Mainstream Pub., 1990 - Travel - 224 pages
An interpretation of the traditional background, culture and ways of life of the Scottish Highlanders. This book is concerned not only with the beauty spots and scenery, but also with the Highlanders in their own self-created environment and unique culture.
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Achiltibuie Alexander Angus Ardgour Ardnamurchan Argyll Arisaig Badenoch battle beautiful Benbecula Bridge Calum Cameron Campbell castle Catholic century Charles Clan Donald Cluny crofters Culloden district Donald Donn English evicted folklore Forty-five Free Church Gael Gaelic Gaelic-speaking Glen Finnan Glen Urquhart Glencoe Glenmoriston Glenuig Hanoverian head of Loch heard Highlands hills Iain Inverailort Inverness Ireland Irish island Isles Jacobites John Macdonald Keppoch Kingussie Kintail land living Loch Arkaig Loch Shiel Loch Sunart Lochaber Locheil lovely Macdonell MacGregor MacKenzie Maclean Macleod Macpherson MacRae miles Moidart Morar morning Morvern Muir of Ord Mull native never Newtonmore night Oban pibroch piper pipes play Presbyterian Prince river road sang Scottish seen shinty shore of Loch singing Skye songs South Uist Spean Stewart story storyteller Strath Strathglass Sutherland tinkers told tradition valley waulking WESTER ROSS western William wooded young