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Catalogue 26

August 2019

 

 

Hebridean Books

19 Eoropie, Ness

Isle of Lewis

HS2 OXH

 

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The  Memorial Service for  Donald MacCormaig will be held in Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh on Thursday 26th September at 3pm. There will be a collection for Macmillan Cancer Support,and a gathering afterwards at the ‘Canny Man’s’bar  on Morningside Road.  

  1. The Isle of Lewis and Harris. A Study in British Community by Arthur Geddes. H.B With D/J Published in 1955. 1st Contents: Environment and Landscape, The Seasons, Plant Life and Crofters Year, The Island Home: Homestead, Township and Burgh and their Population, The Evolution of Economy and Society in the Island Environment, Family, Farm Group and Township: The Continuing Community and Its Social Economy to 1815, Clansmen, People, Chiefs and Tacksmen, The Spiritual Life of the Community, Change in Religion and Social Customs, Economic Changes: 1750-1919, Between Two Wars and After: 1918-1952, Economic Statistics of Lewis and Harris, Selected Bibliography. Includes a list of Plates and Figures. 340 Pages. £45
  2. Monro’s Western Isles of Scotland And Genealogies of the clans 1549. Edited From a Hitherto Unpublished MS. With Introduction and Notes by R.W. Munro. H.B. With D/J Published in 1961. Contents include; George Buchanan’s Preface, Description of the Occidental i.e. Western Isles of Scotland, Note on the Genealogies, The Genealogies of the Chief Clans of the Isles, notes on Island Castles, Religious Houses, Island Sports, Barra ‘Cockles’, Place Names, Errors in Earlier Editions, Charters of the Lords of the Isles, The Genealogies, Principal Sources, Glossary. 172 Pages. £35
  3. The Macleods The Genealogy of a Clan. Section Three. Macleod Cadet Families descended from William XIII Chief, Norman XII Chief, Iain Borb VI Chief, William Cleireach V Chief, Malcolm III Chief. By the Late Rev Dr Donald Mackinnon and Alick Morrison. P.B. Published in 1970. This publication looks at 20 Branches of the Macleods mainly in Skye, Pabbay, St Kilda and Berneray. 294 Pages. £25
  4. The Men of Skye by Roderick MacCown. H.B. Fully Rebound Published in 1902. 1st This book profiles 49 Christian men from Skye and includes appendixes with three poems at the end. 230 Pages. £45
  5. Traditions of the Mackenzies by William Matheson. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume XXXIX. Booklet, printed in 1963. 36 Pages and includes Notes. £8
  6. Family Traditions. John Macleod 11 Melbost, outside Stornoway. Edited by W. Cumming. The hand written traditions of the family descendants of Torquil Macleod. A4 Publication, printed in 2018. 31 Pages. £8
  7. Professor Mackenzie of Aird: Domhnall Seonaid by Iain Smith (with Joan Forrest) Urras Eaglais na H-Aoidhe 2017 Colm Cille Lecture. Donald Mackenzie was the 1882 son of a single mother from Aird, Point, Isle of Lewis. He successively was dux of the Nicolson Institute, a first class honours graduate and member of staff of the University of Aberdeen; a church minister; and a professor in Princeton Theological Seminary. Booklet, printed in 2018. 30 Pages. £6
  8. The Sporting Estates of the Outer Hebrides Past and Present. An Illustrated History by David S.D. Jones. This Booklet looks at the 21 sporting estates in Lewis and Harris in detail. Includes Photographs. Published in 2007. 144 Pages. Signed by the Author. £10
  9. The Eishken Estate by David S.D. Jones. Booklet, printed in 2009. 56 Pages and includes Photographs. 7 Chapters. £8
  • How the Scots Created Canada by Paul Cowan. P.B. Published in 2006. Ten Chapters and includes notes on sources. 239 Pages. £6
  • Walking Through Scotland by David & Kathleen Macinnes. P.B. Originally Published in 1987. This revised PB Edition is from 1987.Contents: Southern Uplands, Grampians, Northwest Highlands, Islands. Plus Notes. 192 Pages. £5
  • Cocoa and Crabs. Coco is Crubagan. A Hebridean Childhood by Flora Macdonald. An evocative account in Gaelic and English of Flora Macdonald’s idyllic childhood memories of growing up in a remote and long deserted part of eastern Benbecula in the 1940’s and 50’s. Eleven Chapters. Published in 2009. 111 Pages. £6
  • St Kilda Mail. Number 31. April 2007. Articles include; Rev John Macdonald & St Kilda, George Murray Schoolmaster, A 50th Anniversary Report, Book Reviews and many other articles. Booklet. 48 Pages. Includes many photographs. £5
  • Highland Experiment by James Grassie. The story of the Highlands & Islands Development Board. Photographs by Oscar Marzaroli. Chapters on Fishing, Tourism, Industry, Land, Conclusion and Appendices. P.B. Published in 1983. 156 Pages. £6
  • A Liquid Measure of Highland History by Martin Whittet. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LIV. Booklet, Printed in 1987. 98 Pages. £8
  • Maclaren’s Gaelic Self Taught. An introduction to Gaelic for beginners (with guide to pronunciations) Complete with Key. Reprint of Fourth (Revised ) Edition. H.B. With D/J Published in 1971. 184 Pages. £8
  • A Bird Watcher in the Isle of Harris. Notes and Records 1954-1963 & 1970 -1995 by Geoffrey D Wilkinson. Booklet, Printed in 2002. 39 Pages. £8
  • Salmon and Sea Trout Angling on Lewis and Harris Past and Present by David SD Jones. P.B. Published in 2008. Of 150 copies that were printed this is Number 145. Signed by the Author. 16 Chapters. 85 Pages. £10
  • Scottish Highlands. Highland Clans and Regiments by John S. Keltie. H.B. Published in 1875. Volume II. A comprehensive history which includes plates. The book is in Three Parts: Part I, General History of the Highlands, Part II, History of the Highland Clans, Part III, History of the Highland Regiments. 225 Pages. £35
  • Records of Inverness. Edited by William Mackay and Herbert Cameron Boyd. Volume I ‘Burgh Court Books’: 1556-86. Printed for the University of Aberdeen 1911. This volume gives us detail on many of the individual court cases from these years. Includes Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1911. 308 Pages. £30
  • Wild Lewis. A Mhointeach Mhor. A Photographic Journey by Frank Stark. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, Coastal, Freshwater, Croftland, Woodland, Hill & Moor. H.B. With D/J Published in 2014. 160 Pages. £10
  • Mod Nan Eilean Siar 2011. Leabhar Cocaireachd. Contents include; Soups, Dips, Pates and Salads, Vegetarian, Fish and Shellfish, Chicken, Pasta, Desserts, Home Baking, Confectionary. P.B. With Ring Binding. 313 Pages. £8
  • The King of Sunlight. How William Lever cleaned up the World by Adam Macqueen. The author traces the steps of Lord Leverhulme from his humble Bolton boyhood to a business empire that straddled the world, and shines a penetrating spotlight on a time and a set of beliefs long gone. P.B. Originally published in 2004, this reprint is from Twenty One Chapters. 328 Pages. £6
  • Clann Nighean an Sgadain le Tormod Calum Domhnallach agus Leslie Davenport. Eachdraidh an fheadhainn a bhitheadh a falbh gach bliadhna chun a Sgadain. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1987. 119 Duilleag. £6
  • Restoring Canna’s Chapel by A.R. McKerlich. An in depth account of the restoration work of the chapel on the Island of Canna. H.B. Published in 2007. Seven Chapters and includes many photographs. 195 Pages. £8 (Signed by the Author)
  • The Bevvy. The Story of Glasgow and Drink by Rudolph Kenna and Ian Sutherland. This book tells the fascinating story of drink in the dear green place -from early times to the present day. P.B. Published in 2000. 12 Chapters. 126 Pages. £6
  • My Yesteryears in Glen Affaric by Duncan Maclennan. The author was the Head Stalker at Glen Affaric between 1942-1989. P.B. Published in 2008. 26 Chapters. This publication was a limited edition of 500. 144 Pages. £10
  • The Greatest Ranger Ever? Davie Meiklejohn. The case for the original Ibrox Legend by Jeff Holmes. Meiklejohn enjoyed a long distinguished career with Glasgow Rangers and had few equals in British football between the wars. According to his admiring contemporaries he was a tactical genius -ahead of his time. ‘the greatest ever Ranger’. H.B With D/J Published in 2014. 40 Chapters. 253 Pages. £6
  • Crotal & White & Crowdie and Cream. Both by Finlay J. Macdonald. Two books about the author’s boyhood in the Isle of Harris. Both H/B’s. Crowdie and Cream was published in 1982 and Crotal & White was published in 1983. £8
  1. Island Voices. Traditions of North Mull. Air Bilibh an T-Sluaigh by Ann Mackenzie. Foreword by Donald W. Mackenzie. P.B. Published in 2002. Nine Chapters. Appendixes and Photographs. 230 Pages. £8
  • A Hebridean Heritage by Myra M. Hoar & William S. Hoar. This book records childhood memories of life spent in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis and in the crofting communities of Arivruaich and Gress during the First World War and early post war years. P.B. Published in 1991, Seven Chapters. The authors are descended from the Mackenzies of Goathill and Melbost farms in Stornoway and gives much family detail about them. 206 Pages. 2 Years ago there were two copies of this book on Amazon one at £800 and the other copy at £1200. £15
  • Records of Grace in Sutherland by Donald Munro. Compiled by the late Rev Donald Munro of Ferintosh and Rogart. Edited by the late Rev. Kenneth A. Macrae Free Church of Stornoway and others. Thirteen Chapters which take in Strath, Brora, Clyne, Golspie, Dornoch, Rogart, Lairg, Creich, Helmsdale, Loth, Kildonan, Halladale, Assynt, Eddrachaolis, Tongue, Farr, Caithness. P.B. Originally Published in 1953. This reprint is from 2015. 292 Pages. £15
  • 101 Golden Rules of Fishing. Wiles, Wit and Wisdom to Inform and Entertain by Rob Beattie. Angling isn’t a hobby, a sport, a science or a skill; it isn’t even an art. It’s a mystery, and one that takes a lifetime to unravel. H.B. Published in 2007. 127 Pages. £6
  • Diamond Jubilee of the Caledonian Steam Packet Company ltd of the Caledonian Route via Gourock Pier. Booklet, printed in 1949. 45 Pages. Includes many photographs. £8
  • Orain Dhomhnaill Ailein Dhomhnaill na Bainich. The Songs of Donald Allan Macdonald 1906-92. Edited by John Angus Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1999. Contents includes a Biographical sketch of the Bard, the songs and introductory notes and background, tunes and assessments of the songs. 317 Pages. £12
  1. Cailin Sgithanach no Faodalach na H-Abaid le Seumas Macleoid. A Maid of Skye or The Foundling of the Abbey by James Macleod. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1923. Ceithir deug caibideal. 364 Duilleag. £15
  • I’ll Sing on. The story of Catriona Maclean Mackinnon. By G.A. Mackinnon. The story of Catriona Mackinnon born in Glasgow in 1949, to parents from the Islands of Lewis and Skye. She passed away in Broadford in Skye in May 1984. P.B. Published in 2017. Sixteen Chapters. 114 Pages. £6
  • Favourite Recipes from Western Isles Guide County. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Contents: Fish, Meat Dishes, Sweets, Breads, Biscuits, Pancakes and Cakes, Miscellaneous. 16 Pages. £6
  • Trout Fishing in Lewis by Norman Macleod. Booklet, Originally printed in 1977, this revised and updated edition is from 1985. This booklet is a guide to brown trout fishing in Lewis, and gives details of all the Lochs and their locations. 65 Pages. £8
