Lahsoc Journals

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Historic Argyll 2012
2. The Committee and Office Bearers
3. Rescue Excavation of Raschoille Cave, Oban. Kenneth Connock
17. Haakon's expedition 1263. Alison Blackwood
28. At the point of the sword: Archaeology and the battle of Culloden. Tony Pollard
32. The Scottish kelp Industry and its archaeology. Sue Hothersall
37. Keeping the peace on Lismore. Robert Hay
49. Our postal past. Martin Petrie
54. Lorn on the map - a cartographic voyage over four centuries. Chris Fleet
62. Book review - Stronfield and other deserted Knapdale townships. Charles Hunter
64. Book review - Kintyre instructions. Diarmid Campbell
67. Book review - A wartime enigma in Oban. Lindsay Campbell
68. Last Page


Historic Argyll 2011
2. The Committee and Office Bearers
3. A Voyage in Search of Hinba. Robert Rae
12. Stirling Castle Palace Project. Kirsty Owen
17. A Factor's Lot. Martin Petrie
21. Medieval Kilbride. Catherine Gilles
27. The Brandystone. Lake Falconer
31. Book Review. Charles Hunter
33. Another one gone! Martin Petrie
35. 'Between the Burn and the Turning Sea' The story of Cadderlie. Mhairi Ross
43. Changes in Medieval Lorn. Diarmid Campbell
55. The House that was never built. Alison Blackwood
60. The Brooch of Lorn.Diarmid Campbell
60. Correspondence
71. Historical Sketch


Historic Argyll 2010
2. The Committee and Office Bearers
3. Disruption at Kilninver. Martin Petrie
8. Messages from the past: Iron Age signalling in Argyll. Peter Lamont
24. Changing Argyll Names. Jo Currie
31. Book Reviews. Charles Hunter
33. Some Hydronyms in the Parish of Muckairn. John Macfarlane
42. Excavations at Killevin in Crarae Gardens, Mid-Argyll. Derek Alexander and Magnus Kirby
52. Notes on Kilbride and its Environs. Liam Griffin
38. Doide - a Mediaeval Stone Quarry?. Julian Overnell
42. Historical Sketch


Historic Argyll 2009
1. The Committee and Office Bearers
2. The Kilninver Icehouse. Martin Petrie
6. The Kilninver School Roll of Honour. Martin Petrie
8. Changing People Changing Landscapes: Excavations at the Carrick, Midross, Loch Lomond. Gavin McGregor
14. "Well Known Obanites" - an update
15. Book Reviews. Charles Hunter
17. Frank Lockwood's Island Lake Falconer
20. Scourged by the Hand of the hangman. Martin Petrie
21. Iron Making in Argyll. Julian Overnell
33. Archaeology and Storytelling: Encounters with the Past in Scotland and Cyprus. Michael Given
42. Home to Glenorchy. Mhairi Livingstone Ross
50. Historical Sketch.


Historic Argyll 2008
2. The Committee and Office Bearers
3. The Bowmen of Glen Gallain. Martin Petrie
10. The Silent Shores Speak: Maritime Landscapes in North Argyll. Paula Martin
18. Well Known Obanites
20. Book Reviews. Charles Hunter
21. Historical Human-environment Relations: an example from Southern Iceland. Kerry-Anne Mairs
30. The Traveller's Companion. Martin Petrie
31. Dun Roamin'. Simon Gilmour
38. Bonawe and district 1730-45. Charles Hunter
51. Building Monuments from the Forest in the Neolithic. Gordon Noble
22. St Brendan's Seat and the Standing Stones of Dunachy. Nicholas Duncan Gilmour
58. A Pen-ink Sketch. Maria Gastineau


Historic Argyll 2007
2. The Committee and office bearers
3. Library notes
3. Abandoned Benchmarks. Martin Petrie
5. Lochaline Sand Mine. Peter Davis
11. Whisky and Resistance: The Archaeology of Illicit Distilling. Michael Given
21. Historical Human-environment Relations: an example from Southern Iceland. Kerry-Anne Mairs
17. The Familiar and Cherished Local Scene. Jenny Carlile
21. Book Reviews. Bookworm
22. The International Celtic Conference in Oban. Christine Mackay
23. Alas No More. Alison Blackwood
26. John Stuart McCaig: His family and His Tower. Murdo MacDonald
27. Angel Hill Kilninver. Martin Petrie
42. Pilgrimage Sites in Scotland. Peter Yeoman
43. The Social, Economic and Environmental Effect of Tourism on Oban between 1750 and 1914. Fiona Morrison
49. Old Highland Matters that are Spoken of in Lorn. Domhnall Uilleam Stiubhart


