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“This is a remarkable and intimate portrait of Galson crofting township in all its varied aspects, but encompassing not just the whole island of Lewis, but the Hebrides, the Highlands, and indeed beyond.”
Reading the Gaelic Landscape is essential for those interested in the Scottish Highlands and its ancient, living language.
Following on from the best-selling Reading the Gaelic Landscape, this new titles allows you to discover where songs, poems and stories were set in the landscape of the Scottish Highlands.
C.M. & L. Storey & C. Dillon
A variety of trees are described in detail, with each account accompanied by a full-page illustration of the tree and numerous smaller drawings of leaves, branches, products made from the tree etc.
Ellen I. Garvie
Gaelic names with English and scientific equivalents, mainly compiled from published literature.
Joan W. Clark & I MacDonald
A comprehensive list of Gaelic names of plants, provided alongside English and Latin names.