  • A Wee Dram. Drinking Scenes from Scottish Literature by David Daiches. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. 62 scenes are profiled in this publication. 200 Pages. £8
  • Strathalder A Highland Estate by Roderick Grant. This book is a portrait of the Scottish estate in its hey-day in the ‘twenties and as it is today. Although you won’t find Strathalder on any map of Scotland, it is typical of the hundreds of great estates which for centuries have defined Scottish rural life. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. Fifteen Chapters. 151 Pages. £12
  • The Lord of the Isles and A Voyage to the Hebrides by Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Edited by George Eyre Todd. Illustrated by J.W. and John Carey. H.B. Date of Printing Unknown. 363 Pages. £12
  • Iona and staff via Oban. Nostalgic Album Views by Bob Charnley. Contents: Oban -Gateway to the Isles of Youth, Glimpses of Oban Past, Behind the Doors at 101, George Street, Iona -The Holy Isle, Wondrous Staffa. P.B. Published in 1994. 96 Pages. £6
  • Ayrshire & Arran. An Illustrated Architectural Guide by Rob Close. P.B. Published in 1992.216 Pages. £6
  • Pictish Stones in Dunrobin Castle Museum by Joanna Close-Brooks. Booklet, Printed in 1989. 16 Pages. £6
  • Haggis Recipe Book with recipes from Scotland’s finest hotels. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 33 Pages. £5
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Section B (Biological Sciences) Vol. 77. 1979. The Natural Environment of the Outer Hebrides. Edited by Dr John Morton Boyd. Contents: The Physical Environment, The marine Environment, The Vegetation, Freshwater and Terrestrial Invertebrates, The Avifauna, Resources and Planning. P.B. Printed in 1979. 561 Pages. No Covers. £15
  • Men & Women from the Isle of Harris. ‘Fragrant Memories’This booklet contains obituaries of men and women who lived in Harris. Booklet, date of printing unknown. Printed in 2007. 66 Pages. £6
  • Sgeulachdan Sa Chiaraidh le Tormod Caimbeul. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2015. 10 sgeulachdan goirid bho peann fear de sar sgriobhadairean rosg gaidhlig. 138 Duilleag. £6
  • Fragments and Sermons of the late Rev. Malcolm Gillies Stornoway. Rev Malcolm Gillies 1885-1945 was a Minister in the FP Church in Halkirk and Stornoway. 127 P.B. Published in 1987. 128 Pages. £6
  1. The People’s Referendum. Why Scotland Will Never be the Same again by Peter Geoghegan. This book is about how the independence referendum changed not just Scottish politics but the nation’s people, its sense of itself, and its future. This book travels the scenic route through Scotland to speak to the people who were involved in both sides of the debate. P.B. Published in 2015. Seven Chapters and Epilogue. 177 Pages. £6
  • The Misrepresentation of Highlanders and Their History by J.G. Mackay. A Paper read before Comunn Gaidhealach Ghlaschu. (The Glasgow Highland Association). Booklet, Printed in 1882. 43 Pages. £20
  • History of the Villages of the Isle of Arran. Compiled by Arran W.R.I. To commemorate their Golden Jubilee 1925-1975. Contents: Brodick, Lamlash, Whiting Bay, Corrie, Pirnmill, Kilmorie, The Church in Shiskine, A Short History of Kildonan, Lochranza. Booklet, Printed in 1975. 43 Pages. £8
  • The Bridge With Broken Arches. The Journals of a Scottish Family Doctor 1943-1986. By David Illingworth. P.B. Published in 2003. Thirty One Chapters. 326 Pages. Signed by the Author. £12
  • Shetland by James R Nicolson. Fourth Edition. H.B. With D/J This edition is from 1984. Twelve Chapters, Glossary, Bibliography, Supplementary Booklist and Index. Includes a number of Illustrations. 246 Pages. £8
  • Lewis In History and Legend. The East Coast by Bill Lawson. Contents: Sgire Bhac, (Back) Mu Thimcheall Steornabhagh, (Stornoway and District) An Rubha (Point), Sgire Nan Loch (Lochs), Steornabhagh (Stornoway), Epilogue, References, Picture Credits, Maps, Index of Persons, Index of Main Topics, Index of Places. P.B. Published in 2011, this reprint is from 2015. 252 Pages. £8
  • We Have Won the Land by John Macaskill. The story of the Purchase by the Assynt Crofters Trust of the North Lochinver Estate. Foreword by Dr Jim Hunter. Contents include; Chronology of key events, The Story of the Purchase, After the Purchase, The Role of the Press and Media, Crofting Trusts and the Land Debate, The Legislative Background. P.B. Published in 1999. 224 Pages. £8
  • The Highlands and Isles of Scotland by W.C. Mackenzie. H.B. Published in 1937. 1st Fourteen Chapters, Four Appendices. 326 Pages. £20
  • The Camerons. A History of Clan Cameron by John Stewart of Ardvorlich. H.B. With D/J Published in 1974. Fourteen Chapters, Chronological Table of the Chiefs of Clan Cameron, Epilogue, Appendices, Bibliography, Place Names Connected With Cameron History with reference to Map in pocket. 344 Pages. £15
  • Gardiner’s Tweed Adventures. The Story of a Tweed Mill 1945/1988. By Ian Jackson. The story of one Tweed Mill through forty three years of dramatic change, not only to itself but to the industry of which it is a part. P.B. Published in 1998. Twenty Five Chapters. 228 Pages. £8
  • Lachann Dubh a’ Chrogain. Lachlan Livingstone and his Grandsons. Bards of Mull and Lismore by Maighread Dhomhnallach Lobban. P.B. Published in 2004. Contents: Lachlan Livingstone (1819-1901), John Macdonald (1883-1940), James Macdonald (1885-1970), Lachlan Macdonald (1889-1956) 160 Pages. £8
  1. Caidreabh 72. A written and pictorial account of Caidreabh na Gaidheal Canada, a cultural exercise undertaken by Comunn Gaidhlig Cheap Breatunn with the assistance of the Multiculturism Grants Programme of the Department of the Secretary of State for Canada. Includes articles and photographs. Also includes the newsletter of Comunn Gaidhlig Cheap Breatunn ‘Suas leis a Ghaidhlig’ from May/June 1973. Magazine type publication. 52 Pages. £12
  • All about Wanlockhead. A brief history of Scotland’s Highest Village. This booklet was originally printed in 1971, this Third Edition is from 1989. 21 Pages. £5
  • Ride with the Moonlight. The Mosstroopers of the Border by Michael J.H. Robson. Booklet, printed in 1987. This reprint is from 1989. 53 Pages. £8
  • More Tails from the Island Nurse by Mary J. Macleod. The heartwarming true story of a district nurse on a remote Scottish island in the ‘70’s continues. P.B. Published in 2014. 37 Chapters, Epilogue, Glossary. 220 Pages. £5
  • Scotland for Sea Angling. A Scottish Tourist Board Publication. Booklet, 21 Chapters. Printed in 1970. 72 Pages. £5
  • Four Scottish Artists. Blyth, Donaldson, Henderson, Morrocco. An exhibition arranged for the period of the Edinburgh International Festival 1964. Text in English, French and German. Booklet, date of printing unknown. 20 Pages. £6
  • Seven Poems by Robert Burns with Gaelic translations by Ruairidh MacDhomhnaill. Booklet, printed early 1990’s. 18 Pages. £6
  • Here We Stand. The Free Church of Scotland 1843 -1900-2000. Three articles on the historic events in the church on these three years. Booklet, printed in 2001. 16 Pages. £5
  • Fred Pollock Recent Paintings 6 November – 4 December, 1993 at the Talbot Rice Gallery at the University of Edinburgh. Booklet, Date of printing 1993. 9 Pages. £5
  • 10 Years of Collecting. Dundee City Art Gallery. A selection of forty works purchased and presented between 1965 and 1974. Booklet, 22 Pages. £6
  • The Life of Jock Purves. Challenging God’s People for God’s World by his daughter Morag Gomis. Booklet, printed in 1995. Contents: The Early Years, Moving Out, The Missionary 1926, WEC Home End and Marriage to Annie, Scotland Again, Farewell. 23 Pages. £5
  • Songs of St Johnstone by Alexander McLeish. H.B. 107 Songs in total. Printed in 1899. 112 Pages. £25
  • Kintyre the Hidden Past by Angus Martin. P.B. Originally Printed in 1984, this reprint is from 1999. Ten Chapters. Four Appendixes. 232 Pages. £8
  • Clyde River and Other Steamers. Supplement to Third Edition by Christian Duckworth and Graham Langmuir. Booklet, originally printed in 1937, this edition is from 1982. Five Chapters and Two Appendixes. Includes Illustrations. 58 Pages. £6
  • Loch Leven. National Nature Reserve. A Study of Waterfowl Biology by The Nature Conservancy Council (Scotland). Foreword by Sir David Montgomery. Preface by Dr John Berry. Contents: Foreword, Preface, Loch Leven, The Waterfowl, Breeding of Ducks, Feeding of Wintering Geese, Shooting, Waders. Booklet, printed in 1974. 124 Pages. £10
  • Caledonian MacBrayne the fleet by Miles Cowsill, John Hendry & Lawrence Macduff. Booklet, this second edition is from 1999. 40 pages which includes photographs. £5
  1. Ferries of Scotland. An illustrated picture book of past and present ‘Ferries of Scotland’. Booklet, originally printed in November 1992, this Second Edition is from October 1993. 64 Pages. £6
  • Caledonian MacBrayne. Ships of the Fleet by Ian McCrorie. New Edition. With Illustrations by J. Aikman Smith. Booklet, originally printed in 1977, this edition is from 1980. 32 Pages. £5
  • Song of the Clyde. A History of Clyde Shipbuilding by Fred M. Walker. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. Twenty Two Chapters, Four Appendixes. 233Pages. Ex Library. £8
  • The Island Whisky Trail. An Illustrated Guide to The Hebridean Distilleries by Neil Wilson. Contents include; Argyll, Islay, Jura, Mull, Skye, The making of malt Whisky, The Lost Distilleries of Islay, Early 19th Century Illicit Distilleries in Kintyre, The Classic Malts Cruise, Bibliography, etc. P.B. Published in 2003. 150 Pages. £8
  • Scottish Verse from The Book of the Dean of Lismore. Edited by William J. Watson. P.B. Published in 1937. 1st 155 Pages. £12
  • The Scottish Gallery -Aitken Dott. The First 150 Years. 1842—1992. Booklet, Printed in 1992. It gives a detailed history of the gallery, has interviews with staff, artists and others and includes some of the paintings that have been on display over the years. £6
  1. The West Coast In History and Legend by Bill Lawson. P.B. Published in 2008. Contents: Ness, Shorelands, Carloway, Uig, Epilogue, References, Maps, Index of Places, Index of Persons, Index of Main Topics. 274 Pages. £8
  • Strange Things. The Story of Fr Allan Macdonald, Ada Goodrich Freer, and the Society for Physical Research’s Enquiry Into Highland Second Sight by John L. Campbell and Trevor Hall. The book is in four parts: Part I The S.P.R. Enquiry into Second Sight in the Scottish Highlands. Part II. The strange story of Ada Goodrich Freer. Part III Ada Goodrich Freer and Fr Allan Macdonald’s Folklore Collection. Part IV. ‘Strange Things’. P.B. Originally Printed in 1968, this reprint is from 2006. 350 Pages. £10
  • The Guga Hunters by Donald S. Murray. Every year, ten men from Ness, the district on the northern tip of the Isle of Lewis, sail north east to a remote and inhospitable rock called Sulasgeir. Here they catch the Guga -the almost fully grown gannet chicks that nest in the 200 foot high cliffs of the tiny island. H.B. With D/J Published in 2008. Eight Chapters, also includes a full list of the crews from Ness that have gone to the island each year. 259 Pages. £8
