Booklet ‘West Highland Notes & Queries’, Series 4, No. 3, March 2017. Includes articles on the MacLeans of Duart and Lochbuie & the Jacobite Cause 1400-1766 (with references to Tiree), paintings of pipers, ‘The Tacksman Class in Argyllshire 1800-50’, ‘A Visit to Coll in 1831’, and ‘Tiree’s resistance to the Earl of Argyll’s takeover of the Island 1674-1682’ by Nicholas Maclean-Bristol.
Booklet ‘The Kirk on the Hill’ by Nicholas MacLean Bristol, Coll, 2007. The story of the Church in the Isle of Coll AD 550-2007. Contains material about Tiree when the parishes were joined (pg6): “…when in 1618 the parishes of Kirkapol and Sorobie in Tiree were united with that of Coll to form the United Parish of Tiree and Coll.”
Booklet ‘West Highland Notes & Queries’, Series 3, No. 9, December 2015. Includes articles on MacDuffies, MacLeans, Loudoun Papers 1745-1749, Scottish Clans, Coll MacDonald, Jura John, Rex or Bishop’s dollars.
Hardback book ‘From Clan to Regiment – six hundred years in the Hebrides 1400-2000’ by Nicholas MacLean-Bristol, 2007. A history of the MacLeans of Coll by one of their descendents. Signed by the author to Gordon Scott, Tiree, 2012.
Booklet `West Highland Notes and Queries`, January 2013
Paper-covered booklet of articles by the Society of West Highlands & Islands Historical Research. Contents: The Lamonts; The 84th Royal Highland Emigrant`s Pipe Banner; An Account of the Isle of Coll (4) – Arileod & Ballard; The Cecil Street Coffee House MacLeans; Weaver`s Castle; Moated Houses.
Booklet `West Highland Notes & Queries`, May 2013
Paper-covered booklet of articles by the Society of the West Highland & Island Historical Research. Contents:1467 MS. The MacLeans; An Account of the Isle of Coll – Knockleathan; Fort Dewart, Pennsylvania; Macleans in Barra; The 84th`s Pipe Banner; Hugh Gray, Inn Keeper in Coll; Torloisk, Isle of Mull; An Account of the Isle of Coll (4).
CD of recordings from The Secret Island history conference, Tiree 2013.
CD of recordings from the three-day history conference held at An Talla on 30th May to 1st June 2013, and organised by The Islands Book Trust, Lewis, with An Iodhlann. Includes talks and speeches given by local and visiting experts.
Hardback book `From Clan to Regiment – Six Hundred Years in the Hebrides 1400-2000` by Nicholas MacLean-Bristol.
A History of the MacLeans of Coll.