Healing Herbs and Traditional Remedies
A History of Highland Hospitals
'Murder at the Fort' and 'A Horrid Murder in Resolis'
Neiliann McIntyre and Chris Rendell
The Ross (Mountain) Battery in defence of The British Empire. Dave Rendell
Churchill and the Man from Fortrose
Hugh Miller's Visit to Olney Dr Lindsay Hemy
The Sutherland Clearances
Dr Malcolm Bangor-Jones
The latest results from Ness Gap, Fortrose Jurgen van Wessel, Headland Archaeology Evidence of some of the earliest inhabitants of Fortrose
Local Heroes of World War 1 Chris Rendell
My Ancestor was a War Hero
The Herring Gutters
Women's Suffrrage in the Highlands
Dr Susan Kruse
An Aerial Tour of the Black Isle
Donald MacDonell, Fighter Pilot, Diplomat and Clan Chief
Ellen Fowler, a Highland Sewing Mistress
The Black Isle Railway
Planned Estate Villages in the Highlands Chris Rendell
Maps of The Black Isle Dr Graham Clark
Axe Men in the Woods: Canadians and Newfies in The Black Isle Woods Alasdair Cameron
The Davidsons of Tulloch and The Black Isle
The North Atlantic Front
Avoch's Fishing Heritage Sandy Patience
The Work of the Highland Archive Centre Fiona MacLeod, Senior Archivist
The Lordship of the Isles Dr Ian MacDonald
Sheilings: their place in Highland Agriculture Anne Coombs
Distilling in the Black Isle and surrounding area in the 18th century Meryl Marshall
The Black Isle Combination Workhouse Chris Rendell
Exploring Groam House Museum Alastair Moreton
Rosehaugh, A work of its Time Kathleen McLeman
'The April Visit' Mulchaich and The Ferintosh Whisky Distillery
Slavery and Inverness Duncan MacDonald
A Scottish Camino, Modern Pilgrimage Locations in the Highlands Chris Rendell
Tarradale Through Time: community engagement with archaeology in The Highlands Dr Eric Grant
Traditional Highland Stories Lizzie McDougall
Fortrose Cathedral, secret stories of the ancient Chanonry of Ross Verity Walker
Medieval Medicine Kay Whittall
April Visit: ‘Tain Through Time’
Inverness, the shaping of the city. An urban biography. Dave Rendell
Hector, The Hero Of The North Ewan McVicar
The Fearn Peninsular: A Potted History Douglas Gordon
Aspects Of The Impact Of The First World War on Fortrose, Rosemarkie And Avoch Robin Witheridge and Richard Jenner
Oats and Rice. A lighthearted look at food culture, comparing traditional Highland fare with that of Central Vietnam Chris Rendell
Walking With Cattle. In Search Of The last Drovers Of Uist Terry J Williams
Pictwork, Poems and Pieces Ewan McVicar
The Finest Road In The World. The Story of Travel and Transport In The Highlands James Miller
April Outing Dingwall and Dingwall Mart
A Long Way From Home, The Battle of Dunbar (1650) and its aftermath Dave Rendell
Stories from a lifetime in Bookselling David Duguid
The 1715 Jacobite Uprising Anne Fraser
The Canals and Reservoirs of Scotland Andrew Ross
200 Years of Black Isle Farmers Alasdair Cameron
The Highland Diary of a Victorian Lady Jonathon McColl
Power of Water 'Killearnan's water mills?' Graham Clark
The Civilisation of Moray Dr John Barrett
The Coronavirus situation meant that we have to put the safety of our members and speakers first and to this end, in line with Government advice, we cancelled our programme of 'live'meetings and in the meantime a programme of 'Zoomed' talks was put in place.
Monday, September 14th. AGM and an introduction to the 1950's project through the Newsletter.
Monday, October 12th. Getting to grips with Zoom
Monday, November 9th. Anne MacInnes, The Conan Stone.
Monday, December 14th. Norman Newton, Culloden House.
Monday, January 11th. Ken Wilson, The Kessock and Cromarty Bridges.
Monday, February 8th. Anne Fraser, The Mystery of The Lion Tamer of Inverness.
Monday, March 8th. Dr Jim Mackay, The HLI Route March across Ross and Cromarty, 1908.
Monday, April 12th. Nick Hide, More Davidson Connections with The Black Isle and surrounding districts.
Monday, May 10th. Chris Rendell, A Virtual Visit to Edwardian Rosemarkie.
Groam House Museum and the New Pictish Trail. Doug MacLean
The Textile Industry, from flax to linen, sailcloth and twine. Richard Sims
Tarradale, Mills and Stills. Dr Eric Grant
Old Leanach Cottage: a relic of the Battle of Culloden? Andrew Wright
The Place-names of The Aird and Strathglass. Ronald Maclean
'They Might as Well Die by Being Shot as by Starvation'. Professor James Hunter CBE
Annual Visit; Culloden Battlefield and Old Leanach Cottage.
Fortrose, The French Connection Michael Gallon
Remote and Rural Remedies Dr Daisy Cunyngham
Fortrose Trade Directories and Change in a small rural community David Rendell
Monkstadt House Glen MacDonald
Old Scottish Gravestones and Their Symbols Mark Hatton
The Death of Young Glengarry Glen MacDonald
John Ross, Missionary Jacqui Aitkin