  • John Maclean by Nan Milton. The story of the man who pioneered Marxism in Scotland, was a major architect of the Red Clyde and leader of the anti war struggles during the first world war. The author John Maclean’s daughter traces his life from 1903 to 1923 when he died at the early age of 44. P.B. Published in 1973. 66 Chapters. 318 Pages. £8
  • The Chapels in the Western Isles by Finlay Macleod. This facilitative book brings together for the first time in one volume, information on all the Medieval chapels in the Western Isles from the Butt of Lewis to Barra Head. P.B. Published in 1997. Eight Chapters. 96 Pages. £6
  • The Citz. 21 Years of the Glasgow Citizens Theatre by Michael Conveney. H.B. With D/J Published in 1990. Ten Chapters, Production List, Select Bibliography. 308 Pages. £6
  • The Modern Gaelic -English Dictionary. Am Faclair Ur Gaidhlig-Beurla ny Robert C. Owen. P.B. Published in 1996, this reprint is from 2001. 139 Pages. £6
  • Diary 1851. John Munro Mackenzie Chamberlain of the Lews. The diary is published exactly as it was written, and will be a revelation of the recent history of the island and an evocative resonance to the events that helped to shape its present. P.B. Published in 1994. 167 Pages. £8
  • Knock Free Church of Scotland by Rev Kenneth Smith. A detailed history of the congregation from its inception and covers key periods in its history. Also, gives a list of office bearers and Ministers. Booklet, printed in 1998. 62 Pages. £8
  • Echoes of Old Clyde Paddle -Wheels by Andrew Macqueen. With 31 Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1924. Twenty One Chapters. 196 Pages. £20
  • A Journey from Lewis to the New World by Jim Wilkie. This first book is the first in depth study of emigration from the Isle of Lewis to Canada and North America -a history spanning 150 years. The book is in Three Parts: The first is a resume of emigration in Lewis history. Part II chronicles the events immediately before, during and after the Metegama emigration, Part III is a series of interviews with surving emigrants. H.B. With D/J Published in 1987. 208 Pages. £8
  • Stromness Conservation Area Townscape Study. Department of Planning Orkney Islands Council. Contents: Foreword, Townscape Study with illustrative sketches, Conclusion. A4 Size Publication, printed in 1986. 23 Pages. £8
  • Scottish Marxist John Maclean. Articles by; Alex Murray, Peter Kerrigan, Nan Milton, selected writings, reminiscences. Scottish Politics; a review by Bill Cowe. Honor Arundell; a tribute by Jack Ashton. November 1973. No 5. Booklet, 52 Pages. £6
  • The Western Isles. A tourist brochure printed possibly late 1960’s early 1970’s. Articles on the way of life, tourist attractions in the different areas of Lewis, Harris, Uist and Barra. Also contains adverts from the local businesses of the time. Also has many photographs. 92 Pages. £8
  • Gramar Na Gaidhlig by Michel Byrne. P.B. Published in 2002, this edition is from 2004. Contents: Glossary, Common Sounds in Gaelic, Nouns and Articles, Adjectives and Adverbs, Pronouns, Prepositions, The Verb Is, The Verb. 141 Pages. £8
  • The Wynd Cookery Book. Wynd United Free Church of Scotland. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. Third Edition. Contents Include; Conversion Tables, Terms Used in Cookery, Soups, Fish, Meat & Savoury Dishes, Starters, Puddings & Desserts, Scones, Buns & Loafs, Cakes, Floral Art, etc, etc. 68 Pages. £8
  1. Moll is Cruithneachd. Bardachd a Phuilein. Aonghas Caimbeul e Nis, Leodhas. H.B. le D/J Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1972. 29 piosan bardachd uile gu leir. 96 Duilleag. £8
  2. A Liquid Measure of Highland History by Martin Whittett. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LIV. Booklet, printed in 1987. 98 Pages. £8
  3. Chi Mi. The Gaelic Poetry of Donald John Macdonald. Edited by Bill Innes. With Introduction, Notes and Parallel Translation. P.B. Published in 1998. 369 Pages. £8
  4. Grantshouse by Jim Crosbie. This book delves into the history of Grantshouse village and dips into the history of the surrounding district. P.B. Published in 1999. 24 Chapters and many photographs. 247 Pages. £8
  5. The Strath. The Biography of Strathpeffer by Clarence Finlayson. Scotland’s Famous Spa and District. Booklet, Printed in 1979. Five Chapters and Bibliography. 96 Pages. £8
  6. A Hundred Years in the Highlands by Osgood Mackenzie. H.B. With D/J This edition is from 1965. Twenty One Chapters. 221 Pages. £10 Slight tear to the back of the D/J.
  7. Island Heroes -The Military History of the Hebrides. The proceedings of a three day conference held in Shawbost, Isle of Lewis, 11-13 August 2008. Twelve Chapters by different authors. Contributors: Frank Thompson, Andrew Mackilliop,Nicholas Maclean -Bristol, Captain Roderick Mackinnon,M.N. beaton, Donald John Macleod, Malcolm Macdonald, Mike Hughes, John Davenport, Ken Watson, Sheriff Colin Scott Mackenzie, Erling Isholm. P.B. Published in 2010. 205 Pages. £8
  8. The Hydro Boys. Pioneers of Renewable Energy by Emma Wood. P.B Originally Published in 2002, this revised reprint is from 2005.Nine Chapters, Chronology, Bibliography. 205 Pages. £6
  9. A Heart for Africa. The story of Jean Nicolson -Missionary in Zimbabwe by Dolina MacCuish. H.B. Published in 2008. 16 Chapters. 229 Pages. £6
  10. A Just God and Saviour (and other sermons and addresses) by R.A. Finlayson. P.B. Published in 2002. Professor RA Finlayson 1895-1989. 355 Pages. £6
  11. Highland Days . Early Camps and Climbs in Scotland by Tom Weir. With Thirty One Photographs by the Author. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. Twenty Chapters, Epilogue, Thirty Six Years On. 147 Pages. £6
  12. Barra by Helen MacGregor & John Cooper. P.B. Published in 1984. Text and Photographs from the Isle of Barra which gives background and history. 116 Pages. The bottom of the early pages show signs of old dampness, but it doesn’t affect the condition of the book. £6
  13. Hebridean Decade. Mull, Coll and Tiree 1761-1771 by Nicholas Maclean Bristol. Booklet, Printed in 1982. 36 Pages. £8
  14. The Campbell Collection of Gaelic Proverbs and Proverbial Sayings. Edited by Donald E. Meek. Collected by The Rev. Duncan M. Campbell. Contents: Abbreviations and Works Referred to, The Collector, Campbell and contemporary Gaelic folklore collecting, Campbell’s collection and its relationship to other collections, Gaelic proverbs and the significance of this collection, Editorial Policy, Proverbs, Appendices, Glossary, Indexes. P.B. Published 1978. 207 Pages. Includes newspaper cuttings of the book reviews which appeared in the local media. £10
  15. The Parallel Roads of Glen Roy by Kenneth Macdonald. Town Clerk, Inverness. Reprinted from Field club Transactions for 1903. Booklet, Printed in 1909. 26 Pages. £10
  16. On Telling the Culloden Story by Iain Cameron Taylor. A paper read by Lieut -Col I.B. Cameron Taylor. Historian and Information Secretary The National Trust for Scotland on 20th November 1964. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume XLV. Booklet, 22 Pages. £8
  17. Scouting Around Inverness, 1907 -2007. With 100 photographs from the first 100 years of Scouting in Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Grantown -on-Spey by Robert Preece. P.B. Published in 2011. Twelve Chapters. 152 Pages. £8
  18. No More Sea -Angus Finlayson Sermons and addresses of the Rev Angus Finlayson, North Tolsta, Isle of Lewis. Booklet, printed in 1975 and includes a Biographical introduction. Eleven Sermons and one Gaelic Spiritual Song.  71 Pages. £6
  19. Gleanings of Highland Harvest by Rev Murdoch Campbell. H.B. Originally printed in 1953, this fourth edition is from November 1969. Twelve Chapters which tells about God’s work and some of his witness in Highland communities. 105 Pages. £6
  20. The Happy Man. The Abiding Witness of Lachlan Mackenzie. A selection of sermons, lectures and miscellanea. H.B. Published in 1979. 249 Pages. £6
  21. The Thistle Boats. (The Albyn Line Story) by D.C.E Burrell. Booklet, Printed in 1987. Eight Chapters, appendixes which includes a list of directors, fleet list, annual accounts, voyages and cargoes, index of ships names. Includes Photographs. 72 Pages. £8
  22. Standing on the Rock. A History of Stirling Baptist Church by Brian R Talbot. P.B. Published in 2005. Nine Chapters. 183 Pages and Signed by the Author. £8
  23. The Evangelical Movement in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 1688-1800 by John Macinnes. H.B. With D/J Published in 1951. 1st Eight Chapters. 299 Pages. Includes a newspaper cutting with a review of the book. £20
  24. They Came From Caithness. A Gallery of Northern Notables being Pen Portraits of Famous Caithnessians by D.P. Thomson. The Far North West by D.P. Thomson and It Happened in Kintyre. Three Books in one. Book I has Ten Chapters, Book II has Eight Chapters, Book III has Sixteen Chapters. The 3 in 1 is in hardback, a previous owner must have gone to this effort to do this. No date of Publication given. £10
  25. Pioneer Life in Zorra by Rev W.A. Mackay. With Introduction by Hon G.W. Ross. With Portraits and Illustrations. H.B. Published in 1899. Twenty Five Chapters which gives a very detailed history on the Church in Zorra and how the original settlers came from the Highlands in the North of Scotland. Includes Portraits and Illustrations. 400 Pages. £25 (Scarce)
  26. Ainmean Eun. Beurla gu Gaidhlig agus Gaidhlig gu Beurla. A Publication that seems to have been funded by The Royal Society of the Protection of Birds and the Gaelic Broadcasting Committee. A4 Size Publication. 43 Pages. Date of Printing Unknown. £8 (Scarce)
  27. From the Alleghenies to the Hebrides by Margaret Fay Shaw. An Autobiography. Born in America, the author’s life has nearly spanned a century. Orphaned in early life, she was at first brought up by an older sister and later sent to Scotland -it was at this time that her love for Scotland was born. H.B. With D/J Published in 1993. 1st Includes Photographs. 150 Pages. £8
  28. The Coming Storm Its Cause and Background by Rev Murdoch Campbell. Booklet, 49 Pages. Date of Printing Unknown. Possibly 1940’s. £6
  29. Uig 2000 A Portrait of an Island Community. A photographic record of every household and those that stayed in them in the year 2000. Includes a chapter on the history of the area and another chapter on the present day Uig in 2000. P.B. Published in 2000. 112 Pages. £8
  30. Dolly Doctor. Pictures of Bygone Island Life. Pictures from the Photographic Collection of the late Dr Donald Macdonald of Gisla. P.B. Published in 2009. 98 Pages. £8
  31. Twenty Years of Hebridean Memories by Emily Macdonald. The author who was a niece of Lord Leverhulme and came to the island of Lewis for the first time in the last months of the First World War. This book covers her memories of the years 1918-1938 and how she met her future husband Dr Donald Macdonald of Gisla. H.B. Published in 1965. Sixteen Chapters and Photographs. 156 Pages. £20
  32. Gairloch and Guide to Loch Maree by JH Dixon. Its Records, Traditions, Inhabitants and Natural History, with a             Map and Illustration. P.B. This book was originally published in 1886, this reprint is from 1974. The book is in Four Parts. Part I: Records and Traditions of Gairloch, Part II,Inhabitants of Gairloch, Part III Natural History of Gairloch, Part IV Guide to Gairloch and Loch Maree. Tables and Appendices. 435 Pages. £15
