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Catalogue 34                                               December 2021




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  1. Place Names of Lewis & Harris by Donald Maciver. H.B. Published in 1934. Each district in Lewis and Harris is covered in this publication. Index of Places and Districts and Abbreviations. 102 Pages. £45
  2. A Mini Guide to Eoropie Teampull, Isle of Lewis by Gerard Ponting. Pamphlet, originally printed in 1982, this reprint is from 1987. 4 Pages. £6
  3. Isle of Shapinsay by William Irvine. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 14 Chapters and Photographs. 152 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings about the book and a letter from the Publishers to the Purchaser. £35
  4. An Orkney Family Saga by Peggy Fea. Illustrations by Philip Shann. 23 Chapters and Bibliography56 Pages. £15. A presentational copy signed by the author.
  5. The Sporting Estates of the Outer Hebrides Past and Present. An Illustrated History by David S.D. Jones. P.B. Published in 2008. 22 Estates are covered and includes a detailed Map of Lewis and Harris and photographs. 144 Pages. £10. Signed by the Author.
  6. Mingulay an Island Guide. Published by Comunn Eachdraidh Bharraigh in 1994. A4 Size Publication with Ring Binding. 22 Pages. £10
  7. A Tale of the Press Gang in Zetlandica by L.A. Williamson. P.B. Published in 1977. 10 Chapters, Preface and Introduction. 136 Pages. £15
  8. Hebridean Folksongs III. Waulking Songs from Vatersay, Barra, South Uist, Eriskay and Benbecula. Edited and Translated by J.L. Campbell. Tunes transcribed from Recordings and annotated by Francis Collinson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. Contents: List of Plates, Introduction -The Waulking, The Songs, The Singers, The Recordings. Some Motifs and Formulas of the Older Waulking Songs, List of First Lines, Texts with Translations, Notes on the Text, Musicological Notes, The Refrain Syllables of Waulking Songs, Hebridean Folksongs and Songs of the Hebrides, Musical Transciptions, Additions to Bibliography, Glossarial Index, Index of Persons and Places. 432 Pages. £25
  9. A Lerwick Lifeboatman’s Story by George Leith. P.B. Published in 1993. Contents: List of Illustartions, Foreword, Acknowledgements, Introduction, Lerwick’s Lifeboats Services, Postscript, Awards, Lerwick Lifeboats, Index. Includes Photographs. 152 Pages. £10
  10. How an Island Lost its People. Improvement, Clearance and Resettlement on Lismore, 1830-1914 by Robert Hay. P.B. Published in 2013. 7 Chapters, 15 Appendixes, Sources, Acknowledgements and Index. Includes Photographs. 303 Pages. £10
  1. The Whisky Run. A Cruising Man’s Guide to the West Coast of Scotland and Hebridean Waters by Jim Andrews. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. Contents: Author’s Note, Introducing the Whisky Run, How to Get There, The Firth of Clyde, Through the Crinan Canal, From Crinan to Oban, Around the Isle of Mull, North from Ardnamurchan, Lochs of the North West, The Outer Hebrides and St Kilda. 40 Pages. £15
  2. Today’s Highlands. A Highlands and Islands Development Board Supplement which was Included with the 1986 Annual Report. A4 Size Publication. Contents: The Highlands & Islands, The Board, The Economic Factors, Transportation & Communications Light Industry, Major Industries, Tourism, The Land, The Sea, Social & Community Development, Conclusion. 20 Pages. £8
  3. 1986 Highlands and Islands Development Board Annual Report. A4 Size Publication. 68 Pages of Text and Photographs. £8
  4. A Research Study Into Provision for Recreation in the Highlands and Islands. Phase 1. Areas Affected b y Oil Related Development. Oil, Leisure and Society. A4 Size Publication. 7 Chapters broken down into sub headings and Appendixes. 339 Pages. £15
  5. A Life of Song by Marjory Kennedy Fraser. H.B. With D/J Published in 1929. 1st Edition. Part One: The Kennedys, Part Two: Life as a Teacher, Part III The Hebrides. Part IV. Fruition. Includes Illustrations. 198 Pages. £30
  1. The Buried Barony by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor. With a frontspiece from a painting by Mrs RG. Fraser, and 54 Illustrations mostly from Photographs by the the Author. H.B. Published in 1949. Contents: The Buried Barony, Spanish Gold, The Sea Dogs of Scotland, Gypsies of the Borderland, Who Shot the Red Fox, The Pass of Corrieyarrick, Rothiemurchus: An Ancient Highland Heritage, Covenanters Conventicle 1666-1945. 163 Pages. £20
  2. Glen More Cairngorms. Forest Park Guide. P.B. Published in 1966. Edited by John Walton. 13 Chapters, Bibliography, Approaches to the Park, General Information, The Cairngorms Nature Reserve, Maps and Photographs. 113 Pages. £10
  3. The Western Isles. Barra, South Uist, Benbecula, North Uist, Harris, Lewis. A Western Isles Tourist Board Publication. Text by Francis Thomson and Includes Photographs. Booklet. 32 Pages. £8
  4. Pathmakers in the Isles 1850-1949 by Mrs J.T.S Watson. Booklet,date of Printing Unknown. A Church of Scotland Publication. 31 Pages. £15 (Scarce)
  5. In Hebridean Seas by Francis Thomson. P.B. Published in 1994. 12 Chapters, Conclusion, Select Bibliography. This book is the story of a maritime community in which the sea is the thread that binds all together. Includes Photographs. 114 Pages. £8
  6. Hebridean Interlude and Hebridean Interlude Two by Gladys Mester. Two P.B. Publications.Book 1 has 23 Chapters. Printed in 1985. 137 Pages. Book Two has 18 Chapters and was printed in 1986. 140 Pages. £15 for both books.
  7. Hebridean Happenings by Gladys Mester. P.B. Date of Printing 1988. 16 Chapters. 135 Pages. £8
  8. Tales from Barra Told by the Coddy. John Macpherson, Northbay Barra, 1876-1955. With Foreword by Compton Mackenzie and Introduction and Notes by J.L. Campbell. P.B. Published in 1960. 1st Edition. Contents: Pedigrees, Tales of the Macneil of Barra and Other Lairds, The Macleods of Dunvegan, The Laird of Boisdale, Stories of Olden Times, Ecclesiastical Traditions, Place Names, Tales of Treasure, Tales of Local Characters, Stories of the Politician, Stories of Sea Monsters, Fairies, Second Sight and Ghost Stories, Witchcraft, Appendix, Bibliography. 215 Pages. £10
  9. Deirdrie. The Barra Story in a Play. Drama in Four Acts in Gaelic and English. Adapted from Alexander Carmichael’s Barra Story and Lay by Gordon Bottomley. With The Additional Passages Translated into Gaelic by Catherine F and David Urquhart. P.B. Published in 1944. 159 Pages. £15
  10. Days in Thule With Rod, Gun and Camera by John Bickerdyke. H.B. Published in 1894. This is a simple record of life in a Hebridean Lodge. Contents: Gheira Lodge, The Haddies of Thule, Wild Dogs and Tame Grouse, Conjuring Salmon, Deck, Plover and Snipe, A Sulky Salmon and a greedy Cod, An Assault on the Blue Rock Strongholds, Three Lochs and a Puddle, ‘Salmo Irritans’ and his Vanquishment, The Rabbits of the Cliffs, Our Sea Trout Ditch, Farewell to Thule. Includes Illustrations. 181 Pages. £200
  11. St Clair of the Isles. Or the Outlaws of Barra. A Scottish Romance by Elizabeth Helme. H.B. Date of Publishing not known.268 Pages. £25
  12. Tales and Traditions of the Lews. Collected by Dr Donald Macdonald of Gisla. H.B. With D/J Published in 1967. 1st Edition. 60 Tales and Traditions in Total, which includes many tales about the Macleod, Macaulay’s, Morrisons and Macdonalds. 297 Pages, includes a newspaper cutting from the Stornoway Gazette from 1967 after the book’s Publication. £15
  13. Twenty Years of Hebridean Memories by Emily Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965. This book covers the years 1918-1938. 14 Chapters, A Fairy Story and Postscript and contains Photographs. 156 Pages. £20
  14. The Scots Magazine from July 1973. A5 size Publication. 13 Chapters with Different Stories from around the Country and Includes many photographs. This edition has a story about Pabbay written by Aubrey Halford Macleod. 90 Pages. £8
  15. Call na H-Iolaire le Tormod Chalum Domhnallach. The first ever publication written about the sinking of the Iolaire on New Years Day 1919. The book is in Gaelic with an English Synoposis. Includes Interviews with Survivors. 124 Pages and includes Photographs. Includes are press cuttings and poems about the Iolaire. £10
  16. Island Years by Frank Fraser Darling. With a new preface by the author illustrated. P.B. Published in 1973. 12 Chapters and Illustrations. 252 Pages. £6\
  17. Eilean na H-Oige. Island of Youth. Insel Der Jugend. Poem by Fr Allan Macdonald. Translated  by P.Campbell, A Macdonald & G. Vogler-Fiesser. Drawings by M. Seuren. P.B. Published in 1985. This is a limited edition of 200 copies each signed by the artist of the drawings and the editor. This is no 148/200. £15
  1. Cunnartan Cuain le Aonghas Mac a Phi. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1981. Clar Innse: Roimh Radh, Bathadh Clann a Phi, Bliadhna Nan Cragan. 87 Duilleagan. £6
  2. One Man’s Lewis by George Morrison (The Breve) A Lively View of a Lively Island. P.B. Published in 1978. A collection of the humorous articles from the pen of the Breve which appeared in the Stornoway Gazette over the year’s. 125 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book and also newspaper cuttings with obituary’s and tributes to the Breve. £8
  3. The Island Blackhouse. And a guide to ‘The Blackhouse’ No 42, Arnol by Alexander Fenton. Printed in 1978. Contents: Preface, The Blackhouse at 42 Arnol, Blackhouses on the West Side of Lewis, Change and Conservation, The Village of Arnol, The Economic Pattern, Crofting Tenure, Sources. Includes Photographs. 56 Pages. £6
  1. Air mo Chuairt le Ealasaid Chaimbeul. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1982. Clar Innse: Tus M’Oige, Fagail Bharraigh, Aig Mo Chosnadh, Air Ais a Bhatarsaigh, An Deidh Na Raimh a Shaoradh. Cunntas mu bheatha an ughdair a Rugadh air a Bhogaidh am Barraigh ann an 1913.89 Duilleagan. £6
  2. Shipwrecked on Vatersay by Bob Charnley. Booklet, printed in 1992. The true story of the emigrant ship ‘Annie Jane’ wrecked September 1853 on the Island of Vatersay Outer Hebrides. Contents: Prelude & Voyage, Complaints, Disaster, The Aftermath. 35 Pages. £6 Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book.
  3. The Outer Hebrides Handbook and Guide. Kittiwake Press in association with John Bartholomew & Son. Booklet, printed in 1989. Includes Text and Maps, Photographs. Guides to Lewis, Harris, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist and Barra. 96 Pages. £6
  4. The Story of Loganair. Scotland’s Airline -The First 25 Years by Iain Hutchison. Booklet, printed in 1987. 96 Pages which includes Photographs. £8
  5. Hebridean Island Memories of Scarp. Angus Duncan (1888-1971) Edited by A. Duncan. H.B. With D/J Published in 1995. Thirty Chapters. Foreword, Biographical Notes, Acknowledgements, Maps and Illustrations, Appendix Notes, Bibliography and Index. Includes Photographs. 218 Pages. £10 Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £10
  6. Folksongs and Folklore of South Uist by Margaret Fay Shaw. H.B. With D/J Published in 1955. 1stEdition. Contents: Introduction, Prayers and Saints Days, Ballads, Proverbs and Sayings, Old Cures, Recipes for Dyeing Wool, Recipes for Special Dishes, Stories, Songs, Reciters, First Lines of Songs and Ballads, Bibliography, Index, Map. Includes Illustrations. 290 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book. £25
  1. Hebrid Echoes. By Arch N Currie. 51 Songs in English and Gaelic. H.B Date of Publishing Unknown. Inscription in the book dated 1924. 40 Pages. £25
  2. Skye by Derek Cooper. H.B. With D/J Published in  1970. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface, Acknowledgements, Skye -A View, Gazetteer, Anthology, Some Dates, Books Worth Reading, Index, Skye Mileage Chart, Map of Skye. Includes Illustrations, Plates and Drawings. 242 Pages. Includes a pamphlet with details of the Derek Cooper Book Collection which was donated to the Ravenspoint Centre, South Lochs, Isle of Lewis. £10
  1. Consider the Lillies by Iain Crichton Smith. H/B. With D/J Published in 1968. 1st Edition. This is a novel about the Highland Clearances. Opinions from Ian Grimble, Neil M. Gunn, Edwin Morgan, John Prebble, Martin Seymour Smith. 192 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting about Iain Crichton Smith. £10
  2. The Islands of Scotland Including Skye by DJ. Fabian, G.E. Little, D.N. Williams. Scottish Mountaineering Club District Guide. Series Editor: D.J. Bennet. Contents: Ailsa Craig to Ardnamurchan, The Island of Skye, Ardnamurchan to Shetland. Includes numerous Illustrations. H.B Published in 1989. 406 Pages. £15
  3. Kirkwall Kilwinning No 382. The Story from 1736. Lectures given by the late Bro. James Flett, PM, on the history of the Lodge in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with addenda and appendices. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. 162 Pages which includes illustrations. £20. Includes a newspaper cutting with a report of the 250th anniversary celebrations of the Lodge in 1986.
  4. Oriken En Bok Om Shetland Och Orkney. Text Olov Isaksson. Bild Soren Hallgren. H.B. Published in 1979. A reprint as it looks that the 1st Edition was published in 1969. The book is in Swedish. The book is one in a series of publications that looked at various islands round the world. The book is all about Orkney and Shetland with text and 150 photographs. 200 Pages. £15. Includes Newspaper cuttings with reviews about the book.
  5. Shetland’s Oil Era. Sullom Voe Terminal Inauguration By Her Majesty The Queen. -9th May 1981. Special Edition. H.B. Published in 1981. Ten Chapters, Summary, Appendix, Glossary, Sources of Further Information. Includes Photographs. 240 Pages. £20
  1. Let’s See Badenoch and Rothiemurchus.Described by Dr I.F. Grant. Booklet, date of printing not given. Text and photographs about the area. £10
  2. Tales of Foula by R.W. Isbister. A series of stories which first appeared in the Shetland Times from 1953 onwards. Booklet, printed in 1970. 44 Pages. £8
  3. Souvenir of The Clyde. With Twenty Four Chrome Views. H.B. Published in 1892. Text and Views. 47 Pages. £45
  4. The Living Mountain by Nan Shepherd. A Celebration of the Cairngorm Mountains of Scotland. P.B. Published in 1977. 12 Chapters and Foreword. 95 Pages. £10
  5. Our Beautiful Homeland. The Firth of Clyde by W.D. Cocker. Illustrated by W.Douglas Macleod. Eight Plates in Colour from paintings by W.Douglas Macleod. H.B. Date of Printing not given, but possibly post 1946. 11 Chapters and Plates. 64 Pages. £25
  6. Cargoes of Despair and Hope. Scottish Emigration to North America 1603-1803 by Ian Adams and Meredyth Somerville. P.B. Published in 1993. 16 Chapters, Epilogue, Glossary, 6 Appendixes, Notes, Reference, Index. Includes Illustrations. 258 Pages. £8
  7. Jacobite Estates of the Forty Five by Annette M. Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. 12 Chapters, Appendices, Notes, Select Bibliography, Index. 288 Pages. £15
  8. The Origins of the Scottish Railway System 1722 -1844 by C.J.A. Robertson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. 6 Chapters, Maps and Figures. 421 Pages. £15
  9. The White Island by John Lister -Kaye. With Drawings by Diana Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972, this is a Third Impression from 1972. 12 Chapters and Illustrations. 179 Pages. £15
  10. Deer Forests Landlords and Crofters. The Western Highlands in Victorian and Edwardian Times by Willie Orr. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. Part One: The Historical Pattern. Part Two: The Social and Economic Effects. Includes Appendices. 226 Pages. £15
