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Archives and fiction: The Lewis Man

All been a bit quiet beyond the Friday photo’s so thought I’d do something a bit different. Peter May is a Lewis-born author who has set three thrillers on the island.  The first, The Black House, is based in the … Continue reading

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Burns Nicht

The 25th of January is the date celebrated all over the world to commemorate Scotland’s most famous bard, Rabbie Burns.  Tonight people will be tucking into the great chieftain, neeps and tatties, and giving toasts to lassies and laddies alike.  … Continue reading

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The Purest Pleasure?

Scottish Borders Archives housed in the Heritage Hub in Hawick have a great blog.  Rachel, the archivist there, posted this yesterday.  I particularly like the bit about access in the past having been restricted to papers relating to the Mafia … Continue reading

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Welcome

Welcome to Tasglann nan Eilean Siar’s (Hebridean Archives) blog! Established in June 2010, this three year project is looking to identify and promote access to archives held by the Comhairle nan Eilean and also to records held across the whole … Continue reading

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