Ten books ‘The Eric R Cregeen Fieldwork Journals’, edited by Margaret Bennett, 2018. Historian Eric Radcliffe Cregeen (1921-1983) made hundreds of audio recordings of oral histories from a wide range of people from around Scotland. His meticulous notes are displayed and transcribed in nine volumes, with those regarding Tiree recordings presented in Volumes 3 to 9.
Handwritten notes by Eric Cregeen on (1) passages from the book ‘Na Baird Tirisdeach‘, (2) the family tree of Allan MacLean as given in Na Baird Tirisdeach, and as based on Parish records, (3) the List of Inhabitants of Argyll Estate, 1779.
Journal of Northern Scotland, 2014, containing the academic paper ‘A West Highland census of 1779: social and economic trends on the Argyll Estate’ by Eric Cregeen (pp 75-105). Includes information on Tiree.
Unbound first draft of ‘The creation of the crofting townships in Tiree’ by Eric Cregeen, 1973, plus a letter from Eric’s wife Lily Cregeen to Dr John Holliday in 2015. The paper was later edited to half its length and published in the Journal of Scottish Historical Studies in 2015.
Academic paper ‘The creation of the crofting townships in Tiree’ by Eric Cregeen. Edited by Annie Tindley and published in the Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, Edinburgh University Press, 2015. Courtesty of EUP Blog www.euppublishing.com/doi/abs/10.3366/jshs.2015.0153
Letter from Eric Cregeen to Captain John Lamont, Kilmoluaig, 1980
Photocopy of a hand-written letter from Eric Cregeen at the School of Scottish Studies, Edinburgh, to Captain John Lamont of Croish, Kilmoluaig, dated 16/12/1980, thanking him and his wife for their hospitality and help while making an audio recording for the SSE archives.