  11. Water Power in Scotland. 1550-1870 by John Shaw. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 30 Chapters, Glossary, Bibliography and Index. 606 Pages. £15
  12. The Caithness Book. Editor by Donald Omand. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972.1st Edition. Part One: Natural Environment. Part Two: Historical. Part Three: General. Includes Plates and Figures. 271 Pages. £25
  13. 61.Shillay and the Seals by Robert Atkinson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. 7 Chapters, Epilogue and Photographs. Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book. 167 Pages. £15
  1. From Arran to Orkney. A Walk Through the Scottish Islands by John Merrill. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. Contents: Arran, Campbeltown and Gigha, Islay, Colonsay and Jura, Mull, Coll and Tiree, The Outer Hebrides, Skye and the Small Isles, Hoy and Orkney Mainland, Kirkwall and Outliers, Fair Isle, Shetland, St Kilda. Includes Photographs. 156 Pages. £10
  2. Forestry in Scotland. Published by the Forestry Commission Edinburgh. Revised 1966. Booklet, with Text and Photographs. 23 Pages. £8
  3. Scottish National Forest Park Guides. Number One: Argyll. Edited by John Walton. Second Edition. Booklet, Printed in 1947. 8 Chapters, including Gaelic Place Names, General Information, Camping Grounds and Youth Hostels, Maps. 50 Pages and Map. £10
  4. John Anthony’s Flora of Sutherland. P.B. Published in 1976. 8 Chapters, Bibliography, Reference List of Contributors, County Flora, Index of English Names, Index of Latin Names. 201 Pages. £15
  5. In My Small Corner. Memories of an Orkney Childhood by Margaret Aitken. P.B. Published in 2001. 13 Chapters. 127 Pages. £8
  6. Sixty Years of Shetland. Isles of Home by Gordon Donaldson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. Eight Chapters. 188 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book. £10
  1. Scotland’s Posts by James Mackay. Contents: The Origins of the Posts, Expansion of Services, 1745-99, Early Nineteenth Century, On The Road to Reform, 1800-1839, The Early Victorian Era, Changing Roles, Early Twentieth Century, The Second World War, Immediate Post War Record, The Years of Change, Appendixes, Bibliography, Postal Maps of Scotland, List of Subscribers, Ads. A4 Size Publication, Self Published by the Author in 2000. 164 Pages. A Presentation Copy Signed by the Author. £20
  2. Snyivveries. Shetland Poems by Rhoda Bulter. Illustrated by the Author. Booklet, Printed in 1986. 25 Poems in Total and a Glossary. Includes a newspaper cutting about the launch of the booklet. 57 Pages. £8
  3. The Sutherland Clearances. 1806-1820. An Introduction by David Forbes. Booklet, Printed in 1977. 44 Pages. £8
  4. Dundee 1947. Booklet, Published by the British Association of the Advancement of Science. This book was presented by Messrs Valentine & Sons Ltd, Fine Art, Publishers Dundee to the Members of the British Association as a Souvenir of their visit to Dundee. 62 Pages. £10
  5. Sutherland. County of Sutherland Illustrated Guide Book. Second Edition. Published by Authority of The County Council. Booklet, with Text and Photographs. 80 Pages. £10 (No Date given for Printing)
  6. Kinlochleven. A4 Size Publication compiled by Pupils of Second Year of Kinlochleven Secondary School. Text, Drawings and Adverts of Businesses in the area. 36 Pages. Date of Printing not given. £10
  7. Iron Roads to the Far North and Kyle. A travellers and tourists guide to the Inverness to Wick & Thurso and Kyle of Lochalsh Lines by Michael Pearson. Booklet, printed in 2003.  £10
  1. Scottish Lighthouses by Sharma Krauskopf. A4 Size Publication printed in 2001. Contents: Introduction, The Country of Scotland, The Northern Lighthouse Board, The Stevenson Family, The Tour, Southern Scotland, Hebrides, West Coast, North Coast, Orkney, Shetland, East Coast, Glossary, Bibliography, Index, Map. 96 Pages. £10
  2. The Geographical Magazine. June 1956. Includes an Article about Rockall. 50 Pages. £8
  3. Travellers in Bygone Shetland. An Anthology by Derek Flinn. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. 21 Chapters and Illustrations. Includes Newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book. 278 Pages. £10
  1. The Western Isles IDP: Further Lessons in Human Ecology by J. Graeme Robertson. An Independant Assesment of the Integrated Development Programme for the Western Isles of Scotland. A4 Size Publication. 63 Pages. £10
  2. Wester Ross. A Wester Ross Tourist Organisation Publication. A4 Size Publication, Text and Photographs. Date of Printing Unknown. £8
  1. Arran Banner. Arran’s Weekly Newspaper. No 287 Saturday 4th July 1981. A4 Size Publication. 12 Pages. £5
  2. Ileach. Vol 8 No 17 13th July 1981. The Newspaper of the Islay Council of Social Service. A4 Size Publication. £5
  3. Outer Hebrides. Localities of Geological and Geomorphological Importance. Nature Conservancy Council Geology and Physiography Section 1977. A4 Size Publication with Ring Binding. Editor G.P. Black. Contents: Introduction, The Geomorphology of the Outer Hebrides and the Threats to Which It is Subject, Localities of Geomorphological Interest, Geiomorphological Localities Already Conserved, Further Geomorphological Localities Worthy of Conservation, The Geology of the Outer Hebrides, Localities of Geological Interest, Conservation Assessment, Bibliography, Glossary. Includes Plates and Illustrations. 91 Pages. £20
  1. Eilean an Fhraoich Annual 1987. A4 Size Publication. Contents: Foreword by James Shaw Grant, Stornoway Harbour, Am Bata Teasairginn, Packahed Development Work is Desirable, The Salmon in My Life, An Lanntair, Nabachas, Photos of 87, Cladach Dhobhair, The Walpole Commission, An Each Geadach, Peatology or Peat Patterns, Entering WestMinster, Who was Captain Oliver, Amhuinnsuidhe: Childhood Memories, The Emigrant Who Escaped, Harvest. Includes Old Photos and Adverts. 63 Pages. £8
  2. Achmore Stone Circle by Margaret and Gerard Ponting. A4 Size Publication. Privately Published in 1981 -200 Copies Printed. 57 Pages. £15
  1. Scottish Consumer Council. Ferry Services For the Scottish Islands. A discussion paper prepared by the Scottish Consumer Council and G.A. mackay of Aberdeen University. A4 Size Publication. A4 Size Publication. Printed Circa 1981. Contents: Introduction, Integrated Approach, Licensing System, Subsidies, The Norwegian Ferry System, Present Vehicle Ferry Route Pattern, Vehicle Ferry Routes in Scotland. 15 Pages. £8
  2. Scottish Consumer Council Sixth Annual Report. 1980-81. A4 Size Publication. Contents: Introduction, Problems of Consumers in Remote Areas, Transport Issues, Legal Issues, Education, Housing, Advice and Information, Consumer Champions. 2 Appendixes. 22 Pages. £6
  3. Scottish Consumer Council. Island Health Care. Access to Primary Services in the Western Isles by Michael Bloor, Gordon Horobin, Rex Taylor, Rory Williams. Institute of Medical Sociology Occasional Paper 3. A4 Size Publication, Printed in 1978. Contents: Medical and Pharmaceutical Services, Chiropody, Dental and Opthalmic Services, Remoteness and Health Services, Tables, Notes and Reference, Map of Western Isles. 65 Pages. £8
  4. The Future of Ferry Services in the Highlands and Islands. A Development Strategy. Transport Research Paper 6. A4 Size Published Published by the Highlands and Islands Development Board. May 1980, This Second Revised Edition is from July 1980. Contents: Present Problems, The Approach to Cost Effectiveness, Ferry Routes, Terminals and Vessels, Cost and Charges, Aspects of Implementation, Tables, Figures. 25 Pages. £8
  5. Archaeological Sites in the Uists.A Short Guide to the Major Archaeological Sites and Ancient Monuments in North Uist, South Uist and Benbecula. A4 Size Publication, Date of Printing Unknown. 13 Pages. £8
  6. Sanais. Comunn Eachdraidh Uig Dec 85. A4 Size Publication. 10 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the publication. £5
  1. Island of Kerrera. Mirror of History by H. Macdougall. A4 Size Publication, published in 1979. Contents: Historical, Gylen Castle and Sindrie Houses, Merklands, Crops and Beasts, Rents and Services, Farm Graith, Bailemor Township and Farm, Meal Mills, Sea and Land Harvest, Ferries and Changehouses, Schools, Churches, Community, Foundations. Includes drawings. 157 Pages. Includes a letter from the Author to the purchaser of the book. £15
  2. The Story of Mull and Iona by Nick Hesketh. A Pictorial  History  Written and Illustrated. A4 Size Publication. Published in 1988. 80 Pages. £10
  1. The Stones Around Callanish by Gerard and Margaret Ponting. A Guide to the “Minor” Megalithic Sites of the Callanish Area (II to XIX). Revised by Margaret R. Curtis and G. Ronald Curtis, 1993. A4 Size Publication. The original publication was printed in 1984, Reprinted in 1993. 45 Pages. £8
  2. Roll of Honour Ness to Bernera. For King and Country 1939 to 1945. A4 Size Publication Printed in 1989. A record of all those from each village who served in WW2, and where possible a photograph of each named person is in the book. 127 Pages. £10
  3. An Annotated Bibliography of Rural Land Use in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Edited by A.S. Mather and R.J. Ardern. A4 Size Publication. Published in 1981. 153 Pages. £15
  4. Brodick Castle & Garden. A Guidebook written by Colin MacWilliam and J.F.A. Gibson. Booklet, printed in 1973. 24 Pages. £8
  1. Isle of Arran. Official Guide. A Tourist Guide Printed in 1967. Includes, Text. Photographs and Adverts. 64 Pages. £8
  2. Geologist’s Association Guides. No 32. Isle of Arran by S.I. Tomkeieff. Edited by S.W. Hester. Revised Edition 1969. Booklet, 35 Pages. £8
  3. The Life and Letters of an Orkney Naturalist. Reverend George Low 1747-1795. By Olaf D. Cuthbert. H.B. With D/J Published in 1995. This limited edition of 400 Copies is published to commemorate the bicentenary of George Low’s Death in 1795. Contents: Foreword, Preface, Introduction, A Studen in Philosophy, Preacher of the Gospel, The Shetland Jaunt, A Matrimonial Affair, A Poor Trow of an Orkney Bodie, The Druid of Birsay, Another Year Will Do As Well, Epilogue, Tour Through the North Isles and part of the Mainland of Orkney in the year 1778, The Manuscripts of George Low, Index. 128 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book. £10
  4. The Birth and Death of a Highland Railway by Duncan Kennedy. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 26 Chapters, Illustrations. 171 Pages. £10
  5. Ordnance Survey Pathfinder 1373. Map of St Kilda or Hirta. Dated 1991. £12
  6. Last Greetings from St Kilda by Bob Charnley. H.B. Published in 1989 and Signed by the Author. This book contains a selection of Pre Evacuation picture postcards of St Kilda. 52 Pages. £10
  1. A Calendar of Love and other stories by George Mackay Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. Second Edition. 14 Stories in total. 157 Pages. £8
  2. Lost Argyll. Argyll’s Lost Heritage by Marian Pallister. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. 6 Chapters, Epilogue, Notes, Bibliography and Index. Includes Photographs. 288 Pages. £10
  3. The Northern and Western Islands of Scotland. Their Economy and Society in the Seventeenth Century by Frances J. Shaw. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. Contents: Landownership, The Renting of Land, The Pattern of Agriculture, Other Occupations Within the Community, The Pattern of Trade, Conclusion, Relative Wealth, Status and Society. Includes Appendix, Glossary, Notes, Bibliography, Index, Maps and Tables. 270 Pages. £15
  4. Sutherland Birds. Edited by Stewart Angus. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. A Guide to the Status and Ecology of Birds in Sutherland District. Contents: Acknowledgements, Table of Illustrations, Introduction, The East Coast and Eastern Lowlands, The North and West Coasts, Peatlands, Open Waters and Uplands, Woodlands, Ornithological Conservation in Sutherland, Bird List, Selected Bibliography, Gazetteer of Place Names, Index and Check List, List of Useful Addresses. Includes Illustrations. 95 Pages. £15
  1. Birds in Kintyre. Areas of Special Ornithological Importance by Eddie Macguire. Booklet, Printed in 1996. 11 Chapters. 75 Pages. £10
  2. British Association for the Advancement of Science. A Scientific Survey of Dundee and District. Prepared for the Dundee Meeting 1959. By Various Authors. Edited by R.L. Mackie. Booklet, 13 Chapters and Map. 124 Pages. £15
  1. Straight From the Horse’s Mouth. The Orkney Herald 1950-1961. The Paper and Its People. Compiled by Kim Twatt. P.B. Originally Published in 1996, This Second Impression is from 1999. 12 Chapters, which cover each year of the paper and a selection of the material included in the paper these year’s. Includes Photographs. 188 Pages. £8
  2. Jo Grimond A Personal Manifesto. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. Contents: The Heritage of the Post War Years, Reviewing the System of Government, Managing the Economy, Governing Britain, International Relations, Conclusion, Select Bibliography, Index. Includes Newspaper Cuttings about the author. 177 Pages. £8
  3. Sea Under My Counter By William Groat. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. The story of how the author operated and ran a unique phenomenon in banking: a 6 and a half Ton cabin cruiser which brought complete banking facilities for the first time to the remote North Isles of Orkney. 19 Chapters and Appendices. Includes Photographs and Newspaper Cuttings about the book. 97 Pages. £10
  4. The Grand Scuttle. The Sinking of the German of the German Fleet at Scapa Flow in 1919. By Dan van der Vat. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. The Book is in Four Parts, has 2 Appendixes, A Note on Sources and an Index. Includes Illustrations. 240 Pages. Includes Newspaper Cuttings with reviews of the book. £10
  5. A More Enterprising Spirit. The Parish and People of Holm in 18th Century Orkney by Sheena Wenham. H.B. With D/J Published in 2001. 24 Chapters, Appendices and Maps. Includes Illustrations. 352 Pages. £10
  6. RSPB Nature Reserves. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. A look at the different Nature Reserves in the UK, with articles by various authors. Includes Illustrations , Drawings and Maps. 184 Pages. £10
  7. Belmont. The Rescue of a Shetland Country House by Wendy Scott and Mike Finnie. P.B. Possibly printed 2011 going by the invoice received by the buyer of the book. 36 Pages of Text and Photographs. Includes a letter from the authors. £10
  8. Willie Gavin, Crofter Man. Portrait of a Vanished Lifestyle by David Kerr Cameron. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. 22 Chapters, Select Glossary. Includes Illustrations. 221 Pages. £8
  9. Six Inner Hebrides by Noel Banks. H.B. Published in 1977. 1st Edition. The Islands are; Eigg, Rhum, Canna, Muck, Coll, Tiree. 14 Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index. 208 Pages. £10
  10. Mull of the Isles the fairest by Campbell K. Finlay. P.B. Published in 1988. 24 Chapters, 116 Pages. £6
  11. Highland Dress by George F. Collie With Colour Plates from McIan’s The Clans of the Scottish Highlands. H.B. Published in 1948. 30 Pages and 24 Pages of Plates with the different Clan Tartans. £45
  12. Torridon, The Nature of the Place by Chris Lowe. P.B. Published in 2000. 22 Chapters, Appendixes, Bibliography, Glossary and Index. Includes Drawings. A presentation Copy from the Author. 432 Pages. £15