Historic Argyll 2006
2. Committee and Office Bearers
3. News from the Friends of the MacDougall Collection
4. Examining the Mesolithic/Neolithic Transition in WesternScotland: An Introduction to the Ardnamurchan Transitions Project. Philip Richardson and Hannah Cobb
8. Gylen castle Re-opening. Alison Blackwood
9. The Iron Age Navigator and the Toad of Lorn. Patsy Bolton
14. Kilninver Memories: Mid 1930's to Mid 1940's Martin Petrie
22. Wartime Schoolboys: Memories of the Second World War at Tarnurich. Hugh Black
26. Recent Archaeological Activity in Oban. Charles Hunter and Paul Robins
31. The Militia in Argyll. Edna Stark
33. The Argyll and Bute Mountain battery Charles Hunter
37. Lime in the Landscape. Robin Walker
41. That Vanished World. John Macfarlane
43. Book Review. Bookworm


Historic Argyll 2005
1. Contents and Acknowledgements
2. LAHS Committee
3. AGM Report
3. Editorial
4. The late Graham Ritchie in Argyll. Margaret Kay
5. A Museum for Oban! Bill Grant
9. At School in Oban in World War 2. Charles Hunter
12. Benderloch's Iron Age Fort. Robin Harvey
19. Gleann Mor deserted Settlement. Alison Blackwood
21. Eilean Amalaig. Peter Macleod
22. A Kilninver Quirk. Martin Petrie
23. The Sanctuary Crosses of Colonsay. Charles Hunter
24. Public Bathing in Oban, 1886. Alison Blackwood
25. 19th Century Evangelism in Argyll. Edna Stark
28. Barr Mor Settlement, Kilmartin. Heather James
30. St Modan's Church Centenary and History. Jane Eccles
34. The Clock Lodge, Lochgilphead. Michael Davis
37. Kilmartin (Largie) House. Alison Blackwood
39. Postscript to Winter Lecture. Alison Blackwood
40. Book Review. Diarmid Campbell
42. Obituaries - Oliver Whitely, Jim Clark, Mary Stacy-Marks
43. Bookworm. Charles Hunter


Historic Argyll 2004
1. Contents and Acknowledgements
2. LAHS Committee
3. AGM Report
3. The Birrell and other Families in Oban. Janet Proctor
8. Argyll Records Held in Glasgow. Edna Stark
10. Ballachuan Woodland Reserve Survey. Ronny Regan and Sharon Webb
18. Rob Roy in Argyll. Mary McGrigor
20. Iron Age Brochs - a discussion. Gemma Midlane
23. Loch Seil Township Survey. John Russell and Alison Blackwood
30. Oban's North Pier - some Fragments. Robert McCulloch
34. Historic Scotland Photographic Library. Ailsa McTaggart
35. Dun Glashan Excavation. Alison Blackwood
36. Notes on the Campbell's of Kilberry. Diarmid Campbell
40. Blazing Cressets. Peter MacLeod
40. Neolithic Handaxe from Kintyre. Charles Hunter
42. Lawlessness in 17th Century Lorn. MacDougall Collection
43. LAHS and other news.
46. Book Review. Robin Harvey


Historic Argyll 2003
1. Contents and Acknowledgements
2. LAHS Committee
3. A Seafaring Tale. Dr Ian MacKichan
4. The Slate Quarries of Kerrera. Charles Hunter
6. Moments in Mesolithic Times. Nyree Finlay
9. Health in the Highlands of Old. Dr Ian MacKichan
10. Oban's Forgotten Streets. Lake Falconer
13. Brochs and Galleried Duns. Alison Blackwood
17. TV Archaeology. Tony Pollard
19. Early Trading from Ardchattan. Charles Hunter
25. The Curious Case of Duncan Stevenson. Prof Michael Moss
30. 19th Century Travel in the Highlands. Archie McGill
31. CSA Summer School 2002. Geoff Waters
32. LAHS and Other Celebrations. Various
32. Lorn Area News. Various
39. Kilmartin House Trust news. KHT
41. Books! Books! Books! Bookworm


Historic Argyll 2002
2. The Committee and Office Bearers
3. WW2 Billetees in Oban Nancy Black
6. A Sad Story Michael Davis
9. Coll Remote Aerial Photo "J.D."
9. A brief history of the CO-OP in Dunoon Michael Davis
14. Poor, Proud and Exiled Murdoch Macdonald & Michael Davis
16. PoW Camp Kinlochleven Kath Small
18. Oban Burials Charles Hunter
23. Mcfie walk around Oban Vanessa Mcfie
27. Stevenson family of Oban Charles Hunter
32. LAHS and area news

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