  33. Hill Birds of Scotland by Seton Gordon. H.B. Originally Published in 1915, this Reprint is from 1930. 24 Hill Birds are profiled in this book and includes Illustrations. 300 Pages. Ex Library. £10
  34. Down to the Sea. An account of life in the fishing villages of Hilton, Balintore and Shandwick. A4 Size Publication. Twenty Two Chapters. Contents include; Growth of the Communities, Fishing, Harbour and Boats, Village Life, Clothing, Food, Medicine, Customs, Folklore, Education, Recreation, The Present Day. 79 Pages and also includes Maps with the names of the different places in the villages. It is signed and dated 1977, not sure if this is the year of publication or not. £12
  35. A Hundred Years at the Boat. The History of Boat of Garten Golf Club 1898-1998. H.B. With D/J Published in 1998. A detailed history of the club, with statistics of the various office bearers and captains, and a chapter describing the 18 holes of the course. 64 Pages. £10
  36. Orain Iain Luim. Songs of John Macdonald Bard of Keppoch. Abridged Edition by Annie M Mackenzie. P.B. Published in 1964. Contents: Preface, Works Referred to in Introduction, Introduction, Index of Poems, Text, Glossary. 130 pages. £10
  37. Cawdor Castle -Its history in Text and Pictures. Booklet, date of Publication. Text by Lord Cawdor. Photographs by Gordon Calder. £5
  38. A Historic and traditional Highland Farming Community. Booklet, printed in 1988. Contents: Foreword, Introduction, The Buildings & Surroundings, The Life, Fold Out Map. 36 Pages. £6
  39. MacBraynes “The Road to the Isles” Scottish Programme for 1953. The Royal Route. Booklet, printed in 1953. The route that took passengers to Mull, Coll, Tiree, Barra and the Outer Isles. Contains Information on the places, detailed timetables, information for passengers and photographs. 24 Pages. £20 (Scarce)
  40. Airth Parish A History compiled by Iain Phillips and Alex Martin. Booklet, Seven Chapters, printed post 2007. Second Reprint. 47 Pages. £8
  41. Eachunn agus an Tarbh by Neil Macdonald. A selection of tales and poems in Gaelic and English by the author who was a native of the Isle of Harris. 36 Pages and a vocabulary with the words used in the publication. Booklet, Date of printing unknown. Signed by the Author and dated 1953. £10
  42. The Clan Mackay by M.O. Macdougall. A Celtic Resistance to Feudal Superiority. With Tartan and Chief’s Arms in Colour and a Map. Booklet, originally printed in 1953, this reprint is from 1963. 32 Pages. £5
  43. A Highland Childhood Butt and Ben by Donald Sutherland. Memories of an Argyll Boyhood. P.B. Originally Published in 1963, this reprint is from 1996. Sixteen Chapters. 246 Pages. £5
  44. Roslin Church Centenary. In Retrospect 1881-1981. A short history to celebrate the centenary of Roslin Church. Written by Madge Old, Illustrations by Andrew Combe. 40 Pages. £6
  45. Troubled Waters. Recalling the Floods of ’77. Researched and compiled by the pupils of Kirkhope Primary School, Ettrickbridge. Booklet, Printed in 1997, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the flood. Seven Chapters, a list of pupils who were involved in the production of this book, acknowledgements and sponsors. 128 Pages. £8
  46. Flower of the Forest. Selkirk: a new history. Edited by John M Gilbert. Booklet, printed in 1985. Eleven Chapters. 207 Pages. £8
  47. The Castle of Bergen and The Bishop’s Palace at Kirkwall. A study in Early Norse Architecture by W. Douglas Simpson. H.B. Published in 1961. 1st Contents: Preface, Introduction, The Castle of Bergen, The Bishops Palace at Kirkwall. 77 Pages and Illustrations. £20
  48. The Songs of John MacCodrum. Bard to Sir James Macdonald of Sleat by William Matheson. A Scottish Gaelic Texts Publication. Volume Two. H.B. Published in 1938. Thirteen Chapters. 382 Pages. £15
  49. Tron Bhogha- Froise. Sgeulachdan is Bardachd le Alasdair MacAonghais. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1999. 16 Caibideal. 104 Duilleag. £6
  50. The Angus Macleod Archive. Angus ‘Ease’ Macleod 1916-2002. An introduction to the Collection. Compiled by Michael Robson. A catalogue of the archive and material left by the late Angus ‘Ease’ Macleod which is now available in South Lochs, Isle of Lewis for reference and research. Booklet, printed in 2004. 56 Pages. £6
  51. Dalmore Tails. Animal Adventures on the Isle of Lewis by Donald John Maclennan. Illustrations by Archie B. Young. P.B. Published in 2013. Boyhood reminiscences through the eyes of the many animals that lived on the crofts of Dalmore, Isle of Lewis. 159 Pages. Signed by the Author. £8
  52. Bloodfeud in Scotland 1573-1625. Violence, Justice and Politics in an Early Modern Society by Keith M Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1986. The book is in Three Parts: Part One: A Feuding Society, Part Two: Politics and Feud, Part III: Uprooting the Feud. Two Appendices and Bibliography. 299 Pages. £8 Ex Library.
  53. Co Chruinneachadh eile de Shaothair nam Bard Uibhisteach le Uilleam MacMhathain. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness. Volume XLIX. Booklet, printed in 1977. 32 Pages. £8
  54. Lewis -A History of the Island by Donald Macdonald. The book which is regarded as the most authoritative work ever to be published on the history of the Island of Lewis. Twenty Four Chapters which cover a variety of subjects and events from prehistoric times through the Norse period, the clan feuds and the various proprietorships up until the present day, with every aspect of life carefully examined. H.B. Originally printed in 1978, this second edition is from 1983. 224 Pages. £10
  55. The Hebrides Revival and Awakening 1949-1953. A Short History by Alec Dunn. The most detailed account of the revival ever written. Gives a narrative of events year by year. Booklet, 67 Pages. Printed circa 2010. £8
  56. One Hundred Years On. Kinloch Church of Scotland Isle of Lewis. 1911-2011. A record of the history of the congregation, its ministers, office bearers, etc. Includes Photographs. Booklet, Printed in 2011. 74 Pages. £6
  57. Gairm -various editions of the Gaelic quarterly magazine which ran from 1952 -2002 available. Too many to list. £1.50 each. Discounts given for bulk orders.
  58. Inhabitants of the Inner Isles Morvern and Ardnamurchan 1716. Edited by Nicholas Maclean Bristol. H.B. Published in 1998. 173 Pages. £15
  59. Every day Life on an Old Highland Farm 1769-1782 by I.F. Grant. With a preface by W.R. Scott. H.B. Published in 1924. Eight Chapters and Two Appendices. 276 Pages. £15
  60. Aspects of the Religious History of Lewis. Up to the Disruption of 1843 by Rev Murdo Macaulay. P.B. Published in the 1980’s. 44 Chapters and Index. 227 Pages. £8
  61. The White Island by John Lister Kaye. With drawings by Diana Brown. H.B. With D/J Published in 1972. Twelve Chapters. 179 Pages. Ex Library. £8
  62. The Fair Maid’s House. (Perth) The story of a building, a trade, a city and a fair maid. Booklet,printed in 2016. Contents includes; Setting the scene, Development of the House, The House from early times to 1889, Timeline 1900 to present, Sir Walter Scott and the Fair Maid, etc. 47 Pages. £5
  63. The Ben Race -the supreme test of athletic fitness by Hugh Dan Maclennan. The centenary history of the Ben Race which was first run in 1895, through the highs and lows. P.B. published in 1994. Eight Chapters, Appendices which include Historical Highlights, winning times, The Golden era, 1994 Main Results and Bibliography and includes many illustrations. 218 Pages. £10
  64. Croft History Isle of St Kilda by Bill Lawson. A4 Size Publication with ring binding. Printed in 1993. A record of all the families on the different crofts on the island. 34 Pages. £10
  65. Croft History Isle of Lewis Volume 2. Pabail Uarach (Upper Bayble), Pabail Iarach (Lower Bayble) and Cnoc na h-Iolaire (Eagleton) A4 publication printed in 1992. 168 Pages and Photographs. £12
  66. Flora A Biography by Elizabeth Gray Vining. The story of the Highland Lass who helped Bonnie Prince Charlie to escape when he was being hunted through the Highlands and Islands. H.B. Published in 1966. Eighteen Chapters, Preface, A Key to the Macdonalds and Macleods. 208 Pages. £15 (Scarce)
  67. A School in South Uist. Reminiscences of a Hebridean Schoolmaster, 1890-1913 by F.G. Rea. Edited and Introduction by John Lorne Campbell. H.B. Published in 1964. Contents: Foreword by Kate Macphee, Introduction by J.L. Campbell, Preface by F.G. Rea, A School in South Uist, Index. 214 Pages. £15
  68. The Sidlaws Tales, Traditions and Ballads by Maurice Fleming. Illustrated by Alyson MacNeill. P.B. Published in 2000. 170 Pages. £6
  69. The Lewis Land Struggle. Na Gaisgich by Joni Buchanan. Contents: Foreword by Angus Macleod, Introduction -Notes and References, Bernera, The Park Deer Raid, Aiginish 1888, Coll and Gress, The Wider Struggle, Selected Songs and Poems. P.B. Published in 1996, this first reprint is from 1998. 209 Pages. £8
  70. The Companion to Gaelic Scotland. Edited by Derick S. Thomson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1983. 1st Contents: Preface, Acknowledgements, List of Contributors, Guide to Contents by Subject, Companion to Gaelic Scotland, Chronology, Bibliography, Index. 363 Pages. £10
  71. Chum Fios Bhi Aig An Al Ri Teachd. Back Free Church 1891-1991 by Neil Murray. A history of the Church in Back, Isle of Lewis. Booklet, printed in 1993. 72 Pages. £6
  72. Midges in Scotland by George Hendry. Cartoons by Bax. P.B. Published in 1989, this reprint is from 1990. All you need to know about Midgies. 83 Pages. £6
  73. Go Listen to the Crofters by A.D. Cameron. The Napier Commission and Crofting a Century Ago. This book covers the crofting struggles of the 1800’s in Barra and the Uists, Lewis and harris, Sutherland and Wester Ross, Inverness Shire and Argyll. P.B. Published in 1986. 132 Pages. £8
  74. The Building of the Bridge at Clachan Seil. A Brief History to celebrate the bicentenary of this pleasing structure. Booklet, printed in 1992. 13 Pages. £5
  75. Gleann na h-irioslachd. Dain Spioradail le Seonaid Nic Mhathain Eilean a cheo. Spiritual Hymns by Mrs Jessie Matheson. 11 Gaelic Spiritual Hymns. Booklet, date of Printing Unknown. 30 Pages. £10 (Scarce)
  76. God’s Unsettled Controversy by Rev Murdoch Campbell. Booklet, Date of Printing Unknown. 56 ages. £6
  77. The Life of Donald Munro. The Blind Fiddler who became Skye’s most famous evangelist. In Gaelic. Pamphlet, printed by Clarion of Skye. A reprint of the original. 12 Pages. £10 (Scarce)
  78. Storytelling Scotland. A Nation in Narrative by Donald Smith. Contents include; Folklore, Myth, Legend, History Makers, Gaelic and Highland Traditions, Lowland Traditions, etc. P.B. Published in 2001. 198 Pages. Ex Library. £5
  79. Centre of Excellence. The Jim Renwick Story. Jim Renwick with David Barnes. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006. 37 Chapters. 258 Pages. £6
  80. Island on the Edge. Life on Soay by Anne Cholawo. P.B. Published in 2016. This book tells of the author’s move from a hectic urban lifestyle in London to one of rural isolation and self sufficiency. 26 Chapters and many photographs. 251 Pages. £8
  81. The Reformers and the Theology of the Reformation by William Cunningham. H.B. With D/J Published in 1967. Eleven Chapters. 616 Pages. £8
