Links to sites about Scotland and things Scottish:
Some information from the Cyberscot column by Marilyn
Marshall in the Macfie Tree. Marilyn maintains the GAELIC-L mailing list
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Scottish and MacFie Reading List
Cathey Family History and Genealogy, Vol 1 (1700-1900), Boyt Henderson Cathey, 1993
Most Catheys in America are descended from James Cathey, who
emigrated from Ireland in 1718. James was part of the Scots-Irish or Ulser
Scot immigration to America that occurred throughout the 18th century. The
Scots-Irish had emigrated from Scotland to Ireland in the previous century.
This 579-page book provides details of the genealogy of the descendents of
James and other early Cathey emigrants from 1700 to 1900. A second volume will
extend to the present. Contact the author for information.
Colonsay and Oronsay In the Isles of Argyll by John de vere Loder (1935,
reprint 1995). Available from Kevin and Christa Byrne, House of Lochar, Isle of
Colonsay, Argyll, PA61 7YR, UK. Telephone/fax: 01951 200232
Highland Warrior, Alasdair MacColla and the Civil Wars, by David Stevenson,
The Saltire Society, 1994.
Bygone Lochaber by Soinerled MacMillan, K & R Davidson, Glasgow, 1971.
Colonsay and Oronsay, by Norman Newton, 1990. Available from Kevin and
Christa Byrne, House of Lochar, Isle of Colonsay, Argyll, PA61 7YR, UK.
Telephone/fax: 01951 200232
How the Irish Saved Civilization: The Untold Story of Ireland's Heroic Role
from the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Medieval Europe, Thomas Cahill, Doubleday,
Albion's Seed: Four British Folkways in America. David Hackett Fisher,
Oxford University Press, 1989.
Highlanders: A history of the Scottish Clans, a large "coffee table" book
with lots of photos by Fitzroy MacLean, Viking Studio Books, Penguin Books, New
The Scotch-Irish: A Social History, by James G. Leyburn, The University of
North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1962. About the Scotch-Irish who emigrated to
American in the 18th century.
The Crofter and the Laird, John McPhee, 1970