The Highland Clearances Trail

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The Highland Clearances Trail Book Details:

  • Publisher : Luath Press Ltd
  • ISBN-13 : 1913025853
  • Page : 215 pages
  • Rating : 4.5/5 from 853 voters

The Highland Clearances Trail Book Summary/Review:

The Highland Clearances Trail answers the where, why, what and whens of the Highland Clearances. Taking you around the significant sites of the Highland Clearances this vivid guide gives a scholarly introduction to a tragic moment in Scotland's history. Perthshire, Ross-Shire, Arran, Sutherland and Caithness are among the many areas covered. With full background information supplied, along with maps and illustrations, The Highland Clearances Trail provides an alternative route around the Highlands that will leave the reader with a deeper understanding of this sublime landscape.

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