  82. Iain Macleod. A Biography by Robert Shepherd. The first full biography of one of the most famous Conservative politicians of his day. Appointed Chancellor in the Edward Heath Government after the 1970 General Election he passed away suddenly a month into his new role. Family connections with Borve and Kershader, Isle of Lewis. His family at one time owned the Scaliscro Estate on Lewis. His widow became Baroness Macleod of Borve. H.B. Published in 1994. 22 Chapters, Notes, Select Bibliography and Index. 608 Pages. £10
  83. The Church of Scotland Past and Present. Its History, Its Relation to the Law and State, Its Doctrine, Ritual, Discipline and Patrimony. Edited by Robert Herbert Story. Part I The Church In Its Relation to the Law and the State by Andrew MacGeorge. Part II The Doctrine of the Church of Scotland by Rev Adam Milroy. Includes Plates of the following; Rev Robert Lee, Rev Norman Macleod, Rev M.W. Phim, Rev John Tulloch. H.B. Date of printing unknown. Includes a newspaper article from the Scotsman from November 1893. 302 Pages. £45
  84. An Neamhnaid Luachmhor le Eachann MacFhionghain. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1990. 98 laoidh uile gu leir. Tha beagan mu bheatha an ughdair as a leabhar cuideachd agus deilbh. 246 Duilleag. £8
  85. A Stornoway Life from Scotland Street to South Africa by Pat Macfarlane. A treasure trove of personalities and of every day events from the author’s reminiscences spanning 90 years. Contents: Foreword by Sandy Matheson, Introduction by Frances Murray, Where it all Began, Games and Ploys of the 20’s and 30’s, People and Personalities, The War, Back to Stornoway. P.B. Published in 2015. 126 Pages which includes photographs. £6
  86. Highland Country Diaries by Ray Collier. Illustrated by Iain Serjeant. Contents: Location Map, Acknowledgements, Map, Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn. P.B. Published in 1997. 160 Pages. £6
  87. Camera Recalls of Long Ago. Compiled by Jean Gough with a foreword by Lady CG Troughton. P.B. Printed in 1988. The photographs in this book date mostly from the late 19th Century and early 20th 86 Pages. Ex Library. £6
  88. Edwardian Glasgow Tenement Suburb by Ann Laird. P.B. Published in 1997. A fully illustrated local history of Hyndland, with its well known elegant Edwardian tenements situated in Glasgow’s outstanding West End. 80 Pages. £8
  89. Centenary of Castle Street Church of Scotland Dingwall. Booklet, printed in circa 2007. A detailed history of the congregation with a profile and photograph of each of the Ministers which have served the congregation since its inception. Includes many photographs. 28 Pages. £6
  90. Blue Thunder. The Jock Wallace Story by Jeff Holmes. H.B. With D/J Published in 2014. Thirty Chapters and photographs. 256 Pages. £5
  91. Heathfield Hospital Ayr A Retrospective 1904-1991. Booklet, printed in 1991. Contents: Foreword, Plan of Original Hospital, Early Days, The NHS Arrives, Patient Services, Nursing, Occupational Health Support Services, Administration and Management, Support From the Community, Acknowledgements, Appendix. Includes Photographs. £6
  92. Sea Room An Island Life by Adam Nicolson. This book describes the Shiants (An Unhabited Island off the Isle of Lewis) Which his family have owned since the 1930’s, as a microcosm of richness, their long and at times painful history combined with a natural world at its most potent. H.B. With D/J Published in the 2000’s. Sixteen Chapters. Which includes many photographs taken by the author himself. 391 Pages. £6
  93. An Naidheachd Bhon Taigh le Tormod Caimbeul. Taghadh de sgeulachdan goirid agus bardachd bho fear de shar sgriobhadairean na gaidhlig. P.B. air fhoillseachadh ann an 1994. 138 Duilleag. £6
  94. Tiomhnadh Nuadh ar Tighearna agus Ar Slanuighir Iosa Criosd air atharraing o’n Ghreigis Chum Gaidhlig Albannach. The New Testament and Psalms which are in Gaelic and English. H.B Which was printed in 1937 to commemorate the King’s Coronation. GVIR Coronation 1937 is stamped on the front cover along with the Royal Crown. 240 Pages. £20 (Scarce)
  95. 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. Contents: Acknowledgements, Introduction, Short Biography, The Artists, 1831 Expedition, Preface, The Journal, 1833 Expedition, Extracts, Notes on the 1831 and 1833 Expedition, Links with the Natural History Society, Bibliography, Index. 190 Pages. Signed by the Author. £12
  96. Polly The True Story Behind Whisky Galore by Roger Hutchinson. Foreword by Derek Cooper. P.B. Printed in 1990, this reprint is from2004. Eight Chapters, Postscript, Bibliography, Index. 155 Pages. £5
  97. Birds In Islay by C. Gordon Booth. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1975, this reprint is from 1981. 64 Pages. £6
  98. The Story of Errol Station by John Beech. Booklet, Sixteen Chapters. Printed in 1993. 53 Pages. £6
  99. A History of Saint Johns Kirk Perth by W. Douglas Simpson. H.B. Published in 1958. 1st 42 Pages. £10
  100. The Hebrides at War by Mike Hughes. From 1939 to 1945, places such as Oban, Tobermory, Tiree, Benbecula and Stornoway were important strategic bases and training centres for both the RAF and Royal Navy. A fascinating record of the events, tragedies, landscapes and people of the war years in the west of Scotland. P.B. Published in 1998. Nine Chapters and Appendices. With many photographs. 120 Pages. £8
  101. An T-Eilean. Taking a line for a Walk through the Island of Skye. Text by Angus Peter Campbell. Photographs by Cailean Maclean. P.B. Published in 2012. A diary of a walking trip through the Isle of Skye and focuses on people and places of interest. The text is in Gaelic. 103 Pages. £10
  102. Songs of the Spirit. The Place of Psalms in the Worship of God. Edited by Kenneth Stewart. P.B. Published in 2014. Nine Chapters and an Appendix. 212 Pages. £5
  103. To Move With The Times. The Story of Transport and Travel in Scotland by Anne Gordon. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. Nineteen Chapters, Notes, Bibliography. Includes many illustrations. 248 Pages. £6
  104. Royal Aberdeen Golf Club. Official Handbook. A booklet which contains some of the eventful history and the development of one of the oldest golfing grounds in Scotland. Booklet with a bit of history, photographs and contains some of the records of the club. Printed in the 1960’s. 40 Pages. £15
  105. Renaissance of the Clan Maclean. Comprising also a History of Dubhaird Caisteal and the Great Gathering on August 24, 1912. Together with an Appendix Containing Letters of Gen’l Allan Maclean Narrative of an American Party A Maclean Bibliography. By J. P. Maclean. H.B. Published in 1913. Contents: Renaissance of the Clan, Dubhaird Caisteal, Gathering of the Clan, General Allan MacLean, Registered Coats of Arms, Personal Narrative, Maclean Bibliography, List of Subscribers. 208 Pages. £25
  106. The Freemen of Inverness. A History of the Burgesses and Freemen of the Royal and Ancient Burgh of Inverness from 1800-1975. Compiled and Written by Ex Provost W.J. Mackay. H.B. Published in 1975. A list of all the Freemen and also details of some of the ceremonies of those who received the honour. 211 Pages. £20
  107. The Western Isles: Their History, Traditions, and Place Names by W.C. Mackenzie. H.B. Published in 1932. 1st Contents: Historical Sketch of the Western Isles, The Norse Period, The Celtic Period, The Modern Period, Traditions of the Western Isles, The Macaulay’s, The Macleod’s, Stories relating to the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, A group of Stories Humorous and Otherwise, Ossianic Tales, Place Names of the Western Isles, Indexes. Also included is a newspaper cutting with the author’s death notice which appeared in the Scotsman in 1952 and a couple of other newspaper cuttings; the Island of Lewis and its Pagan puzzle and Duncan Ban Macintyre. 351 Pages. Includes 11 Illustrations. £35
  108. Highland Whisky. Pamphlet produced by An Comunn Gaidhealach. No 12 of a series. Text by Iain Cameron Taylor. Illustrations by Jim Nicholson. 11 Pages. Printed in 1968. £5
  109. The Isle of Rum. A Short History by John A. Love. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1983, this second edition is from 1988. 15 Pages. £6
  110. The Highland Clearances. Pamphlet produced by An Comunn Ghaidhealach. No 25 of a series. Text by I.R. Mackay. Illustrations by M.E. Pullar Thompson. Printed in 1971. 8 Pages. £5
  111. Kyleakin Lighthouse Island. A short history. Gavin Maxwell’s Island Home. By C.S. Knighton. Booklet, printed in 1982. 12 Pages. £5
  112. Speed Bonny Boat. The Story of Caledonian MacBrayne Ltd. Under Scottish Transport Group, 1969-1990 by John Whittle. Booklet, printed in 1990. 49 Pages. £6
  113. Highland Birds. A map. Many species found in the area mapped and illustrated in full colour with notes on how and where to observe them. By George Philip in association with the Highlands and Islands Development Board. £8
  114. Bardachd Mhurchaidh a Cheisdeir. Laoidhean agus Orain. Songs and Hymns by Murdo Macleod (The Lewis Bard) H.B. With D/J Published in 1965. Second Edition. Thirty Songs and Hymns in Total. Also gives biographical detail on the bard and his family. 73 Pages. £8
  115. Bilingual Primary Education in the Western Isles Scotland. By John Murray and Catherine Morrison. Report of the Bilingual Education Project 1975-81. Contents: Introduction, First Phase 1975-78, Second Phase 1978-81, References, Appendices: Project Team and Consultative Committee Members, Published and unpublished materials prepared and or edited by the Bilingual Education Project 1975-81, Project Schools 1975-81. P.B. Published in 1984. 173 Pages. £8
  116. An Stor Data Briathrachais Gaidhlig. The Gaelic Terminology Database. Leabhar I. P.B. Published in 1993. Contains over 30,000 English headwords, with over 93.000 Gaelic equivalents. 631 Pages. £8
  117. Taingealachd agus Dochas. Searmoin leis An t-Urramach Tormod MacSuain. 1920-2008. Cunntas mu a bheatha agus Seachd Searmon. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2012. 68 Duilleag. £6
  118. Facal air an Fhacal. Air fhoillseachadh leis a’ Chomunn Leabhraichean. Published by the Gaelic Books Council. Leabharann a tha ag innse naidheachdan as urra ann a foillseachadh Gaidhlig, dealbhan, beachdan agus comhradh le Domhnall Iain Dhonnchaidh agus artigealan eile. A Chiad Iris An t-Earrach 1982. 32 Duilleag. £6
  119. An Aghaidh Coimheadch le Iain Moireach. 12 sgeulachdan goirid. H.B/ Le D/J. Chaidh fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. 122 Duilleag. £6
  120. Gaelic Songs by William Ross. Collected by John Mackenzie Inver -Ewe. New Edition Revised. With metrical translation, memoir Glossary and Notes. H.B. Published in 1937. 30 Gaelic Songs with English Translations. 252 Pages. £15
  121. Stornoway Vignettes by Frank Thompson. A series of articles and photographs of historical places in the town of Stornoway. P.B. Published in 2004. 52 Pages. £8
  122. The Lewis Pipe Band. A Short History by John Maclean Secretary 1948-1984. A history of the band from its inception in 1904 until 1989. Booklet, printed in 1989. 48 Pages. £6
