- After spending several hours frustrating searching, to find certain Scottish Resources, in particular, in depth information and sources about the Highland Clearances and the Jacobite Rebellions, after finding some on Wikitree, and the rest spread all over the WWW, much of it incomplete. So, I thought it would be great, if Wikitree had links to all this information, in one place and easily accessed. I also discovered one day, that they were much misunderstood, and still mystifying to many people. So here it is...
- Starting with the Highland Clearances and the Jacobite Rebellions
- Here you will find information and links about the Highland Clearances and why they started.
- This page is still empty and a work in progress.
- Here you will find information and links about the Jacobite Rebellions and why they started.
Online Books Library
- The Online Book Page by John Mark Ockerbloom.
- Online Books by P. Hume Brown at The Online Book Page.
- History of Scotland, Vol 3. From the Revolution of 1689 to the Disruption, 1843 by P. Hume Brown, 1911.Citation.Brown, P. Hume (Peter Hume), 1849-1918. History of Scotland ... Cambridge: University press, 190209.
- Project Guttenberg.
- The Project Gutenberg eBook, The History of the Highland Clearances, by Alexander Mackenzie. eBook.
- Hathitrust Digital Library.
- History of Scotland, Vol 3 by P. Hume Brown, 1911, Hathitrust. Citation.Brown, P. Hume (Peter Hume), 1849-1918. History of Scotland ... Cambridge: University press, 190209.
- The Heather on Fire by Mathilde Blind. 1886.Citation.Blind, Mathilde, 1841-1896. The Heather On Fire: a Tale of the Highland Clearances. London: W. Scott, 1886.
- The Jacobite Rebellions by J. Pringle Thomson, 1914.Citation.Thomson, James Pringle. The Jacobite Rebellions, (1689-1746). London: Bell, 1914.
- The Jacobite Episode in Scottish History, An Essay by Willmott Dixon. 1874.Citation.Thormanby. The Jacobite Episode In Scottish History And Its Relative Literature. Edinburgh: Menzies , 1874.
- There are excellent resource pages here on Wikitree. A huge Thank You to everybody who worked on these.
- Scotland Genealogy Resources spacepage
- Scotland Clan Project Resources spacepage
- Here is Rick Pierpont's Wikitree Research Resources page for Scotland
- Aberdeen Journal, Notes and Queries
- Eighteenth Century Collections Online. Quod.Lib.Umich.Edu. Accessed March 8 2020.> Eighteenth Century Collections Online.
- The Peerage Of Scotland: Containing An Historical And Genealogical Account Of The Nobility Of That Kingdom, ... Collected From The Public Records, And Ancient Chartularies Of This Nation, ... Illustrated With Copper-Plates. By Robert Douglas, Esq;.. 2020. Quod.Lib.Umich.Edu. Accessed March 8 2020.> The Peerage, by Robert Douglas
- The Baronage Of Scotland. 2020. Freepages.Rootsweb.Com. Accessed March 8 2020.>The Baronage of Scotland by Sir Robert Douglas, scanned pages, rootsweb
- Names in Scotland
- Canada Sources
- United Kingdom Project
- [Scottish Military History Project
- MacFarlane's Genealogical Collections, Urquhart Writs and Genealogy.
Reading old Handwriting
- The Pirates Graveyard
- Inverness-shire has no wikitree source page.
- Morayshire has no wikitree sources page.
- Banffshire has no wikitree sources page.
- Nairnshire has no wikitree sources page.
- Thanage of Fermartyn
- The Complete Peerage, wikipedia, with links to volumes
- The complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland and Great Britain
- Aberdeenshire Epitaphs..555pgs.
- Scotland Welcomes You
- Scots Sayings
- My Scotland
St. Nicholas Search Engine
- Manx Notebook
- County Celtic
- Surname Search
- Lowenwolde, Sweden, marriage to Isabella Urquhart, daughter of John Urquhart, Swedish Captain...link below.
- Old Ross-shire
- Inverness Kirk Sessions
- Check the Copyright of every Document, Wikipedia.
- Fair Use of Documents, Wikipedia.
- Intellectual property usage guide, Wikipedia.
- Pixabay for photos.
- Wikimedia Commons for James Stuart photos.
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