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Tales of a Highland parish

Thomas D. Miller

Tales of a Highland parish

Glenshee

by Thomas D. Miller

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Published by Munro Press in Perth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementThomas D. Miller.
The Physical Object
Pagination100p. :
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21028744M

Slight browning to edges and end-papers but good-plus in torn and taped dust-wrapper. "'Highland Naturalist' is already a friend of country-loving readers, and in these pages [Dugald Macintyre] gives us a new collection of records and anecdotes gathered from a long experience of the ways of birds and beasts in places near and far. An Old Highland Parish Register Survivals of Clanship and Social Change in Laggan, Inverness‐shire, ‐I ALAN G. MACPHERSON In an earlier article the evolution of a Scottish clan was traced from its origins in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries to the year (Macpherson I).File Size: KB.

Being the story and traditions of a remote Highland parish and its people by Alexander MacRae; Reminiscences of a Highland Parish By Norman MacLeod D.D. () History of Glasgow By Robert Renwick LL.D. and Sir John Lindsay L.D. in 3 volumes () Loch Etive and The Sons of Uisnach By R. Angus Smith (). Perth and Kinross Parishes: A-B Last updated | 03/05/ These pages are designed to help you find books, maps, statistical accounts and websites about the parishes of Perthshire and Kinross-shire, including many that are no longer part of the Perth & Kinross Council area. Click on the name of the parish (below) and you will be taken to the.

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Tales of a Highland Parish (Glenshee) by Rev T D Miller covers history, legend, customs and poems, as well as the description of the “Royal Route” from Blairgowrie to Cairnwell, which is covered here. Other parts of the book can be found throughout “the written word”.

Tales of a Highland Parish (Glenshee) by Rev T D Miller, printed incovers history, legend, customs and poems, as well as the description of the “Royal Route” from Blairgowrie to Cairnwell.

This is the whole of the book, which has also been split and put into various different parts of the website. Tales of a Highland Parish, Glenshee With Illustrations [including a Portrait].

Author: Thomas D. Miller (Colonel.) Publisher: Munro Press, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Tales of a Highland Parish Chapter 4 This part of the book looks at some history related to Glenshee.

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