121.A Dictionary of Scottish History by Gordon Donaldson and Robert S Morpeth. P.B. Published in 1977. 234 Pages. £8

  1. Clackmannanshire A Guide To Historical Sources by William C. Brown. P.B. Published in 1980. Contents: Section I: Clackmannanshire, Section II: Towns and Villages, Section III:Biography & Family History. Includes Index and Map. 391 Pages. £15
  2. The Trial of Patrick Sellar. The Tragedy of the Highland Clearances by Ian Grimble. Introduction by Eric Linklater. H.B. With D/J Published in 1962, this is a second impression from 1963. 12 Chapters, Appendix, Index. 166 Pages. £10
  3. The Shaping of Scotland. Eighteenth Century Patterns of Land Use and Settlement by RJ Brien. P.B. Published in 1989. 1 Chapters, References and Glossary. 138 Pages. £8
  4. Land of the Lost. Exploring the Vanished Townships of North East Scotland by Robert Smith. P.B Published in 1997 -a reprint from that year. 14 Chapters and Index. Includes Photographs. 149 Pages. £8
  5. Badgers of the Highland Edge by Jim Crumley. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994. 14 Chapters, Photographs and Epilogue. 144 Pages. £10
  6. Water On The Brain by Compton Mackenzie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1954, Originally Published in 1933. 308 Pages. £10
  7. Whisky Galore by Compton Mackenzie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1962. 18 Chapters. 264 Pages. Includes a Glossary at the end of the book. Includes a number of newspaper cuttings about the famous incident and also includes a newspaper cutting of the Politician Bar opening in Eriskay. £10
  8. The Grey Coast by Neil M. Gunn. H.B. Originally Published in 1926, this edition was published in 1931. 319 Pages. £10
  1. The Hebrides A Guide to the Islands of Western Scotland by Martin Coventry. P.B. Published in 1999. Contents: Chapters on the Outer Hebrides and Inner Hebrides and Includes Illustrations. 182 Pages. £8
  2. Saltire Self Portraits Naomi Mitchison. Booklet, Printed in 1986. 34 Pages. Includes Newspaper cuttings about her 100th Birthday Celebrations and a newspaper cutting with her obituary. £8
  1. Geological Excursion Guide To The Assynt District of Sutherland by M. MacGregor and J. Phemister. Third Edition. With an Appendix by M.R.W. Johnson. Booklet, Printed in 1974. Contents: Introduction, Maps, Memoirs, Photographs, Summary of the Geology With Special References To The Localities Selected for Examination, Descriptive Itinerary, Suggestions for Shorter Itineraries, Notes on Transport and Accomodation, Glossary of Place Names. 68 Pages. £8
  2. Journal of a Tour in the North of Scotland. Alexander Carlyle. Introduction by Richard B. Sher. Booklet, Printed in April 1979. 26 Pages. £8
  3. Contempt, Sympathy and Romance. Lowland Perceptions of the Highlands and the Clearances During the Famine Years, 1845-1855 by Krisztina Fenyo. P.B. Published in 2000. Contents: Part One: Contempt, Part II: Sympathy and Romance, Conclusion, Bibliography and Index. Includes Illustrations. 195 Pages. £10
  4. Fit For Heroes? Land Settlement in Scotland After World War I By Leah Leneman. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. Contents: The Small Landholders Act 1911, Land Settlement Immediately After the War, Land Settlement in the Later 1920’s and 1930’s, Schemes in Sutherland, Schemes in Other Crofting Counties, Schemes in the Long Island, Schemes in Lewis and Harris, Schemes in Raasay and Skye, Schemes in the Eastern Lowlands, Schemes in the South West, The Experience of Holders, Conclusion, Notes, Appendix, Index. Includes Maps and Illustrations. 244 Pages. £15
  5. Mingulay. An Island and Its People by Ben Buxton. P.B. Published in 1995. 17 Chapters, References, Bibliography and Appendices. Includes Illustrations and is signed by the author. 200 Pages. £10

137.The Isle of Foula by Ian B Stoughton Holbourn. H.B. With D/J Published in 1938. A series of articles on Britain’s loneliest inhabited isle. Edited with Memoir by M.C. Stoughton Holbourn. 15 Chapters, Memoir, Appendix. Includes Illustrations. 256 Pages. £25

  1. The Monarch of the Glen by Compton Mackenzie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1941, this reprint is from 1967. 20 Chapters, 288 Pages. £8
  2. Abrichan. The Story of an upland community. P.B. Published in 2000. The History of Abriachan has 33 Chapters, while the section Abriachan Today has 7 Chapters. Includes Photographs and Maps. 224 Pages. £15
  3. The First and Second Statistical Accounts of Edinburgh 1799 and 1845. Republished in 1998. 15 Chapters, Illustrations and Index. 428 Pages. £20

141.The Survival of the Unfittest. The Highland Clearances and the End of Isolation by Robert Mathieson. P.B. Published in 2000. 12 Chapters, 4 Appendixes, Index of Subjects, Index of Personal Names. 267 Pages. £15