  123. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Ninety Sixth Session 1875-76. Vol XI -Part II. Contents Include; Notes on History and Earlier Establishments at Iona, Monuments at the Church in Corstorphine, Pagan Customs in Christian Burial, An Original Letter to the Laird of Wishaw, Notes on a spade found in Cruden, Aberdeenshire, James VI, Lady Grange in St Kilda, etc, etc. Includes Illustrations. P.B. Published in 1876. 624 Pages. £30
  124. A Curlew in the Foreground. An RSPB warden’s summer on North Uist. The story of the author’s time as a warden in North Uist in the mid 1970’s. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. Includes many photographs. 227 Pages. £8
  125. Royal Scots in the Gulf. 1st Battalion The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) on operation Grandby 1990-1991 by Laurie Milner. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994. Six Chapters, Appendices and Photographs. 185 Pages. £8
  126. A Shilling for your Scowl. The history of the Scottish legal Mafia by James Shaw Grant. The story of Donald Munro who was Factor, or Chamberlain of the Island of Lewis in the middle years of last century, and was the most hated man in the island’s history. P.B. Published in 1992. Nineteen Chapters. 212 Pages. £8
  127. Islands by John Fowles. Photographs by Fay Goodwin. Words and Photographs about the Scillies. H.B. With D/J Published in 1978. 108 Pages. £12
  128. St Kildan Heritage by Calum Ferguson. Traditional Songs, popular stories, superstitions, pastimes and climbing feats give an impression of a people who, in spite of the harsh environment in which they lived, learned to overcome their frequent set backs. This book also includes an account of different forms of religion, the evolution of the island society and of historical events which led to the demise of St Kilda as a viable community. P.B. Published in 2006. The book is in three parts: The Isolation Isle (before 1730), Olden Times 1730-1852, Towards the Cliff Edge 1852 Onwards. 256 Pages. £10
  129. Birds of North Rona and Sulasgeir. A Nature Conservancy Council Publication. A4 Size Publication. Ten Chapters and References. Published in 1989. 48 Pages. £10 (Scarce)
  130. Songs and Poems in The Gaelic Language. By Rob Donn. Enlarged Edition. Containing Several Poems Never Before Published, with English Notes and a new Memoir of the Poet by Hew Morrison. H.B. Published in 1899. 220 Songs and Poems in Total and Includes a Glossary. 436 Pages. £15
  131. Tales and Legends of Lochbroom by Roderick Mackenzie. Booklet, Originally Printed in 1903. Reprinted in 1988, this second reprint is from 2015. 52 Tales and Legends. 42 Pages. £5
  132. 100 Years of Lodge Seaforth No 854. By Brother WR Mcghee PM. A detailed history of Lodge Seaforth, Fortrose, Ross Shire from its inception until 1996. Contents include; Installation, Properties, Social Events, a full list of office bearers and eminent members. Also, includes a list of all the members of the Lodge from 1897 -1996. P.B. Published in 1997. 270 Pages. £10
  133. The Unknown Cathedral. Lesser known aspects of St Magnus Cathedral in Orkney. Edited by Steve Callaghan and Bryce Wilson. P.B. Published in 2001. Five Chapters. 87 Pages. £8
  134. A Bibliography of the Works of Neil M. Gunn by CJL Stokoe. Contents: Books and Short Stories, Plays, Dramatisations and Film Scripts, Verse, Articles in Newspapers and Periodicals, Broadcast Material, Miscellaneous, Index. P.B. Published in 1987. 245 Pages. £8
  135. Bardachd Leodhais. Air a Dheasachadh le Iain N. Macleoid. Leabhar a chaidh fhoillseachadh an toiseach ann an 1916. Chaidh am fear seo fhoillseachadh ann an 1998. Tha obair 11 Bard ann uile gu leir, beagan mu seann eachdraidh Leodhais agus Orain Taghte agus Bardachd Spioradail. 321 Duilleag. £8
  136. Historical and Traditionary Gleanings Concerning Perthshire by Robert Scott Fittis. H.B. Published in 1876, fully rebound. Twenty Five Chapters in Total. 521 Pages. £45
  137. Morning Tide by Neil M Gunn. H.B. With D/J Published in 1956. Tenth Impression. Originally Published in 1931. 287 Pages. £6
  138. Oiteagan a Tir Nan Og. Orain agsu Dain le Ruairidh Macaoidh Loch Nam Madadh. Breezes from Tir Nan Og. Songs and Poems by Roderick Mackay Illeray,Lochmaddy. H.B. Published in 1938. 1st 63 Dain uile gu leir. Front and Back Boards a bit faded and slight tear at bottom of spine. Contents of the book are fine. 109 Pages. £15
  139. Bardachd Dhomhnaill Alasdair. Domhnall Alasdair Domhnallach, a Garrabost, Eilean Leodhais. Facal toisich le Joan Dhomhnallach nighean a Bhaird. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1999. 70 piosan bardachd uile gu leir. 126 Duilleag. £6
  140. Leslie’s Directory of Perth & Perthshire 1911-1912. A detailed book with lists of streets, lanes, council information, property owners, etc. 503 Pages. £10
  141. Town Jail Craft Centre. A Brief History. Town Jail Craft Centre, Cathedral Square -Dornoch, Sutherland, Scotland. Booklet, a reprint from 1981. £5
  142. Sketches of the Olden Times in Perthshire by Robert Scott Fittis. H.B. Published in 1878. Twenty One Chapters, Illustrations and Appendix. 550 Pages. £30
  143. Steering the Stone Ships. The Story of Orkney Kirks and People by Jocelyn Rendall. Drawings by Crispin Worthington. P.B. Published in 2009. Fifteen Chapters, Appendices and Illustrations. 268 Pages. £8
  144. .Story and Song from Loch Ness Side by Alexander Macdonald. A reprint with an English translation of the stories and songs and also the tunes of a number of songs. H.B. Originally printed in 1914, this reprint is from 1982. Seventeen Chapters, Conclusion, English Translation and The Music. 445 Pages. £12
  145. A Life in Forestry by John McEwan. Edited by Doris Hatvany. P.B. Published in 1998. Eleven Chapters, Foreword & Introduction. 95 Pages. £8
  146. Hugh Miller -The Cromarty Stonemason. By Charles D. Waterston. Booklet, Fourth Edition. Printed in 1979. £5
  147. Salt in the Blood. Scotland’s Fishing Communities Past and Present by James Miller. P.B. Published in 1999. Contents: The Old Communities, Sail and Storm, Lines and Hooks, Silver Darlings, From Sail to Engine, Between the Wars, Distant Waters, Changes at Sea, Cod Wars, Saving the Fish. 250 Pages. £8
  148. In the Shadow of Lochnagar. History, Music and Folklore from a corner of Royal Deeside by Ian Murray. H.B. With D/J Published in 1992. Eleven Chapters.148 Pages. £10
  149. The Summer Walkers. Travelling People and Pearl -Fishers in The Highlands of Scotland by Timothy Neat. P.B. Published in 1996. Part One: The Travelling People. Part Two: The Pearl Fishers. Part Three: Traveller Life and Culture, Appendix. 230 pages. £8
  150. Memorial Inscriptions in Old Sandwick Cemetery, Stornoway. A Stornoway Historical Society Publication. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1997. Also included is a map of the location of the Inscriptions. £10
  151. The Way We Were. Victorian and Edwardian Scotland in Colour by John Hannavy. P.B. Published in 2012. Nineteen Chapters. 146 Pages. £6
  152. Scotland’s Stone of Destiny by Nick Aitchison. H.B. With D/J Published in 2000. Seven Chapters, Bibliography, Index. 162 Pages. £6
  153. Hebridean Gurkha. Walking the Outer Isles by Neil Griffiths. The story of five Gurkhas who walked the length of the Western Isles one summer -from Ness in the North to Vatersay in the South. All for charity. P.B. Published in 2005.Seven Chapters. 191 Pages. £6
  154. Old Troon by Ian MacPherson. A selection of old photos from the town. P.B. Published in 2000. 49 Pages. £5
  155. Living the Fishing by Paul Thompson with Tony Wailey and Trevor Lummis. A book that looks at the fishing communities in Lancashire, Barra, Lewis, Shetland, Moray Firth and Aberdeen. P.B. Published in 1983. The book is in four parts: The means to a living, Capital and labour, The Economy and the Family, Community and Individuality. 398 Pages. Includes Illustrations. £6
  156. The Crofter and the Laird. Life on an Hebridean Island by John Macphee. The story of a staff writer on ‘The New Yorker’ who decided to transport himself and his family across the ocean and live for a time on the tiny Hebridean island of Colonsay -the land of his forefathers. P.B. Originally Published in 1969, this reprint is from 1998. 159 Pages. £6
  157. The Teampull at Northton and The Church at Scarista by Bill Lawson. Harris Churches in their Historical Setting. Booklet, printed in 1993. Nineteen Chapters. 44 Pages. £6
  158. Memoirs and Remains of the Rev Alexander Macleod, Rogart. (Formerly of Uig, Lewis) With brief Memoir by the Rev D. Beaton Wick. Booklet, a reprint from 1959. Contents: Brief Memoir, Diary, Four Sermons and Two Appendixes. 48 Pages. £6
  159. Gairm Leabhar II. 1953-54. Covers the issues 5,6,7,8. Rebound. £6
  160. History of the Church of Scotland to the Reformation by John A. Duke. With a preface by Professor Hugh Watt. H.B. Published in 1937. Contents: The Beginning of Christianity, The Columban Church, The Pictish Church and the Scoto Pictish Church, The Roman Church, The Foundations of the Reformed Church. Two Appendixes. 293 Pages. £15
  161. Discovery and Excavation In Scotland. Two Volumes. Volume 14, 2013 and Volume 15, 2014. The Journal of Archaeology Scotland. Volume 14 has 9 Chapters. Volume 15 has 9 Chapters. A4 Size Publications. 236 Pages in Vol 14 and 240 Pages in Vol 15. £20 for both.
  162. One of Heaven’s Jewels: Rev Archibald Cook of Daviot and the (Free) North Church, Inverness by Norman Campbell. P.B. Published in 2009. Twelve Chapters, Three Appendixes, Includes Illustrations. 278 Pages. £12
  163. The Tartan Pimpernel by Donald Caskie. P.B. Originally Published in 1957. This seventh impression is from November 1967. Twenty Chapters and Epilogue. 256 Pages. £8 (Signed by the Author Donald Caskie)
  164. Rosslyn Chapel by The Earl of Rosslyn. Booklet, Printed 1997. Contents: Rosslyn: A Short History, A Tour of Rosslyn Chapel, Cultural Heritage, The St Clairs of Rosslyn, Perspective. 56 Pages. £6
  165. Scottish Schools Studies Review. Vol I No 1. Autumn 82. Editor: J.R. Macintosh, Dollar Academy. Cover design by Janet Mackay, Dollar Academy. Contents include; Scottish Schools Studies Conference 1982, Seeing Ourselves as Others see us, What has gone Wrong with Scottish Industry, 17th Century Lowland Estate, and other articles. 76 Pages. A5 Size Publication. £5
  166. The Western Isles A Postcard Tour. 2. Harris and Lewis by Bob Charnley. P.B. Published in 1993. Contents: A Lancastrian Abroad, The Picture Postcard, The Island of Harris, The Island of Lewis: The Town of Stornoway, Around the Streets of Stornoway, The Fishing Industry, Around the Town, On The Road to Ness. 120 Pages. £6
  167. Sketches of Perthshire by the Rev P. Graham. The Second Edition. H.B. Published in 1812. Twenty Seven Chapters. 278 Pages. £45
  168. Place Names of Scarp by John Maclennan. Edited by Calum J. Mackay. P.B. Published in 2000. Twelve Chapters. 47 Pages. £6
  169. St Kilda Mail No 30. April 2006. Articles include Portrait of a St Kildan Norman John Gillies, St Kilda Song, Rock Fell, The People and the Place, and a number of other articles. 56 Pages. £5
  170. St Kilda Commemorating the Excavation of 1930. A National Trust for Scotland Postcard dated 27th August 1980. £6
  171. Fonn’s Duthchas. Land and Legacy. Gaidhealtachd Alba: Tir Fo Dheasbad. The Scottish Highlands a Contested Country. The book is in two parts: Part One: The Scottish Highlands A Contested Country. Part Two: Fonn’s Duthchas Land and Legacy. P.B. Published in 2006. 121 Pages. £6
