs collected in Badenoch; Ossianic poetry


  • 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


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 29
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The twenty-ninth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on rare Gaelic words and phrases; Celtic missionaries in Europe; clan warfare; Gaelic songs; Gaelic poets from Kildonan and Reay; the MacLeods of Dunvegan; Celtic Art; mythological beings in Gaelic folklore; social life in Skye; Highland Second Sight; the place-names of Coll


  • Transactions of The Gaelic Society of Inverness, volume 5
    By Gaelic Society of Inverness, The
    The fifth volume of the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness includes papers on the affinity between Gaelic and German; Highland Minstrelsy; Rob Donn; Ossianic poetry


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