  1. The Auld Alliance. The Franco -Scottish Connection. Saltire Pamphlets New Series 6. Edited by Gordon Donaldson. Printed in 1985. 32 Pages. £8
  2. Aspects of Orkney. This Great Harbour. Scapa Flow by W.S. Hewison. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. 40 Chapters, Epilogue, Abbreviations, Appendices, Notes, Bibliography, Index of Ships, General Index. Includes Photographs. 390 Pages. Plus Newspaper Cuttings with reviews of the book. £15
  3. Aspects of Orkney. The People of Orkney Edited by R.J. Berry and H.N. Firth. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 13 Chapters, Appendices, Notes and References, List of Figures. List of Photographs, List of Tables, Index. 345 Pages. Includes Newspaper Cuttings about the Book. £15
  4. The Man Who Gave Away His Island. A Life of John Lorne Campbell of Canna by Ray Perman. H.B. With D/J Published in 2010. 22 Chapters, Selected Bibliography, Notes and Reference, Index. Includes Illustrations. 251 Pages. £10
  1. How To Buy an Island by Donald McCormick. H.B. With D/J Published in 1973. 10 Chapters, 2 Appendices, Index of Islands and Illustrations, Maps. 196 Pages. £10
  2. Every Day Life On A Highland Farm by I.F. Grant. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. The Original was Published in 1924. 8 Chapters, 2 Appendixes, Index and Illustrations. 292 Pages. £10
  3. Highland Steamboat Holidays. Pamphlet. Details of the Cruise, The Ship, How to make payment, Cancellations, Insurance, Map, Historical Note, Booking Form with details of the Summer Weekly Cruise Schedule for 1987. £6
  4. The Tweedmakers. A History of the Scottish Fancy Woolen Industry 1600-1914 by Clifford Gulvin. H.B. With D/J Published in 1973. 6 Chapters, Illustrations, Tables, Epilogue, Glossary of Technical Terms, Abbreviations, References, Appendix, Acknowledgements, Bibliography, Index. 240 Pages. £15
  5. Lismore The Great Garden by Robert Hay. H.B. With D/J Published in 2009. 11 Chapters, Plates, Figures and Tables. 187 Pages. £12
  6. Caithness A Cultural Crossroads. Edited by John R. Baldwin. P.B. Published in 1982. Contents: Introduction, The making of the caithness Landscape, Caithness in the Sagas, The Late Norse Site of Freswick, Scots and Scandinavians  in Mediaeval Caithness, Scandinavians and Celts in caithness, Some Small Farms and Cottages in Latheron Parish, Caithness, An Introduction to the Caithness Flagstone Industry, Pulteneytown and the Planned Villages of Caithness, Fishing the Sellag: Hand Netting Traditions from Caithness the Northern and Western Isles, Poems. Includes Photographs.215 Pages. £10
  1. A Natural History of St Kilda by John Love. P.B. Published in 2009. 15 Chapters, Bibliography, Index, Plates, Figures and Tables. 351 Pages. £12
  2. St Kilda Diary by Dr David Boddington. A Record of the Early Re Occupation of St Kilda. P.B. Published in 2010. Nine Chapters, Epilogue. Signed by the Author. 202 Pages. £8
  3. From Cleits to Castles. A St Kildan Looks Back. The Autobiography of Calum Macdonald. P.B. Published in 2010. 16 Chapters, Foreword, Preface and Photographs. 127 Pages. A Presentation Copy signed by the Author’s Son. £8
  4. The Sea Kingdom. Coll and Tiree. Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust. Written by Rosalind Jones. Edited by Edward CM Parsons. Booklet, Printed in 2003. 32 Pages. £6
  1. Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles some personal reflections on comparative island life by Colin Scott Mackenzie. Booklet, From a talk at An Lanntair in Stornoway on 17th November 2009. 36 Pages. £6
  2. Raasay A Study In Island History By Richard Sharpe. P.B. Published in 1977. 9 Chapters, Epilogue, Bibliography, Index of Names, Map. 90 Pages. Includes Newspaper Cuttings about the book and the Island. £15
  3. God’s Islanders. A History of the People of Gigha by Catherine Czerkawska. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006. 16 Chapters, Appendixes, Notes, Selected Bibliography, Index, Illustrations. 295 Pages. £15
  4. Scotland in Stamps. A Guide to the Postal History Postage Stamps and Postmarks of Scotland by C.W. Hill. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. 12 Chapters. Includes Illustrations. 147 Pages. Includes a signed Letter from the Author to the Owner of the Book. £15

160.MacBrayne Centenary. One Hundred Years of Progress. 18651-1951. Booklet, Printed in 1951. 42 Pages. £8

161.The Making of the Crofting Community by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published in  1976. 1st Edition. 12 Chapters, References, Bibliography, Index.  309 Pages. £10

  1. The Road to Mingulay. A View of the Western Isles by Derek Cooper. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. Photographs by Gus Wylie. 14 Chapters, Facts and Maps, Index. Includes Newspaper Cuttings with Reviews of the Book and also a Pamphlet on the Vatersay Raiders. 226 Pages. £10
  2. Dolly Doctor. Pictures of Bygone Island Life. The Photographic Collection of the late Dr Donald Macdonald of Gisla, (Dolly Doctor) 1891-1961. P.B. Published in 2009. 98 Pages. £8
  3. Getting to Know The Crinan Canal. Text by A.D. Cameron. Maps by G.L. Harvey. Booklet, Printed in 1978. 46 Pages. £8
  4. The Far Flung Isles Orkney and Shetland by Garry Hogg. H.B. With D/J Published in 1961. Includes Photographs by the Author. Contents: Orkney: West Mainland, The North Isles, East Mainland. Shetland: Mainland, North Mainland, The North Isles, South Mainland, Index. 207 Pages. £15
  5. On The Island by Iain Crichton Smith. With Illustrations by Carol Fawke. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. 1st Edition. 125 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings about the author and the book. £8
  6. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Volume 60, Section C, No 4. Edited by W.D. Lamont. The Islay Charter of 1408. Booklet, Printed in 1960. Contents: The Charter, The Persons Concerned, The Charter Lands, General History of the Charter Lands, The Charter, Sketch Map of 1408 Charter Lands. 23 Pages. £10
  7. Stornoway Vignettes by Frank Thompson. P.B. Published in 2004. Contents: Where is Portrona, South Beach Shore, Boat Building in Stornoway, Seaforth Lodge, Arnish Lighthouse, Prince Charlie’s Cairn, Carn Gardens, Perceval Square, The Old Fish Mart, The Bell of St Lennan’s, Lewis Sold for 2d Per Acre, Lady Lever Park, Stornoway Skeds, Martin’s Memorial, The History of a Stornoway Site., When Stornoway Went Dry, The River Creed, The Lewis Coffee House, The Porter’s Lodge, Stornoway’s Other War Memorials, The Former Glory of Lews Castle, The Stornoway Trust, Latha Na Drobh, Stornoway’s Goks and Wells, The Old Lewis Hospital, The Female Industrial School, St Columba’s Parish Church, The Stornoway Lifeboat, The Sunday Question (1850), The Stornoway Kipper, Whales, The Town Hall -1, The Town Hall -II, The Town Hall Shields, Kildun House Arnish, Herring Girls, Royal Connections, Cromwell Street, St Peter’s Church, Goat Island, Lewis War Memorial,The Battery Guns, The Clock Tower, Caunter’s Corner, The Shoeburn Distillery, Gates and railings. Includes Photographs. 52 Pages. £8

169.The Post in Scotland. Written by James Grimwood Taylor. Co Ordinating Editor John Sussex. P.B. Published in 1990. Contents: Mail by Land, Mail by Sea, Mail by Air, Regional and Special Stamps. 96 Pages. £8

  1. Days in the Western Highlands & Islands. Holiday Memoirs, Letters, Sketch Maps & Drawings. With some glimpses of Edinburgh and the Borders. Drawn and scribed by Doris Ann Goodchild. P.B. Published in 1982. Section I: Lochalsh. A cottage in Balmacara, Glaick. Section II: Expeditions East, West & North, Section III. Visits from our holiday cottage to the Isle of Skye and the Outer Hebrides. Section IV: London to Lochalsh via the Borders. Index of Places. 68 Pages. £15

171.The Road to the Isles. The Hebrides in Lantern Slides. Edited by L.M.H. Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. These slides are from the work of George Washington Wilson who took them in the 1880’s. They were found in the basement of a Yorkshire Mill that was about to be demolished.  The original text accompanying the slides are also in the book. 62 Slides in total. £20

  1. Skye A Postcard Tour by Bob Charnley & Roger Miket. P.B. Published in 1992. There are seven tours of Skye in this book, 100 postcards. 96 Pages. £8

173.The Story of the North of Scotland, Orkney & Shetland Shipping Company. The North Boats by Alastair W. McRobb. P.B. Published possibly in 2000. 72 Pages of Text and Photographs. £8

  1. Gardie A Shetland House and its People by Wendy Scott. H.B. Published in 2007. Contents: List of Illustrations, Preface, Magnus Henderson, James Henderson, William Mouat, Young William, Captain Cameron Mouat, The Major and his sister, The Bishop, The Twentieth Century, Acknowledgements, Sources and Bibliography, Maps, Index. 196 Pages. £25
  2. Historic Kirkwall the archaeological implications of development by Roger Gourlay and Anne Turner. Scottish Burgh Survey 1978. A4 Size Publication. Includes Maps. 16 Pages. £10

176.The Life & Legacy of Alexander Carmichael. Edited by Domhnall Uilleam Stiubhart. Proceedings of a conference arranged by The Islands Book Trust. P.B. Published in 2008. 13 Chapters, Index and Illustrations. 193 Pages. £10

  1. Exploting the Isles of the West. Skye and Tiree to the Outer Isles by Marc Calhoun. P.B. Published in 2012. 8 Chapters of Text and Photographs. 317 Pages. £6
  2. The Pier Gallery Stromness, Orkney. P.B. Published in 1978. A catalogue of the items in the gallery accompanied by text and a photograph. 64 Pages. £10
  3. Eday and Hoy. A Development Survey by Ronald Miller and Susan Luther Davies. Booklet, printed in 1968. Contents: Introduction, Eday, Hoy, Conclusion, Bibliography. Includes Lists of Figures and Lists of Tables. 94 Pages. £20
  4. Colour on the Clyde. Memories of Clyde Steamers by Cameron Somerville. Contents: The Boats, Comfort, The Men, The Little Things, The Visitors Day. Booklet, date of printing not given. Includes many photographs. 56 Pages. £8
  5. Caithness by James Miller. Illustrated with drawings by Elliot Rudie. H.B. Published in 1979. 18 Chapters. 111 Pages. £10
  6. Shetland Folk Book. Edited by John J. Graham and Jim Tait. Volume VIII. P.B. Published in 1988. 10 Folk Tales. 77 Pages. Signed by one of the Editors John J Graham. £8

182.Yesterday Was Summer. The Marion Campbell Story by Marian Pallister & David Adams McGilp. H.B. With D/J Published in 2007. Part One: Marion Campbell -the woman. Part II: Marion Campbell -the work. Includes many Photographs. 272 Pages. £8

183.The Argyll Book. Edited by Donald Omand. H.B. With D/J Published in 2004.21 Chapters, Bibliography, Index. Plates, Figures and Maps.304 Pages. £15

  1. Scottish Townscape by Colin McWilliam. H.B. With D/J Published in 1975. 1st Edition. Ten Chapters, Map of Royal Burghs, Map of Regions, Further Reading and Reference Books, Index. Includes Plates.256 Pages. £15
  2. A Naturalist on Speyside by Henry Tegner. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 27 Chapters and Illustrations. 128 Pages. £12
  3. The Skye Bridge Story. Multi National Interests and People Power. Compiled by Andy Anderson. H.B. With D/J Published in 2008. The book is a Bi Lingual Publication. 9 Chapters plus numerous photographs. 253 Pages. £8
  4. Tales of the Western Isles by Wendy Wood. H.B. Published in 1952. 17 Chapters and Illustrations. 136 Pages. £8
  5. Royal Valley. The story of the Aberdeenshire Dee by Fenton Wyness. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. 60 Chapters, Appendixes and Illustrations. 391 Pages. £15
  6. Early Travellers in Scotland by Hume Brown. This is a facsimilie of the text of the 1891 edition. P.B. Published in 1978. 24 Travellers are profiled and includes Maps.300 Pages. £15
  7. The Land of Britain. The Report of The Land Utilisation Survey of Britain. Edited by L. Dudley Stamp. Part 3 Sutherland by Frank T. Smith. Booklet, Printed in 1939. 7 Chapters, 2 Appendixes and Maps. 188 Pages. £25

