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Highland

Statistics

Principal Town: Inverness
Population (1991):
Area (hectares): 2611906
Entry Updated: 09-AUG-2009
Local Authority Contact Information

Address: Highland Council
Glenurquhart Road
Inverness
IV3 5NX

References and Further Reading
Adam, Frank and Sir Thomas Innes of Learney (1952) The Clans, Septs and Regiments of the Scottish Highlands. W. & A.K. Johnston Ltd, Edinburgh and London
Beaton, Elizabeth (1992) Ross and Cromarty: An Illustrated Architectural Guide. The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland, Edinburgh
Beaton, Elizabeth (1996) Caithness: An Illustrated Architectural Guide. The Rutland Press, Edinburgh
Beaton, Elizabeth (1995) Sutherland: An Illustrated Architectural Guide. The Rutland Press, Edinburgh
Bennet, D.J. and T. Strang (1994) The Northwest Highlands. Scottish Mountaineering Trust, Edinburgh
Bennet, Donald J. (1991) The Southern Highlands. Scottish Mountaineering Trust, Edinburgh
Close-Brooks, Joanna (1995) Exploring Scotland's Heritage: The Highlands. Second Edition, The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland and HMSO, Edinburgh
Gifford, John (ed.) (1992) The Buildings of Scotland: Highland and Islands. Penguin, London
Hodgkiss, Peter (1994) The Central Highlands: Scottish Mountaineering Club District Guidebook. Scottish Mountaineering Trust, Edinburgh
Lister, John (1978) The Scottish Highlands. John Bartholomews & Sons Ltd., Edinburgh.
Miers, Mary (2008) The Western Seaboard: An Illustrated Architectural Guide. The Rutland Press, Edinburgh
Uncles, Christopher J. (2003) Memories of North and West Sutherland. Stenlake Publishing, Catrine, Ayrshire

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