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eBook The Western Isles of Scotland ePub

by Thompson

  • ISBN: 0941533379
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Thompson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New Amsterdam Books; Open market ed edition (September 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 176
  • ePub book: 1429 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1265 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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Start by marking The Western Isles of Scotland as Want to Read . His books include Harris Tweed (1969), Crofting Years (1984) and a number of Shell Guides to Scotland, some of which have been updated and republished by other companies

Start by marking The Western Isles of Scotland as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. His books include Harris Tweed (1969), Crofting Years (1984) and a number of Shell Guides to Scotland, some of which have been updated and republished by other companies. He also wrote a number of books on the mythology of the Scottish Highlands and Islands, including Supernatural Highlands and Highland Smugglers. Books by Francis G. Thompson.

The author was Donald Monro, a clergyman who used the title of "Dean of the Isles" and who lived through the Scottish Reformation.

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WESTERN ISLES OF SCOTLAND From the Butt of Lewis in the north to Barra Head in the south, the Western Islands form a unique part of Scotland: a rocky chain of islands 130 miles long.

WESTERN ISLES OF SCOTLAND From the Butt of Lewis in the north to Barra Head in the south, the Western Islands form a unique part of Scotland: a rocky chain of islands 130 miles long, cut off from the Mainland by the Minch as effectively as the Channel separates Britain as a whole. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc. Book Format.

But The Western Islands of Scotland is not a nostalgic look at a people in retreat. Francis Thompson concludes with a look at the appeal of the Islands to outsiders, many of whom are attracted to crofting as a self-sufficient, "green" form of farming.

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Unlike the four larger Scottish archipelagos, none of the isles in this group . The full title was Description of the Western Isles of Scotland, called Hybrides; by Mr Donald Monro High Dean of the Isles wh. .

Unlike the four larger Scottish archipelagos, none of the isles in this group are connected to one another or to the mainland by bridges. Donald Monro was a Scottish clergyman, who wrote an early and historically valuable description of the Hebrides and other Scottish islands and enjoyed the honorific title of "Dean of the Isles". The full title was Description of the Western Isles of Scotland, called Hybrides; by Mr Donald Monro High Dean of the Isles who travelled through the most of them in the year 1549.

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Scottish Highlands Highlands Scotland Scotland Castles Scotland Trip Scotland Travel Island Holidays Land Of The Brave Isle Of Harris Countries Of The World. What others are saying. Tolsta Beach, Isle of Lewis The largest island of the Outer Hebrides, the glistening Isle of Lewis is home to some of Scotland’s most fabulous beaches as well as spellbinding geographical features, each harking back to a prehistoric world. In pictures: Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year final entries.