191.The Highlands in Transition: Current Aspects of Social Geography in a Peripheral Area. North Sea Oil Panel Occasional Paper No 6 P.B. No date of printing given. 4 Chapters, 3 Appendices, Notes and References. 143 Pages. £8

  1. David Dale, Robert Owen and the story of New Lanark. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1986. Contents: Introduction, Valley of Beauty. Village of Children, David Dale (1739-1806), Robert Own (1771-1858), The Great Experiment, The Forgotten Years, New Life for New Lanark. Includes Photographs. 40 Pages. £8
  2. The Islands of Loch Lomond. An island by island guide. By Clair Calder and Lynn Lindsay. P.B. Published in 1992. 30 Chapters. 80 Pages. £8
  3. The Unknown Hebrides. Photographs by John MacPherson. With an Introduction by Hamish Haswell Smith. P.B. Published in 2005. 116 Pages. £8
  4. The British Fisheries Society 1786-1893 by Jean Dunlop. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 14 Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography, Index. Includes Plates, Maps and Plans. 239 Pages. £15
  5. Birds and Mammals of Orkney by William Groundwater. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. Contents: Introduction, Birds, Mammals, Bibliography, Index. Includes Plates and Maps. 299 Pages. Includes Newspaper cuttings with the author’s obituary. £15
  6. Gaelic on Signs and Maps in Scotland -Why It Matters. Ruairidh MacIlleathain. Booklet, based on a lecture at the Island Book Trust, An Lanntair, Stornoway 16 Nov 2010. Printed in 2011. 28 Pages. £6
  7. Life on God’s Island. Stories From The Inner Hebridean Isle of Gigha by Freddy Gillies. P.B. Published in 1999. 19 Stories in total. 94 Pages. £8
  8. The Lewis Land Struggle. Na Gaisgich by Joni Buchanan. P.B. Published in 1996. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Bernera, The Park Deer Raid, Aiginish 1888, Coll and Gress, The Wider Struggle, Selected Songs and Poems. 209 Pages. Includes Photographs. Also included are newspaper cuttings about the book and the Lewis land raids. £8
  9. Old Galloway by Ian Donnachie and Innes Macleod. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. 13 Chapters, 5 Appendices, References and Bibliography, Acknowledgments, Index. Includes Illustrations and Maps. 168 Pages. £12
  10. Sun Cloud and Snow in the Western Highlands. From Glencoe to Ardnamurchan, Mull and Arran. With 116 Illustrations from Photographs by the Author by Arthur Gardner. H.B. With D/J Published in 1933. Contents: Introductory, Ballachulish and Glencoe, Ardgour, Sunart and Ardnamurchan, Mull and Iona, The Hills of Arran. 122 Pages. £25
  11. Skibo. The story of the Scottish estate of Andrew Carnegie, from its Celtic origins to the present day by Joseph Frazier Wall. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 6 Chapters, Notes. Includes Photographs. 192 Pages. £15
  12. Saga Book. Vol XVII Parts 2-3. Viking Society For Northern Research University College London 1967-68. P.B. Printed in 1968. 7 Papers Including St Kilda, Orkney & Shetland, Notes and Reviews. 175 Pages. £8
  13. Islands Lovely Islands by John Lewis. P.B. Published in 2005. 8 Chapters, and includes Photographs. 144 Pages. £8
  14. The Place Names of Cowal -their meaning and history by Angus MacLean. P.B. Date of Printing not given. 137 Pages. £20
  15. A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland Circa 1695 by Martin Martin. P.B. Published in 1994. Edited with Introduction by Donald J Macleod. 540 Pages. £10
  16. Ben Lawyers and its alpine flowers. A publication of the National Trust for Scotland. H.B. Published in 1964. 9 Chapters and Photographs. 87 Pages. £15
  17. The Lodge Above The Waterfall. Text by Ronald Lockley. Research by Winifred Bowman. P.B. Date of Publishing not given but probably 1980’s. The story of Divach Lodge in Drumnadrochit. 8 chapters, Preface, Introduction, Nature in Glenurquhart, Botanical Notes, Acknowledgements. Includes Photographs. 118 Pages. Signed by both Lockley and Bowman. £15

209.The Firth of Clyde by George Blake. H.B. With D/J Published in 1952. 1st Edition. 11 Chapters, Epilogue, Appendices and Illustrations. 288 Pages. £12

210.Dibidil. A Hebridean Adventure by Irvine Butterfield. P.B. Published in 1972, this 2nd Edition is from 2010. In 1970, the fledging Mountain Bothies Association took on what remains one of its most ambitious projects in the form of the renovation of Dibidil bothy on the rocky and isolated south -east coast of Rum. 119 Pages. £10

  1. The Island of Bute by Ian S. Munro. H.B. With D/J Published in 1973. 12 Chapters, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index. Includes Illustrations. 224 Pages. £10
  2. Following the Fishing by David Butcher. The days when bands of Scots fisher girls followed the herring fleets round Britain and scores of trades depended on the harvest of the sea. P.B. Published in 1987. 14 Chapters, Conclusion, Glossary, Bibliography and Illustrations. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. 127 Pages. £8
  3. The Faces of Eriskay. Aodannan Eirisgeidh by Calum MacNeill. A4 Size Publication printed in 1992. Contents: Eriskay 71/72, Religion, The Arts, The Land, The Sea, The Air, Postcript 1985, Map of Eriskay. The book is a bilingual publication. 106 Pages. £10
  4. Canna The Story of a Hebridean Island by J.L. Campbell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. 19 Chapters, Preface, Epilogue. Includes Illustrations, Monochrome illustrations and maps. Includes newspaper cuttings about the book and the island. 323 Pages. £12
  5. In The Highlands and Islands by John McPhee. P.B. Published in 1986. Contents: The Crofter and the Laird, Josie’s Well, Pieces of the Frame, From Birnam Wood to Dunsinane. 147 Pages. £6
  6. Brochs of Scotland by J.N.G. Ritchie. Booklet, printed in 1988. 10 Chapters, Illustrations, Further Reading, Index. 56 Pages. £8
  7. Scotland’s Clans and Tartans by James D. Scarlett. With line drawings by Angus McBride. P.B. A reprint from 1974. Contents: Scotland’s Clans, Scotland’s Tartans, Appendices and Illustrations. 128 Pages. £8
  8. Highland Costume by John Telfer Dunbar. Booklet, printed in 1977. Contents: The Historical Background, Tartan, Before the Kilt, The Kilt, Prince Charles Edward Stuart, Highland Ladies, Reading List. 62 Pages. £8
  9. A Guide to the Episcopal Church in Argyll and the Isles. Diocesan Directory 1989. Booklet, printed in 1989. 54 Pages. £6
  10. Harris and Lewis Outer Hebrides by Francis Thompson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1987. Third Revised Edition. 11 Chapters, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index. Includes Illustrations. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. 221 Pages. £8
  11. Scottish Ornithologists: 2. Scottish Ornithologists Martin Martin c. 1656-1719 by Ian D Pennie. Reprinted from “Scottish Birds”, Spring 1966. Vol 4 No 1. Pamhplet 12 Pages. £6

222.Crofts and Crofting. Past, Present and Future by Katharine Stewart. P.B. Published in 1980, this revised and expanded edition is from 2005. 21 Chapters and Illustrations. 109 Pages. £6

  1. Three Centuries of Scottish Post by A.R.B.Haldane. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 1st Edition. 11 Chapters, Appendices, Important Dates in Scottish Postal History, Principla Postal Officer, Scotland, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 336 Pages. £15
  2. The Drove Roads of Scotland by A.R.B. Haldane. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968 a reprint. 12 Chapters, Appendices, Bibliography, Index. Includes Plates. 266 Pages. £15
  3. The New Caithness Book. Edited by Donald Omand. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. The book is in two parts and has 17 chapters, Figures and Plates. 239 Pages. £15
  4. Oban and District by G. Douglas Bolton. With Thirty Eight Photographs by the Author. P.B. Date of Printing 1953. Contents: Oban to Loch Awe and Glencoe, Nether Lorne and Corrievreckan, Mull, Staffa and Iona, Oban to Appin, Morvern and Moidart. 56 Pages. £10
  5. Saint Conans Kirk Loch Awe. Guide Book. Pamhplet, printed in 1950. 15 Pages. £10
  6. Descriptive and Historical Sketches of Islay by William Macdonald. Together with a new and ready way of disposing of that interesting island, which would pay the debt, restore the late proprietor and give the best return to large and small capitalists by John Murdoch. Introduction by Norman Newton. Booklet, printed in 1997. 45 Pages. £10
  7. Contested Mountains. Natuure, Development and Environment in the Cairngorms Region of Scotland 1880-1980 by Robert A. Lambert. Foreword by Magnus Magnusson. H.B. Published in 2001. 11 Chapters, Maps, Index and Maps. 310 Pages. £10
  8. Orkney and Schetland 1774 by George Low. P.B. Published in 1978. The original was published in 1774. 223 Pages. £10
  9. Highland Birds by D. Nethersole Thompson. H.B. Published in 1971. 11 Chapters and Index. Includes Photographs. 112 Pages. Signed by the Author. £10
  10. Scapa Flow. Written and compiled by Malcolm Brown and Patricia Meehan. H.B. With D/J Published in 1968. 1st Edition. Contents: Approach to Scapa Flow, The First World War, The Second World War, Sunset. Includes Illustrations. 264 Pages. £10
  11. Steam Fishermen in Old Photographs. From the Ford Jenkins collection. Narrative by Colin Elliot. P.B. Published in 1979. The story of the glorious age of steam drifters and trawlers and the men who sailed them, told with over 50 old photographs from the unique Ford Jenkins collection. 65 Pages. £8
  12. Birds of Badenoch and Strathspey by Roy Dennis. Booklet, printed in 1984. 7 Chapters, Maps, Bibliography, Index and Checklist. 80 Pages. £8
  13. Nature Guide to Scotland. 400 Species in Full Colour. By Gareth Fry. P.B. published in 1981. 127 Pages. £6
  14. Midges in Scotland by George Hendry. P.B. Published in April 1989, this is a revised edition from August 1989. 13 Chapters 83 Pages. £6

237.Mauchline Ware by John Baker. Booklet, printed in 1985. 32 Pages of text and photographs. 32 Pages. £8

238.Guide to the Common Wild Flowers in the West of Scotland by David Ellis. Fourth Revised Edition. Booklet, printed in 1917.  44 Pages. £25

  1. Isle of Rhum Nature Reserve. Published by the Nature Conservancy Council. Pamphlet printed in 1964. Third Edition. 10 Pages. £6
  2. Tay Bridge Disaster. The People’s Story by Robin Lumley. P.B. Published in 2013. 16 Chapters, Appendix, Chapter Notes, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 223 Pages. £8
  3. A History of the Vikings by Gwyn Jones. H.B. With D/J Published in 1973. Second Edition. Contents: The Northern Peoples to A.D. 700, The Viking Kingdoms to the Close of the Tenth Century, The Viking Movement Overseas, The Viking Age Ends, appendixes, select bibliography, index. Includes illustrations. 504 Pages. £15
  4. The Ancient Stones of Scotland by W. Douglas Simpson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965.18 Chapters and Illustrations. 254 Pages. £15
  5. Edinburgh in Olden Times by Duncan Fraser. H.B with D/J Published in 1976. 10 Chapters, Appendix and Illustrations. 156 Pages. £15
  6. Skye by F.C. Sillar and Ruth Meyler. H.B. With D/J Published in 1973. 12 Chapters, Appendix, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index and Illustrations. 240 Pages. £10
  7. A Guide to the Birds of Scotland. A complete guide by Eric Hardy. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. It covers all the regions of Scotland and the islands. 17 Chapters, Index and Illustrations. 312 Pages. £10
  8. Neil M. Gunn. A Highland Life by FR Hart & JB Pick. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. Contents: Youth (1891-1921), The Years In Inverness (1921-1937), Braefarm: The Writer as Professional (1937-1949),Light at the End (1949-1973_. Includes Illustrations. 314 Pages. £8
  9. Glenshee: Glen of the Fairies. 500 years of life and legend in a Highland Glen by Antony Mackenzie Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 2000. 19 Chapters, Glossary, Further Reading and Illustrations. 190 Pages. £10
  10. Mightier Than a Lord by Iain Fraser Grigor. The Highland crofters struggle for the land. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. 10 Chapters, Afterword, Further Reading and Some Sources. Includes Illustrations. 170 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a re3view of the book. £8