  172. Dirleton Castle East Lothian. Official Guide. By J.S. Richardson, Inspector of Ancient Monuments for Scotland. Booklet, printed in 1934. 23 pages. Includes a map of the castle. £6
  173. Wheels Around Fort William and Lochaber by Robert Grieves. Booklet, 48 Pages. Printed in 2003. £5
  174. Casan Searraich. (Sunbeams in Memory) Memories of the Life and Times of Calum MacFhearghuis. B. Published in 2014. Contents: The World of my Childhood, School & Education, The Second World War, Out of the Slough, Life in the Lowlands, BBC (Edinburgh), Higher Education (1971-1989), Old Age and Retirement. 439 Pages. The book is in Gaelic and English. £8
  175. School of the Moon. The Highland Cattle Raiding Tradition by Stuart McHardy. P.B. Published in 2004. 53 Chapters. 280 Pages. £8
  176. Harald First of the Vikings by Captain Charles Young. With Sixteen Full Page Illustrations by Gertrude Demain Hammond. H.B. Published in 1911. Twenty Four Chapters. 244 Pages. £15
  177. The Church in Uig (Lewis) up to the Union of 1929 by John Macleod. A very comprehensive history of the Church in Uig from 1778-until the mid 1990’s. A4 Size Publication printed in 2001. Twenty Six Chapters and Appendices. £10
  178. Free Church Ministers in Lewis (Presbytery) 1843-1993. By Rev. Murdo Macaulay. A4 Size Publication. Printed 1994. The publication gives biographical detail and a photo of every Minister that has served in every congregation in Lewis. 65 Pages. £10
  179. Bardachd Scalpaigh. Deasaichte le Morag Nicleoid. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 2014. Tha obair 32 Bhaird le ceangal do Scalpaigh as a leabhar seo.Tha CD an cois an leabhar cuideachd. 197 Duilleag. £8
  180. Scottish Disasters by Donald M Fraser. The Tay Bridge Collapse of 1879, the Gretna train crash of 1915, the Piper Alpha fire of 1988 and many more disasters that entered mythology are covered in this book. P.B. Published in 1996. 14 Chapters in total. 107 Pages. £6
  181. Siol agus Aran le Seoras TM Collins. 31 Searmonan uile gu leir. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1993. 161 Duilleag. £5
  182. Hiort -Far na laigh a Ghrian le Calum MacFhearghuis. Cunntas gaidhlig air doigh beatha agus cleachdaidhean mionaideach dha thoirt dhuinn mun na daoine a bh’anna Hiort gus na dh’fhag iad an Eilean ann an 1930. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1995. 71 Caibideal. Dealbhan. 172 Duilleag. £8
  183. Lewis and Harris Seamen 1939-45 by John and Annie Morrison. A book about the record of those who served in the Navy and Merchant Navy During WW11. It is a record of bravery, courage and endurance. A fascinating record of those from Lewis and Harris during World War II. A4 Size Publication, date of printing mid 1990’s. 107 Pages. £10
  184. The Village Names of Lewis. A new edition of the classic work on the Island’s Old Norse place name heritage by Magne Oftedal. Booklet, printed in 2009. 56 Pages. £6
  185. The Burning Bush in Carloway. Its History and Revivals by Murdo Macaulay. Booklet printed in 1984 to commemorate the centenary of the Free Church building in Carloway. Three Chapters: Early Times, Nineteenth Century, The Twentieth Century, Appendices. 59 Pages. £6
  186. St Kilda Church, Visitors and Natives by Michael Robson. This book examines the church over the centuries, and the impact of the other outside influences such as tourists and journalists. Described as one of the most important books ever written about St Kilda. Contains many pictures of the Island which have never previously been published. The book is in eight parts and contains many illustrations. H.B. With D/J Published in 2005. 755 Pages. £35
  187. On The Crofters Trail by David Craig. In search of the Clearance Highlanders. P.B. Originally Published in 1990, this edition is from 2006. Nineteen Chapters and Notes. 359 Pages. £6
  188. Sgeulachdan a Seisiadar. Tales from Sheshader by Chris and Bill Lawson. P.B. 43 Tales in Gaelic with an English translation. 128 Pages. £6
  189. Hector Cameron of Lochs and Back. The Story of an Island Ministry by Rev Murdo Macaulay. Booklet, printed in the early 80’s. 57 Pages. £5
  190. The Gaelic Vikings by James Shaw Grant. Humour, Adventure, Mystery,Pirates, Poltergeists and Heroes from the Western Isles. P.B. Published in 1984. 52 Chapters. 172 Pages. £8
  191. Ford -A Village in the West Highlands by John B. Stephenson, with the assistance of Sheena Carmichael. A case study of Repopulation and Social Change in a Small Community. H.B. With D/J Published in 1984. Contents: Acknowledgements, List of Illustrations, Preface, Introduction, The Setting: Ford and Mid Argyll District, The Historical Setting, Ford Today: the Structure of Social Life, Ford Today: Depopulation and Repopulation, Ford Tomorrow: Survival, Continuity, and Change, Appendix. 174 Pages. £8
  192. Culaidh -Poems in Gaelic and English. by Maletta Macphail. P.B. Published in 2008. 52 Gaelic poems with an English translation. 84 Pages. £6
  193. The So Called Evictions From the Macdonald Estates in the Island of North Uist, Outer Hebrides, 1849. By Patrick Cooper, A.M. Advocate in Aberdeen. Booklet, originally printed in 1881. This reprint is from 1985. 13 Pages. £5
  194. The Story of Crofting in Scotland by Douglas Willis. P.B. Originally published in 1991, this reprint is from 1995. Thirteen chapters. 168 Pages. £6
  195. Eadar Da Shaoghal: Loch Nam Madadh 1600-1995. Between Two Worlds: Lochmaddy 1600-1995. Booklet, Printed in 1995. Text by Martin Macgregor. This booklet tells the story of Lochmaddy through historical accounts and personal memories. 53 Pages. £6
  196. Sguaban Eorna le Domhnall Iain MacDhomhnuill. Bardachd Gaidhlig is Dain. 46 Dain uile gu leir. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1973. 151 Duilleag. £6
  197. Gillies of Partick. The Life and Ministry of an Applecross Man. Biography by K.A. Gillies. Foreword by Sir David McNee.P.B. Published in 1999. Eight Chapters, Three Gaelic Sermons, Two English Sermons, Six Appendixes, Notes. 111 Pages. £6 A presentation copy signed by the editor.
  198. When God Came Down. An Account of the North Uist Revival 1957-58. Edited by John Ferguson. Foreword by Colin N. Peckham of the Faith Mission. P.B. Published in 2000. Seven Chapters. 95 Pages. £6
  199. An Guth Aoibhneach. Sgeulachdan le Pol MacAonghais. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1993. 22 Sgeulachd, agus cunntas mu bheatha le Calum Camshron. 132 Duilleag. £6
  200. Hebridean Heroines by Catherine M. Morrison. Twentieth Century Queen’s Nurses (1940’s-1970’s) This book provides a fascinating insight into the lives of women from the Western Isles of Scotland who worked as district nurses in the mid twentieth century. P.B. Published in 2017. Eleven Chapters, Bibliography, Appendices. Includes Photographs. 120 Pages. £8
  201. Harris In History and Legend by Bill Lawson. Contents: The Machair, Tarasaigh, Caol Na Hearadh, Tairbeart and na Baigh, The Forest and Scalpaigh, Hiort (St Kilda). P.B. Originally Published in 2002. This reprint is from 2011. 219 Pages. £8
  202. One Good Owner. God is in the Driving Seat by Murdo Murchison. The author’s life was turned upside down on the 30th August 2016 when he collapsed with a massive seizure. Within six hours he was holding the results of a CT scan showing a two centimetre tumour in his brain. This book brings together Murdo’s life experiences from his Highland Childhood to stories about his family and friends. P.B. Published in 2017. Twenty Seven Chapters. 141 Pages. £5
  203. Back to the Wind, front to the Sun. The Traditional Croft House by Caroline Hirst. Based on the recollections of the late Angus Macleod of Calbost. P.B. Published in 2005. Contents: The Architecture and Construction of the Crofting House, The Interior Layout and its Furnishings, The Role of the Home in the Everyday Running of the Croft, The Family and Community Life. Includes Illustrations. 195 Pages. £8
  204. The Cairngorms by Desmond Nethersole-Thompson & Adam Watson. H.B. Originally Published in 1981, this Second Enlarged Edition is from 1981. Twelve Chapters, 2 Appendixes and Black and White Illustrations. 317 Pages. £10
  205. Fraser -Not a Private Matter. A Human Story of Grace and Suffering. Fraser Tallach with John and David Tallach. P.B. Published in 2003. Part One deals with Family Background, Part Two: Fraser, Part Three: The Story Continued. Includes Illustrations.150 pages. £5
  206. Gael Force on Gallipoli by Colin Scott Mackenzie. Some experiences of the Ross Mountain Battery (and others) in the 4th Highland Mountain Brigade RGA. P.B Published in 2015. Forty Three Chapters and Illustrations. 618 Pages. Signed by the Author. £20
  207. Discovering Angus & The Mearns by I.A.N. Henderson. P.B. Published in 1990. Nine Chapters. 234 Pages. £8
  208. Iain Macaskill. A real life story. The story of the Rev Iain Macaskill from North Uist from his early days growing up in North Uist, his life and his call to the ministry. Booklet, printed in 2017. 39 Pages. £5
  209. Andy Irvine -An Autobiography.With Ian Robertson. The life story of one of the most famous rugby internationals that Scotland has ever produced. H.B. With D/J Published in 1985. Fourteen Chapters & Career Record. 212 Pages. Also, Includes many photographs. £5
  210. The Scots of New Zealand by G.L. Pearce. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. Ten Chapters and 3 Appendixes. Includes Illustrations. 240 Pages. £10
  211. Calum’s Road by Roger Hutchinson. The story of Calum Macleod from the Isle of Raasay and his devotion to a visionary project of building a road in his home island. H.B. With D/J Published in 2006, second reprint. Six Chapters, Notes, Bibliography. 196 Pages. £6
  212. Enchanted Island by James Shaw Grant. A humorous tale from an island that refused to die. A fictional tale. P.B. Published in 1989. Twenty Seven Chapters. 128 Pages. £8
  213. Iain Beag Fhionnlaigh e Bragair, Leodhais. Laoidhean spioradail. Leabharann. 19 Laoidhean uile gu leir. Chan eil fios cuin a chaidh fhoillseachadh. 35 Duilleag. £5
  214. The Scottish Episcopal Church. Booklet explaining the background to the church. Booklet, printed in 1991. 10 Pages. £5
  215. The Pageant of the Forth by Stewart Dick. With Twenty Four Illustrations in Colour by Scottish Artists. Contents: The Forth and its Shores, Dunbar, North Berwick, Edinburgh, Leith, Stirling, Dunfermline, Culross and Inverkeithing, Kirkcaldy, St. Monans, Anstruther and Cellardyke, Crail, St Andrews. H.B. Published in 1910. 1st 248 Pages. £20
  216. The Kingdom of the Isles. Scotland’s Western Seaboard, c1100-c.1336 by R. Andrew Macdonald. P.B. Originally Published in 1997, this reprint is from 2002. Contains: Celts, Norsemen and Gall-Gaedhil, The Age of Somerled, The MacSorleys, The McSorleys and the Dilemna of Divided Allegiances, From Kings to Barons, Macdougalls, Macdonalds and MacRuairis in the Wars of Independence, The Western Seaboard meets Western Christendom, The Monuments of the Western Seaboard, In Search of the Kingdom of the Isles, Appendices. 280 Pages. £10
  217. Salt in my Porridge. Confessions of a Minister’s Son by Angus MacVicar. H.B. With D/J. Originally Published in January 1971, this reprint is from February 1971. Fifteen Chapters, includes Illustrations. 192 Pages. £8 Signed by the Author.