249.Geology of Western Shetland. Geological Survey: Scotland. By W. Mykura and J Phemister. With contribution by P.A. Sabine. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976.  19 Chapters, Appendixes, Index and Photographs. 304 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book.  £20

  1. The Story of Tingwall Kirk by G.M. Nelson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1965. 12 Chapters, 8 Appendixes and Illustrations. 314 Pages. £20
  2. Shetland Life Under Earl Patrick by Gordon Donaldson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1958. Contents: Introduction, The Land, The Sea, The People, The Law, appendices, illustrations. 149 Pages. £25
  3. Expeditions to the Hebrides by George Clayton Atkinson in 1831 and 1833. Edited by David A. Quine. H.B. With D/J Published in 2001. 190 Pages. Signed by the Editor. £10
  4. Scottish Museums & Galleries Guide. In association with the Glasgow Herald. A Scottish Museums Council Guide. P.B. Published in 1986. A guide to all museums in every area of Scotland. 110 Pages. £8
  5. The Union of England and Scotland by PWJ Riley. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 7 Chapters, Appendixes, Bibliographical Note, Index. 351 Pages. £10
  6. The Making of the Scottish Landscape by RN Millman. H.B. With D/J Published in 1975. 10 Chapters, Conclusion, Bibliographical Notes, Selected Bibliography, Index. Includes Plates and Maps. 264 Pages. £15
  7. The Third Statistical Account of Scotland. Volume XIX B. The County of Sutherland. Edited by John Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, The Parishes, Bibliography, Index. Includes Illustrations. 286 Pages. £20
  8. Robert Louis Stevenson and the Highlands and Islands of Scotland by Louis Stott. P.B. Published in 1992. 7 Chapters, 6 Appendixes and Index. 134 Pages. £10
  9. For the People’s Cause. From the Writings of John Murdoch. Edited by James Hunter. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 9 Chapters and Illustrations. 204 Pages. £10
  10. The Art of Shetland Lace by Sarah Don. H.B. With D/J Published in 1980. Contents: Acknowledgements, List of Suppliers, Introduction, History of Shetland Lace Knitting Yarn, Samples, Shetland Lace Garments. 117 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings with reviews of the book. £10

260.All About Arran for the Holidaymaker, Hiker, Mountaineer, Historian, Geologist, Naturalist by R. Angus Downie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1933. Thirteen Chapters, 3 Appendixes, Bibliography, Index. 164 Pages. £15

  1. The Big Grey Man of Ben MacDhui by Affleck Gray. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. 10 Chapters, Acknowledgements and Illustrations. 125 Pages. £8
  2. The Small Isles. Canna, Rum, Eigg and Muck by Denis Rixson. P.B. Published in 2001. 9 Chapters, Selected Bibliography, Maps, Figures and Population Tables. 213 Pages. £6
  3. Para Handy. First Complete Edition. Neil Munro. Introduction and Notes by Brian D.Osborne and Ronald Armstrong. With Eighteen Previous Uncollected Stories. P.B. Originally printed in 1992, this reprint is from 1993. 432 Pages. £8
  4. Photographers of the Western Isles by Martin Padget. H.B. With D/J Published in 2010. Ten Chapters, Conclusion, Notes, Bibliography and Index. 294 Pages. £15
  5. The Caledonian Railway by O.S. Nock. H.B With D/J Published in 1961. 14 Chapters, Illustrations and Index. 190 Pages. £15

266.The Whale Hunters by Robert Smith. P.B. Published in 1993.11 Chapters, Postscript, Further Reading, Index and Photographs. 116 Pages. £8

267.Born Yesterday. Memories of a Scottish Childhood by Douglas Sutherland. H.B. With D/J Published in 1992. The author in his own opinon was born on the wrong side of the Borders (at Appleby in Westmoreland in 1919) this error of judgement was compensated for when his family moved to the remote island of Stronsay in the Orkney Islands when he was one. The rest of his formative years were spent in Scotland. 13 Chapters, 170 Pages. £8

  1. Hid kam intae words. Orkney’s living language by Gregor Lamb. Illustrations by Carole Harvey. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. 100 pages of Orkney words and their meanings. Includes newspaper cuttings about the book. £15
  2. The Turra Cow by Alexander Fenton. A legal episode in the Popular Culture of North East Scotland. P.B. published in 1989. 8 Chapters, Appendices, References and Illustrations. 84 Pages. £8
  3. The Little General and the Rousay Crofters. Crisis and Conflict on an Orkney Estate by William PL Thomson. This book studies the estate of General Burroughs in the island of Rousay 1840-1890. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. 18 Chapters, Tables, Figures, Plates, Notes and Index. 234 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings. £20
  4. In The High Grampians by Richard Perry. H.B. With D/J Published in 1948. The book is in Five parts and has 20 Chapters, Glossary of Gaelic Place Names, Index of Fauna and Flora and includes Illustrations. 173 Pages. Signed by the Author. £15
  5. The Nature of Fife. Edited by Gordon B. Corbet. P.B. Published in 1998. Part One: The environment of Fife. Part II: The flora and fauna of Fife: an inventory. Includes Illustrations. 243 Pages. £10
  6. Knoydart The Last Scottish Land Raid by Archie MacDougall. Last of the Seven Men of Knoydart. P.B. Published in 1993. 8 Chapters, Epilogue, Ballad of the Men of Knoydart, Notes, Appendix and Illustrations. 48 Pages. £10
  7. The People’s Clearances 1770-1815. Highland Emigrations to British North America. By J.M. Bumsted. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. 8 Chapters, Epilogue, 2 Appendixes, Select Bibliography, Index. Includes Passenger Lists. 305 Pages. £20
  8. The History of the Highland Clearances by Alex Mackenzie. H.B. With D/J Published in 1946. Second Edition altered and revised. Contents: Editor’s Preface, Introduction, Sutherland, Trial of Patrick Sellar, Ross Shire, Inverness Shire,The Hebrides, Argyllshire, Buteshire, Perthshire, Notable Dicta, Statistical Statement, Appendices. 286 Pages. £10

276.Colkitto. A Celebration of Clan Donald of Colonsay (1570-1647) by Kevin Byrne. P.B. Published in 1997. 16 Chapters, Epilogue, Appendices, Selected Bibliography, Maps and Geneaological Tables. 240 Pages. £15

  1. The Isle of Raasay by Robert B. Malloy. H.B. With D/J Published in 1975. This book traces the history of Raasay -from the time of St Maoluag, who established the first church on the island in the year 562 -through the succession of colourful clan chiefs, the central figures in the island’s history from the fifteenth century to the 1850’s , and into the present. 19 Chapters, Bibliography and Illustrations. 83 Pages. £15

278.Greenvoe A Novel by George Mackay Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. 1st Edition. The Author’s first novel. 6 Chapters, 279 Pages. £8

  1. Clyde Navigation. A History of the Development and Deepening of the River Clyde by John F. Riddell. H.B. With D/J Published in 1979. 17 Chapters, Appendixes, Bibliography, Index and Illustrations. 385 Pages. £10
  2. A History of the Scottish People 1560-1830 by TC Smout. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. Contents: The Middle Ages, The Age of Reformation, The Age of Transformation. 19 Chapters in Total. Includes Illustrations. 576 Pages. £10
  3. Scottish Voices 1745-1960 by T.C. Smout and Sydney Wood. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 18 Chapters, References, Index and Illustrations. 334 Pages. £10
  4. Nature Contested. Environmental History in Scotland and Northern England Since 1600 by T.C. Smout. P.B. Published in 2000. 6 Chapters, Notes, Selected Bibliography, Index, Illustrations and Figures. 210 Pages. £8
  5. Edinburgh and the Reformation by Michael Lynch. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. Part One: Edinburgh Society. Part Two: Burgh Politics and Burgh Crisis. Part Three: Parties and Party Men. Appendices, List of Events in Scotland etc, and Edinburgh, 1542-1585, Bibliography and Index. Includes Maps. 416 Pages. £12
  6. The Testimony of the Rocks or Geology In Its Bearings on the Two Theologies, Natural and Revealed by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1857. Twelve Lectures in Total. 500 Pages. £35
  7. Edinburgh and Its Neighbourhood Geological and Historical With The Geology of the Bass Rock by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1875. Sixth Edition. 14 Lectures in Total. 344 Pages. £20
  8. Scenes and Legends of The North of Scotland or The Traditional History of Cromarty by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1889. Second Edition. 32 Chapters. 487 Pages £25
  9. Sketchbook of Popular Geology. Being a Serious of Lectures Delivered Before The Philisophical Institute of Edinburgh. By Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1859. 6 Lectures in Total. 358 Pages. £20
  10. The Centenary of Hugh Miller Being An Account of the Celebration Held at Cromarty on 22nd August 1902. H.B. Published in 1902. 80 Pages. Includes a number of press cuttings about the author. £25
  11. The Life and Letters of Hugh Miller by Peter Bayne. Two Volumes. I. H.B. Published in 1871. Contents: Book I: The Boy. Book II: The Apprentice. Book III. The Journeyman. 431 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings about the author. £45
  12. First Impressions of England by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1889. Twenty Chapters. 368 Pages. £25
  13. A Cruise of the Betsey; or A Summer Ramble Among the Fossiliferous Deposits of the Hebrides with Rambles of a Geologist or Ten Thousand Miles Over the Fossiliferous Deposits of Scotland by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1858. 14 Chapters, 486 Pages. £45

292.My Schools and Schoolmasters or The Story of my Education by Hugh Miller. Second Edition. H.B. Published in 1854. 25 Chapters,537 Pages. £35

293.Foot Prints of the Creator or The Asterolepis of Stromness by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1849.  15 Chapters and Wood Cuts. 313 Pages. £35

  1. Foot Prints of the Creator or The Asterolepis of Stromness by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1849. 15 Chapters and Wood Cuts. 313 Pages. Eleventh Edition. £20
  2. Edinburgh and Its Neighbourhood Geological and Historical; With The Geology of the Bass Rock by Hugh Miller. Second Edition. H.B. Published in 1869. 17 Chapters. 313 Pages. £35
  3. Tales and Sketches by Hugh Miller. Edited, With a Preface by Mrs Miller. H.B. Published in 1889. Ninth Chapters. 389 Pages. £25
  4. Essays Historical and Biographical Political and Social Literary and Scientific by Hugh Miller. H.B. Published in 1889. 46 Essays in Total. 495 Pages. £25
  5. The Headship of Christ and the Rights of the Christian People by Hugh Miller. With a Preface by Peter Bain A.M. H.B. Published in 1889. 39 Chapters. 517 Pages. £25

298.Leading Articles on Various Subjects by Hugh Miller. Edited by His Son In Law, The Rev John Davidson. H.B. Published in 1890. 31 Chapters. 453 Pages. £25

299.Scotland’s Malt Whiskies A Dram by Dram Guide. P.B. Published in 1988. Revised Edition. 63 Malt Whiskie’s are covered in this book, Distilleries to Visit, Whisky Stockists, Further Reading. 126 Pages. £6

  1. Recipes,Reflections and Rhubarb. A collection of special recipes to celebrate 125 years of The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland. Booklet, printed 2014. Contents: Starters, main Course, Baking, Puddings, and finally. Includes Illustrations. 41 Pages. £6

301.Up Oor Close. Memories of Domestic Life in Glasgow Tenements, 1910-1945 by Jean Faley. P.B. First Published in 1990, this reprint is from 2000. Contents: Contributors with Year of Birth, Preface and Acknowledgements, Introduction, The Tenement House, Beds and Bath, Doing the Housework, Cooking the Food, Entertaining and Celebrations, Up Oor Close, Roon Oor Back, Doing the Shopping, Weddings and Funerals, Childbirth and Babycare, Illness, Remedies and death, Epilogue: Then and Now, Select Bibliography, Index, Illustration Acknowledgements. 176 Pages. £8

302.Selected Stories by Iain Crichton Smith. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 24 Stories. 178 Pages. £8

  1. The Clan Mackay A Celtic Resistance to Feudal Superiority by M.O. Macdougall. With tartan and Chief’s Arms in Colour, and a Map. Booklet, first published in 1953. This reprint is from 1969. 32 Pages. £6
  2. The Clan MacGregor. Clan Gregor The Nameless Clan by W.R. Kermack. Johnston’s Clan Histories. With Tartan and Chief’s Arms in Colour, and a Map. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1953, this reprint is from 1972. 32 Pages. £6
  3. St Columba’s Ui Church otherwise Eaglais na h-Aoidhe An historical perspective with an account of the activities of Urras Eaglais na h-Aoidhe to date collated from many sources by Colin Scott Mackenzie. P.B. Published in 2012. 16 Chapters, List of Board Members Past and Present, Genealogical Tables, Bibliography, Glossary, Index, About the Author. Includes Illustrations. 120 Pages. £8
  4. The Salmon Rivers of Scotland by Derek Mills & Neil Graesser. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981, this reprint is from 1984. 40 Chapters, Epilogue, Appendix, Bibliography, Index and Maps. 339 Pages. £10
  5. The Scottish Parliament. Parlamaid na h-Alba. Official Guidebook. Written by Lyndsey Bowditch. Booklet, printed circa 2005. Contents: The Road to the Scottish Parliament, A Symbol for Scotland, A Tour of the Scottish Parliament, The Parliament and You. Chapters are in English and Gaelic. 47 Pages. £6
  6. The Gaelic Place Names and Heritage of Inverness by Roddy Maclean. P.B. Published in 2004. Contents: A Message from the Provost, Ro Radh, Introduction, A Short History of Gaelic In Inverness, Some Place Names No Longer in General Use, Place Names Still in Use, Mar a Fhuair Loch Nis ainm, Buidheachas, Bibliography, Index. 96 Pages, includes Photographs. £10
  7. Memoir of The Rev Robert Findlater, Late Minister of the Chapel of Ease, Inverness Together with a narrative of the Revival of Religion During his Ministry at Lochtayside, Perthshire, in 1816-1819. by William Findlater. P.B. Published in 2020. Contents: Dedication, Publisher’s Preface, Preface, Memoitr of the Rev Robert Findlater Part I, Narrative of Revival of Religion in Breadalbane, Perthshire, 18161819, Narrative of Experiences, Memoir of the Rev Robert Findlater -Part II, Concluding Reflections. 135 Pages. £8

310.’Tisty Tosties’ The Autobiography of a Brynoch Boy by Harold Jenkins. P.B. Published in 2015. 12 Chapters includes Illustrations. 64 Pages. £8

  1. Strange Tales of the Highlands & Islands “Peat Fire Flame Extracts” by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor. Booklet, printed in 1977. The original book was published in 1937. Contents: Faery Folk, Faery Music, The Brownie, Monsters, Wells of Magic, Cave Stories, Tales of Witchcraft, Ghosts, Jacobite Tales. Includes Drawings. £8
  2. Scotland’s Crafts. Edited by Louise Butler with photography by Shannon Tofts. P.B. Published in 2000. 10 Chapters and Photographs. 118 Pages. £8
  3. St Columba’s (Old Parish) Church, Stornoway. Guild Recipe Book. P.B. With Ring Binding printed in 2005. Contents: Starters, Main Courses, Vegetarian, Salads, Desserts, Baking, Confectionary, Preserves, Household Hints, Temperature Guide. £8
  4. Claire Macdonald Presents Manna From Heaven. A collection of recipes gathered by the Sunday School Children The Parish of Strath & Sleat The Island of Skye. A4 Size Publication with Ring Binding. Contents: Breakfasts, Soups & Starters, Main Courses, Puddings, 92 Pages. £8
  5. Native Hebridean Scottish Salmon. A Timeless Taste of the Hebrides Recipe Book. H.B. Date of Printing not known. 75 Pages. £8
  6. Tartans of Scotland by James D Scarlett. Booklet, first printed in 1972, this revised edition was printed in 1978. 52 Clan Tartans are in this publication. 40 Pages. £6
  7. The Dons The History of Aberdeen Football Club by Jack Webster. Revised Edition. P.B. Published in 1990. 50 Chapters, Facts and Figures, Photographs and Index. 282 Pages. £6
  8. The Decline and fall of St Kilda. Proceedings of an International Conference organised by the Islands Book Trust in August 2005 to mark the 75th anniversary of the evacuation of St Kilda. P.B. Published in 2006. Contents: Introduction and Conclusions, Opening Remarks, Population Trends and the Medical Background to Population Decline, Church, Visitor’s and Natives, St Kilda: Wildlife, Travellers, Tourists and Naturalists, The Scottish Office and St Kilda 1885-1930, The decline and Fall of Mingulay, Foula’s Fight for Survival, The Blasket Islands, The Faroes. 128 Pages. £10
  9. A History of Borve Lodge by Tony Scherr. P.B. Published in 2017. 35 Chapters and Illustrations. 228 Pages. £10
  10. The Supernatural Highlands by Francis Thompson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction, Witchcraft, The Evil Eye, Second Sight, Ghosts, Functional Folklore, Seasonal Lore, Supernatural Beings, The Power of Words, Bibliography, Index. Includes Photographs. 189 Pages. £10
  11. A Just God and a Saviour (and other sermons and addresses) by R.A. Finlayson. P.B. Published in 2002. 355 Pages. £8
  12. Learning From Lord Mackay: Life and Work in Two Kingdoms by J.Cameron Fraser. Foreword by Sinclair B. Ferguson. Contents: Foreword, Preface, Introducing Two Kingdoms, Introducing Lord Mackay Life and Work, Learning From Lord Mackay, Locating Lord Mackay, 2 Appendixes. Includes Photographs. 128 Pages. £8
  13. Eilean Donan Castle Near Dornie, Ross Shire. Booklet, printed in 1978. Text by John Macrae. 16 pages of text and photographs. £6
  14. The Wings of the Morning by Kenneth MacVicar. Foreword by Angus MacVicar. H.B. With D/J Published in 1996. The life story of a very ordinary man who proved that it is better to be lucky than clever. The book is in three parts. Part One: The Early Days, Part Two: The War, Part Three: Peace and Ministry. 20 Chapters. 200 Pages. Includes many illustrations. £10
  15. Return to Patagonia by Greta Mackenzie. P.B. Published in 2010. 27 Chapters ,2 Appendices and Photographs. Includes the names and the villages of the people from Lewis who went to Patagonia. 186 Pages. £8
  16. Air Bilean an t-sluaigh: Sealladh air Leantalachd Beul Aithris Ghaidhlig Uibhist a Tuath le Maighread A. Challan. P.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 2012. Clar innse: Co theacsa Soisealta Beul aithris, Co theacsa Dualchasach Beul aithris, Feumalachd agus Tairbhe Beul aithris, Adhbharan Tanachaidh, Co Dhunaidhean.256 Duilleagan. £10
  17. Glencoe and Beyond. The Sheep Farming Years 1780-1830 by Iain S. Macdonald. P.B. Published in 2005. 13 Chapters, Postscript, Appendixes, Bibliography, Glossary, Notes, Index. 316 Pages. £15
  18. The Trades House of Glasgow Past Present and Future. Booklet, printed in 1989. 8 Chapters which includes photographs. 28 Pages. £6
  19. The Gleaneagles Hotel. 75 Years of Scottish Excellence by Jane Nottage. Foreword by Jackie Stewart. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. Introduction, 8 Chapters and numerous photographs. 192 Pages. £10
  20. None Other Name by Ian Macpherson. H.B. Published in 1946. Studies of chapters in the Bible. 14 Chapters in total. 148 Pages. Some writing in pen at the start of the book where it gives the titles of the chapters. £10
  21. Mini Guide to Pre Historic Harris (1) by Margaret R Ponting and G Ronald Curtis. Clann Mhicleoid Standing Stone Coire Na Feinne Chambered Cairn Rock Carvings at Kyle. Pamphlet, printed in 1988. 4 Pages. £6
  22. Silent Tower by John Macaulay. P.B. Published in 1993. A History and Description of St Clements Church at Rodil. 13 Chapters and Photographs. Signed by the Author. 50 Pages. £8
  23. Bardachd Uilleam Iain Caimbeul. Poems of Willie John Campbell. (Willie Teddy). P.B. Published in 2018. 30 piosan bardachd uile gu leir. 101 Pages. £8
  24. Nuair a bha Diadhachd fo Bhlath an Tolastadh anns na Laithean a Dh’fhalbh. When Godliness was in bloom in North Tolsta in Days gone By by Bella Murray. Booklet, printed in 2019 or 2020. Chapters on notable Christians in the village. 93 Pages. £6
  25. The Kingdom of MacBrayne by Nick S. Robbins and Donald E. Meek. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006. From steamships to car ferries in the West Highlands and Hebrides 1820-2005. 12 Chapters, Appendixes, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index of Ships and many Photographs. 275 Pages. Ex Library. £10
  26. Macpherson’s Rant and other tales of the Scottish Fiddle by Stuart McHardy. P.B. Published in 2004. 16 Chapters. 229 Pages. A small part of the corner of the cover ahs been torn off. £6
  27. Love of Country. A Hebridean Journey by Madeline Bunting. H.B. With D/J Published in 2016. Part One: Imagined Geographies -Iona, Staffa and Jura. Part Two: Whose History: Rum, Eriskay, Lewis, St Kilda. Notes, Select Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Permissions, Illustration Credits, Index. Includes Maps and Illustrations. 351 Pages. £10
  28. St Magnus Cathedral and Orkneys Twelfth Century Renaissance. Edited by Barbara E Crawford. H.B. Published in 1988. Contents: History -Ecclesiastical Background, Buildings The Architectural Achievements of the Age, Culture -Literary, Artistic and Musical Achievements of the Age, Epilogue, Programme St Magnus Cathedral 850th Anniversary Conference, Songs for St Magnus Day by George Mackay Brown, Introductory Essay, List of Figures, Black and White Plates, Colour Plates. 283 Pages. £12
  29. The Men of Lewis by the Rev Norman C. Macfarlane. Booklet, printed in the 1960’s . Contents: Kenneth Ross, Crobeg, Donald Morrison, Fivepenny, John Macleod, Galson, Aonghas Nam Beann, Uig, Murdo Macdonald, Guershader, John Campbell, Harris, Angus Matheson, Uig, Finlay Munro, Tain, Angus MacIver, Uig, Alexander Morrison, Stornoway. 44 Pages. £15
  30. Our Banner and its Battles; or An Evening in a Free Church Manse by A Disruption Minister. Continued by Rev. Professor Donald Maclean, D.D. Booklet, printed in 1934. 9 Chapters, 5 Illustrations. 115 Pages. £15
  31. Lines Review.67 Contents: On Hugh MacDiarmid, Poems and Reviews. Booklet, printed in 1978. 18 Chapters. 48 Pages. £6
  32. Eadar Da Shaoghal. Between Two Worlds. Balach ann am Bearnaraigh. A Bernera Boyhood by Donald Macleod. P.B. Published in 2019. 8 Chapters, Translation, The Gaelic Naming Tradition, Names, Endnotes and Photographs. The book is a Bilingual Publication. 257 Pages. £10
  33. The Man Who Came Back by Neil M. Gunn. Essays and Short Stories. Edited by Margery Palmer McCulloch. P.B. Published in 1991, this reprint is from 1998. 211 Pages. £8
  34. Few Saints, Many Sinners. A Look at the Commissioners of the First General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland held on 20th December 1560 By B.A. Myers. Edited by A Sinclair Horne. P.B. Published in 2002. 153 Pages. £8
  35. Memories of Disruption Times. A Chapter in Autobiography Embracing The Half Year Preceding and the Half Year Following 18th May 1843 by Alex Beith. H.B. Published in 1877. Introductory, 7 Chapters, Conclusion. 274 Pages. £35
  36. Anither Pot 0’ Broth by Jack Cooper. P.B. Published in 1989. Cover Painting by the Author. Full plate line drawings by Harald Nicolson. Tailpieces by Inga Nicholl. The author in his second book brings further episodes from his early days in Westray entertaingly to life. 8 Chapters. 128 Pages. £8
  37. Best Birdwatching Sites in the Scottish Highlands by Gordon Hamlett. P.B. Published in 2005. Includes sections on areas in the Highlands. Includes Maps. 240 Pages. £8
  38. The Highlands and Islands Society of London 1976-1986. This Journal is published to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Society. Includes articles, poetry and society news in English and Gaelic. Includes Photographs. £10
  39. Peebles Railways by Peter Marshall. P.B. Published in 2005. Eight Chapters, 4 Appendixes, Chronology, Bibliography, Acknowledgements, Index and Photographs. 240 Pages. £10
  40. The Scottish parliament by Brian Taylor. P.B. Published in 1999. 15 Chapters, Conclusion and Index. 266 Pages. £8
  41. May the Devil Walk Behind Ye! Scottish Traveller Tales by Duncan Williamson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1989. A collection of twelve stories and a glossary at the end of the book. 134 Pages. £10
  42. The Companion to Gaelic Scotland. Edited by Derick S. Thomson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. Contents: Prefcae, Acknowledgements, List of Contributors, Guide to Contents by Subject, Companion to Gaelic Scotland, Chronology, Bibliography, Index. 63 Pages. £10
  43. The Suburbs of Heaven. The Diary of Murdoch Campbell. Edited by David Campbell. P.B. Published in 2014. It covers the years 1930-1970, includes Biographical Notes and a list of Publications by Rev Murdoch Campbell. Includes Illustrations. 160 Pages. £8
  44. Alexander Macaskill of Drynoch by Kenneth J. Macleay. Booklet, printed in 1968. It is the story of Alexander Macaskill 1873-1965. 32 Pages. £6
  45. Hooves Harness Hardwork by Ernest Taylor. Ploughmen of Yesteryear and their Clyedesdales. P.B. Published in 1997, this reprint is from 2003. 32 Chapters and drawings. 104 Pages. £6
  46. Shetland’s Whalers Remember. Compiled by Gibbie Fraser. P.B. Published in 2001. 51 of the men who were at the Whalers share their stories, included is a Glossary and Photographs. 238 Pages. £10
  47. Insurrection. Scotland’s Famine Winter by James Hunter. When Scotland’s 1846 potato crop was wiped out by blight, the country was plunged into crisis. H.B. With D/J Published in 2019. 7 Chapters, Illustrations, Map of West Highlands and Islands, Map of Moray Firth Area, Some key characters, Introduction, Acknowledgements, Notes, Bibliography, Index. 287 Pages. £10
  48. My Captains by Tom Ralston. Memoirs of a Scottish West Coast Fisherman. P.B. Published in 1995. 10 Chapters, 108 Pages and includes drawings. £8
  49. Like Hungry Wolves. Culloden Moor 16 April 1746. Stuart Reid with plates by Gerry Embleton. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994. Eleven Chapters, Colour Plates and Commentries, Appendices, Bibliography, References. 128 Pages. £15
  50. Comunn An Fheilidh. (The Kilt Society) Roll of Members as at 1st February, 1937. With List of Office Bearers for 1936-37. Booklet, includes a letter from the Secretary of the Society to Members. 8 Pages. £20 (Scarce)
  51. The Lighthouse. The Mystery of the Eilean Mor Lighthouse Keepers by Keith McCloskey. P.B. Published in 2014. 9 Chapters, Appendixes, Sources and Further Reading, Index. Includes Photographs. 223 Pages. £8
  52. The Lewis Trivia Quiz Book. Compiled by Francis Thompson. Booklet, printed in 1989. £6
  53. Dain Iain Gobha. The Poems of John Morison, The Songsmith of Harris. Collected and edited with a memoir by George Henderson. Vol I. H.B. Published in 1893. 26 Poems in total and a memoir. 315 Pages. £25
  54. Letters from the Highlands. (After the Great Potato Famine of 1846). P.B Published in 1977. 32 Letters in Total. 203 Pages. £15
  55. A Guide to Point. An Rubha, The Eye Peninsula, Isle of Lewis. Booklet in colour edited by Liz Chaplin. Contents: Introduction, Eaglais na h-Aoidhe, Archaeological, Natural History, Crofting, The Fishings, Map of Point, Tiumpan Head Lighthouse, Piers Around Point, Wrecks of Point, Aiginish Riots, Lewis Chemical Works, Brick making at Claypark, Garrabost Mill, World War I, The Iolaire Tragedy, Point Coastal Path, Further Reading, The Contributors. Includes Photographs. Published in 2014. 88 Pages. £8
  56. Tales from an Island. To the edge of the Sea/ Twice around the Bay by Christina Hall. P.B. Published in 2008. Contents: To The Edge of the Sea, Twice Around the Bay. Includes Photographs. 364 Pages. £6
  57. The Corncrake and the Lysander by Finlay J Macdonald. Author of Crowdie and Cream and Crotal and White. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. 192 Pages. £8
  58. Tattered Tartan A Sequel to The But and Ben by Isabel Cameron. H.B. Published in 1950, this fourth impression is from 1959. 26 Chapters. 191 Pages. £8