  218. The Silent Weaver. The extraordinary Life and Work of Angus MacPhee by Roger Hutchinson. The extraordinary story of Angus MacPhee from South Uist who spent 50 years as a patient in Craig Dunain Hospital in Inverness, and who spent the majority of his time creating a huge number of objects with woven grass. A moving story and an enthralling exploration of mental health, the creative process, human fraility and ancient traditions. P.B. Published in 2011. Seven Chapters, Notes, Bibliography and Photographs. 177 Pages. £5
  219. The Western Isles Guide Book by Charles Tait. P.B. Published in 2005. A guide book which covers Lewis, Harris, The Uists and Barra, Outlying Islands and has a reference section. Includes many photographs. 144 Pages. £5
  220. The Herring Girls in Stornoway. A lifestyle gone but not forgotten. Booklet, originally published in 2004. This revised and expanded second edition was printed in 2006. Text and photographs. Eight Chapters. 32 Pages. £5
  221. Reflections on the History of Stornoway and Lewis by Sandy Matheson. Based on a Talk to the Island Book Trust. Booklet, printed in 2008. 32 Pages. £6
  222. A Lewis Album. From the collection of historical photographs compiled by Angus M. Macdonald. P.B. Published in 1982. 1st A pictorial record of life in Lewis during the last 100 years. Edited by Sheila Macleod. Foreword by Sandy Matheson. £10
  223. Roll of Honour Ness to Bernera. For King and Country 1939 to 1945. A record of all those from each village between Ness and Bernera who served in WW2. A4 Size Publication. Printed in 1988. 125 Pages. £10
  224. West Uig Roll of Honour 1939 -1945. Published by Comunn Eachdraidh Uig in 1983. This publication gives us details on all those from the villages of Uig, Lewis who served in WW2. A foreword from Ctaherine Finlayson who was headmistress in Mangersta School in 1939. An article on the family of Donald and Christina Macdonald 22 Valtos, The Veterans of Aird, a Lament by Murdo Macleod Crowlista. Even for those with no connection to the district this is an excellent publication and was probably one of the first published to honour those who served between 1939 and 1945. Booklet, 28 Pages. Also has a photograph of most of those profiled in the book. £15 (Very Scarce and very rarely comes up for sale)
  225. Croft History. Isle of Lewis, Volume 5, Carloway, Part 1. The villages of Tolastadh a Chaolais and Dun Charlabhaigh. A4 Size Publication with ring binding. 138 Pages. £12
  226. Memories of a Ben Line Man by Stuart Edmond. The author originally from Portobello in Edinburgh, spent his early life at sea. P.B. Published in 2015, this is a second impression from 2015. 16 Chapters. 217 Pages. £6
  227. I’ve Started so I’ll Finish. The Story of Mastermind by Magnus Magnusson. In this book the Interrogater himself tells the behind the scenes story of a television programme which made broadcasting history. H.B. With D/J Published in 1997, this is a reprint from the same year. Thirteen Chapters. Five Appendices. 272 Pages. £6
  228. The Seaman’s World. Merchant Seaman’s Reminiscences. Selected and Introduced by Ronald Hope. For nearly Fifty Years The Marine Society has run an annual essay competition for merchant seamen. From those that have won prizes 27 of them have been selected relating to the seaman’s world. H.B. With D/J Published in 1982. 142 Pages. £8
  229. North 7 The Highlands & Islands Magazine. Issues 25-40. A fascinating series of articles on every aspect of Highlands & Islands life in the 1970’s and early 80’s. A4 magazine type publications. 16 Magazines in total. £25
  230. Behold the Hebrides or Wayfaring in the Western Isles by Alasdair Alpin MacGregor. Foreword by Lord Alness. H.B. Published in 1925. 33 Chapters and Illustrations. 248 Pages. £12
  231. Royal Road to the Isles by Ian McCrorie. 150 years of MacBrayne Shipping. P.B. Published in 2001. 188 Pages. £8
  232. Foula -The Time of My Life by Christopher Mylne. The author’s story of his time in the Shetland island of Foula from his appointment as Schoolmaster and Lay Missionary in 1954, and his interest in Wildlife Photography. This book is a fascinating record of that time in words and pictures. H.B. With D/J Published in 2011. 23 Chapters and includes an Index of Crofts and Residents in 1954. 218 Pages. £10
  233. Memorial of Walter R.T. Auld, Olrig, Caithness by his Mother. Booklet, a new edition printed in 1967. The following recollections of a beloved son were noted shortly after his death by his mother. 39 Pages. £6
  234. Eadar Am Port ‘s an Cambar. Bardachd, Duanagan, sgeulachdan a Bearnaraidh na Hearadh. Leabhar 1. Air a dheasachadh le Ruairidh Macleoid. Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 1982. 24 Duilleag. £6
  235. Goodbye Mr Dixon. By Iain Crichton Smith. A novel. Printed in 1974. 1st 208 Pages. Ex Library. £6
  236. Briseadh na Cloiche agus sgeulachdan eile. Deasaichte le Coinneach D. MacDhomhnaill. 11 Sgeulachdan uile gu leir: Na sgriobhaidearan: Iain Moireach, Anna Chaimbeul, Tormod caimbeul, Gordon Donald, Coinneach Fionnlasdan, Domhnall Iian MacAidh, Pol MacAonghais, Domhnall Iain MacDhughaill, Fionnlagh Macleoid, Aonghas MacNeacail, Eilidh Watt. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1970. 84 Duilleag. £6
  237. The days of the Years of My Pilgrimage by G.N.M. Collins. The autobiography of one of the most well well known figures in the Free Church of Scotland during the Twentieth Century. PB. Published in 1991. 20 Chapters, Epilogue and many Illustrations. 156 Pages. £6
  238. Seanfhacail agus Seanachas. Proverbs and Folklore in Gaelic and English. Edited by Iain MacIlleathainn & Maletta NicPhail. P.B. Published in 2005. 192 Pages. £6
  239. An Ceistear ‘s Am Bard ‘s na Boirionnaich le Tormod Domhnallach. Dealbh Chluich airson Steids. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1974. 39 Duilleag. £6
  240. The Life of Margaret M. Benzies. Missionary in Africa for 62 Years by Jack Selfridge. Booklet, printed in 1999. 19 Page. £5
  241. A Scot at Westminster. The Autobiography of Donald Stewart the SNP for the Western Isles from 1970-1987. Edited with new material by Mary Stewart Mackinnon. P.B. Published in 1994. 22 Chapters and an Epilogue. 131 Pages. £6
  242. Nicolson Institute Annuals 1969 &70. Plenty features, articles and photographs in both magazines. £8
  243. ‘Gu’N D’Thug I Speis Do’n Armunn. Sgeul le Iain MacCormaig. Fo Laimh Chalum Mhic Pharlain. H.B. Air Fhoillseachadh ann an 1908. Roimh Radh agus Coig Earranan. 117 Dulleag. A presentational copy from the author. £12
  244. Rona -The Distant Island by Michael Robson. P.B. Published in 1991. 1st Edition Contents: Prelude, An Older World. Tenants and Crofting, Visitor’s Days, Affections of the Ness People. Appendices: References and Notes, Rona, Placenames of Rona, Map of Rona. Includes Photographs. 179 Pages. £12
  245. On the Trail of Robert Burns -John Cairney. P.B. Published in 2000. Ten Chapters and 4 Maps, Postscript and Bibliography. 158 Pages. £6
  246. Skipper’s Yarns from Avoch by Donald Patience. P.B. Published in 2010. Eight Chapters, Acknowledgements and Appendices. 200 Pages. Signed by the Author. £6
  247. Carragh na Cuimhne. Bardachd le Coinneach Domhnallach. 34 Piosan bardachd agus cuideachd beagan mun a Bhaird a bhuineadh do Shanndabhig, Leodhas. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1991. 63 Duilleag. £6
  248. Luirgean Eachainn Nill. Folktales from Cape Breton. Collected and Edited by Margaret MacDonell and John Shaw. A collection of folktales told by Hector Campbell. P.B. Published in 1981. 16 Tales in total and Notes. 90 Pages. £6
  249. Litrichean Alasdair Mhoir le Iain N. Macleoid. 100 litrichean uile gu leir bho peann an ughdair a nochd an toiseach ann a Gaseit Steornabhagh eadar 1916 agus 1932. H.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1932. 392 Duilleag. £8 Front and back boards are a bit faded.
  250. A Short History of the Parish of Fortrose and Rosemarkie Church of Scotland by Stuart Edmond. Booklet, printed in 2011. Thirteen Chapters and Appendices. 20 Pages. £6
  251. Glory in the Glen. A History of Evangelical Revivals in Scotland 1880-1940 by Tom Lennie. P.B. Published in 2009. Contents: Glory Filled the Land, Fire Among the Fisherfolk, O’Er The Minch -Hebridean Harvest, Bairns, Scholars and Holy Rollers, An Appraisal. A comprehensive account of the many religious revivals that have taken place in Scotland over the Centuries. 511 Pages. £6
  252. Portrona by Norman Malcolm Macdonald. The author’s last work is a powerful yet poetic novel that represents the summation of his life’s work. The novel is set by two events linked with the island of Lewis -The Mutiny on the Bounty in 1789 and the sinking of HMY Iolaire in 1919. P.B. Published in 2000. 231 Pages. £8
  253. Fo Sgail a’ Swastika le Domhnall Iain MacDhomhnaill. Under the Shadow of the Swastika. Introduction, notes and parallel translation by Bill Innes. The story of the author’s wartime experiences as a POW at St Valery. Includes some of his Gaelic Poetry. Includes a CD of the Author reading the story. P.B. Published in 2000. 191 Pages £8
  254. High Balls and Happy Hours. Gavin Hastings (An Autobiography) with Clem Hastings. H.B. With D/J Published in 1994. Thirteen Chapters and Appendices. 192 Pages. £5
  255. Robert Bruce & The Community Realm of Scotland by G.W.S. Barrow. Fifteen Chapters and Appendixes. H.B. With D/J Published in 1988. Third Edition. 421 Pages. £6
  256. Celtic Scotland. A History of Ancient Alban by William F. Skene. Three Volumes: I, II & III. Volume 1 covers History and Ethnology and was published in 1886. Volume II covers Church and Culture and was Published in 1887. Volume III covers Land and People and was Published in 1880. All copies HB. £45 for the 3 Volumes.
  257. A Macdonald for the Prince by Alasdair Maclean. The story of Neil MacEachen. P.B. Originally Published in 1982, this reprint is from 1990. Eleven Chapters and Appendices. 104 Pages. £6
  258. Calum Tod by Norman Malcolm Macdonald. H.B. With D/J Published in 1976. These Thirteen stories trace the growth of a young man from the Hebrides who has experienced the alienation common to Gaels who find themselves torn between two cultures. 106 Pages. A presentation copy signed by the author. £8
  259. The New English – Gaelic Dictionary by Derick S. Thomson. H.B. With D/J Published in 1981. 210 Pages. £6
  260. Duntulm Castle. History of a Skye Fortress. Booklet, prepared and published by Jonathan Macdonald. Date of Printing Unknown. 16 Pages. £6
  261. The Place Names of Berneray. A Manuscript by Mr John Ferguson, Berneray. Submitted by Mr Donald macKillop, Inverness. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness Volume LIII. Booklet, printed in 1985. 50 Pages. £8
  262. Mairi Mhor Nna Oran. Taghadh de a h-Orain. Deasaichte le Domhnall Eachann Meek. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh an toiseach ann an 1977. Air fhoillseachadh a rithist ann an 1998, le tuilleadh fiosrachadh mu a beatha. 40 orain gu leir. 240 Duilleag. £8
  263. Dain Mhurchaidh. Murchadh macpharlain. Bard Mhealaboist. Air fhoillseachadh le An Comunn Gaidhealach Roinn Nan Eilean Siar. Leabharann air fhoillsaechadh ann an 1986. 36 Duilleag. £8
  264. The Converting Word. The testimonies of Malcolm & Duncan Macleod of Ballalan and Sheildinish, Isle of Lewis. Booklet, printed in 2010, a second edition from that year. 20 Pages. £5
  265. A History of St Columba’s Church Portree by Lucy Sanderson Taylor. Drawings by David Roberts. Booklet, 16 Chapters, which includes a list of Clergy and Lay Readers and Members. Illustrations. Printed circa 1980’s. 56 Pages. £6
  266. Sean Fhocail. Prose Writings of Donald Mackinnon. 1839-1914. Edited by Lachlan Mackinnon. P.B. Published in 1956. 135 Pages. £12
  267. Bicycles, Donkeys, deserts and fish. The memoirs of John M. Macleod, Balallan, Lochs, Isle of Lewis. P.B. Published in 2009. Twelve Chapters. 96 Pages. £6
  268. Seobhraich as a Chlaich. Domhnall MacAmhlaigh. Ceithir fichead dan. H.B Le D/J Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1967. 107 Duilleag. £8
  269. Alasdair Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair. Selected Poems. Edited by Derick S. Thomson. P.B. Published in 1996. 223 Pages. £8
  270. Churchill’s Sacrifice of the Highland Division. France 1940 by Saul David. P.B. Originally Published in 1994, this reprint is from 2004. Fourteen Chapters, Notes and Appendices. 276 Pages. £5
  271. Travels in the Western Hebrides from 1782 to 1790 by Rev John Lane Buchanan. Introduction by Dr Alasdair Maclean. This edition is from 1997. 109 Pages. £10
  272. Aithris is Oideas. Traditional Gaelic Rhymes and games. This publication brings together into a convenient form about 350 selected examples of the rhymes, rhyming games and general play material which still exist in the oral tradition. H.B. With D/J Published in 1964. 1st 110 Pages. £8
  273. Buth Ailig le Domhnall Iain MacGillEathain. Sgeulachd beatha an ughdair agus beagan dhan a bhardachd a chuir e ri cheile. P.B. Air fhoillseachadh ann an 1988. 66 Duilleag. £6
  274. Gnathasan Cainnte Air an cruinneachadh le Domhnall Greumach, Leabharann air fhoillseachadh ann an 2010. 56 Duileag. £6
  275. The Prophecies of the Brahan Seer. By Alexander Mackenzie. With Modern Footnotes, Maps and Illustrations. H.B. With D/J Published in 1970. Twelve Chapters. 111 Pages. £8
  276. Recipes and Housekeeping Tips from 1908. This fascinating book originated from the handwritten notes of Ms Annie Mackinnon, Halfway House, 67 Balallan, Lochs, Isle of Lewis. The notes were discovered in a house nearly a century later in 2004. P.B. With Ringbinding Published in 2008. 105 Pages. £8