369.The History of the Western Highlands and Isles of Scotland 1493-1625 by Donald Gregory. Introduction by Martin MacGregor. P.B. Published in 2008. The main text of this book is a facsimilie of the 1881 edition. 9 Chapters. 453 Pages. £10

  1. Reading the Line. An English language lined out Psalmody tradition in Presbyterian Scotland by Norman Campbell. Booklet, printed in 2005. 6 Chapters, References and Photographs. 32 Pages. £6
  2. A Sure Foundation. Another Story of Harper Memorial Baptist Church by Edna W Morrison. Booklet, Ten chapters and photographs. Date of printing not given. Signed by the Author. 35 Pages. £8
  3. SNP The Turbulent Years 1960-1990 by Gordon Wilson. A History of the Scottish National Party. P.B. Published in 2009. 17 Chapters, Notes, Abbreviations, Bibliography, Thesis, Manuscript and Oral Sources, Records, Index. Includes photographs. 266 Pages. £10
  4. Before I Forget. Memoirs of Alex Morrison. P.B. Published in April 2012. Privately printed. The author was originally from Ness on the Isle of Lewis, but spent the majority of his life in Mainland Scotland. 323 Pages and includes many photographs. £12
  5. A Scots Scrapbook by Harvey Macpherson. P.B. Published in 1973. 9 Chapters and Index. Includes illustrations. 205 Pages. £8
  6. 70 Lochs A Guide to Trout Fishing in South Uist by John Kennedy. Booklet, originally printed in 1983. This reprint is from 1997. 42 Pages of text and photographs. £8

376.The Adventures of Peter Williamson. By Francis McDonnell. Booklet, printed in 1994. This is the true story of a sad period in the history of Aberdeen, when, between the years 1740-1744, a number of merchants, magistrates and shipmasters organised the abduction of local children in order to sell them as slaves in the American Plantations. 32 Pages. £8

  1. The Depths of Divine Love by Morag Morrison Marig. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Contains religious poems. 28 Pages. £6
  2. Yours for Scotland. A Memoir by James Halliday. P.B. Published in 2011. 17 Chapters and Photographs. 155 Pages. £8
  3. The Historical Sheilings of Pairc by John Randall. P.B. Published in 2017. Contents: Introduction, What are Sheilings, Where are the Sheilings in pairc, Oral History and Folklore of the Sheilings, Conclusions, List of Sheilings, Bibliography, List of Illustrations, Index. 80 Pages. £10
  4. Whaling and the Hebrides. The History of the Whalers in the South Atlantic and Whaling in and Around the Hebrides. An Island Book Trust Publication. The Proceedings of a Three Day Conference Held in Harris, 16th-18th August 2007. P.B Published in 2007. 10 Chapters and Illustrations. 169 Pages. £10
  5. The Land God Chose to Love. (An Tir a Roghnaich Dis a Ghradhachadh) by Dr Brad Allen. The story of Church revivals on the Isle of Lewis from 1824-1986. P.B. Published in 2004. Twelve Chapters and Illustrations. 261 Pages. £10
  6. Tartan Pimps. Gordon Brown, Margaret Thatcher & The New Scotland. Edited by Mitch Miller, Johnny Rodger & Owen Dudley Edwards. P.B. Published in 2010. 6 Chapters, Epilogue, Bibliography, Index and Illustrations. 314 Pages. £8
  7. On The Crofters Trail by David Craig. In Search of the Highland Clearances. P.B. Published in 1990, this is a reprint from 2007. 19 Chapters, Notes and Illustrations. 359 Pages. £6
  8. A Long Stride. The Story of the World’s No 1 Scotch Whisky by Nicholas Morgan. H.B. Published in 2020. Ten Chapters, Epilogue, Acknowledgements, Notes, Index and Illustrations. 320 Pages. £8
  9. As A Bhraighe. Beyond the Braes. The Gaelic Songs of Allan The Ridge Macdonald 1794-1868 by Effie Rankin. P.B. Published in 2005. Second Edition. Contents: Introduction, The Gaelic Songs -The Early Years, The Middle Years, Drinking Songs, Final Years, Notes to Songs, Airs to Songs, Ridge Genealogy, Maps, Glossary, List of Abbreviations, Bibliography. 212 Pages. £8
  10. 386. Adrift in Caledonia. Boat hitching for the Unenlightened by Nick Thorpe. P.B. Published in 2006, this reprint is from 2007. 42 Chapters, Epilogue and Photographs. 340 Pages. £6
  1. Dynasty the Royal House of Stewart. Booklet, printed in 1990. Edited by Rosalind K Marshall. 17 Chapters and Illustrations. 120 Pages. £8
  2. Touring Scotland. Wester Ross (Kintail to Torridon) by Ross Finlay. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 1stEdition. 13 Chapters and Illustrations. 238 Pages. £10
  3. The Voice of the Bard. Living Poets and Ancient Tradition in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Timothy Neat with John Macinnes. P.B. Published in 1999. Part One: Hebridean Tradition, Part Two: Highland History, Part Three: The Many Coloured Coat, Part Four: The Bard Through History. With many Photographs. 352 Pages. £10
  4. The highlander: a poem: in six cantos. By James Macpherson. Booklet, a reprint in the original poem. Date of printing not given. 82 Pages. £10
  5. Lost Aberdeen. The Outskirts by Diane Morgan. P.B. Published in 2007. Part One: The Northern Outskirts. Part Two: The Southern Outskirts. Includes Glossary, Bibliography, Illustrations and Index. 212 Pages. £8
  6. Laithean an Iasgach Ann an Tolastadh bho Thuath. A4 Size publication with ring binding. Date of printing Circa 2017. Contents: Foreword, Fishing from Pre 1890’s to 1970’s, Old Photographs, Registry, Bonnie Lass Incident, Trouble from the admiral, Disasters off Tolsta. 37 Pages. £6
  7. Red Deer by Tim Clutton Brock. Photographs by Neil Macintyre. P.B. Published in 1999. 9 Chapters. 48 Pages. £6
  8. Rax Me That Buik. Highlights From the Collections of The National Library of Scotland by Iain Gordon Brown. P.B. Published in 2010. 14 Chapters and includes drawings and copies of documents in the Library. 144 Pages. £8
  9. Cuimhneachan Phriseil. Precious Memories. A Bilingual collection of Harris folklore. Booklet, printed in 2004. Contents: My Story, Fireside Favourites, The Way it Was, A Wee Laugh, Divine Encounters. Includes Illustrations. 55 Pages. £8
  10. Does Anyone Like Midges and 99 other Improbable Scottish Questions by Jim Hewitson. P.B. Published in 2006. Questions and answers from the letters page of the legendary Exploding haggis. 8 chapters and Index. 248 Pages. £6
  11. Rich man, Beggar Man, Indian Chief. Fascinating Scots in Canada and America. H.B. With D/J Published in 1997. Contents: Politics, Naturalists, Artists, Native People, The Fur Trade, Wordsmiths, Rich Man, Poor Man, Beggar Man, Thief, Soldiers, Sailors, Adventurers, Visionairies. 170 Pages. £8
  12. The Queen’s Own Highlanders. A Concise History by Trevor Royle. H.B. With D/J Published in 2007. Ten chapters, Appendix, Bibliography, Index. Includes Photographs. 240 Pages. £10
  13. Tocasaid ‘Ain Tuirc le Donnchadh MacGilliosa. 16 sgeulachd goirid. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2004. 138 Duillagan. £6
  14. Banner in the West.  A Spiritual History of Lewis and Harris by John Macleod. P.B. Published in 2010. The most comprehensive book ever written about the spiritual history of Lewis and Harris. 15 Chapters, Appendixes, Notes, Index and Photographs. 400 Pages. £8