Photograph of Drovers Cottage, Barrapol, around 1920
Black & while photograph of Drover`s Cottage, Barrapol, around 1920 when it was called Morven House and owned by the MacKinnon family.
Booklet `Milkit Four Times in the Day` 2012
Booklet about the history of agriculture on Tiree, with reference to livestock, sales, cattle shows, vets, animal health, butchers, hens, potatoes, bulbs, seaweed and Gaelic words. Researched by Dr John Holliday for a summer exhibition at An Iodhlann.
Audio cassette recording of Hector MacPhail talking at the Scarinish Hotel in January 1998.
Hector MacPhail of Ruaig talks at the Scarinish Hotel on 31st January 1998 about emigration to Canada, New Zealand and Patagonia, the Duke of Argyll’s factors, the MacNiven family, cattle droves, smacks and schooners, the shops at Middleton and Hynish, three Tiree men who emigrated to Seattle, ancient graveyards, a school trip to Dundee, Captain Donald MacKinnon of the Taeping, the Downie family, emigration history at Inverary Archives, CalMac boats, the storms in 1953 and 1968, the emigrations of 1855 and 1877. (Continued on AC43)
Photocopied pages from a 2002 calendar sold in aid of a school trip.
Drawing and text about the road to Dunollie Castle used by drovers from Tiree 200 years ago, from `The Oban Calendar 2002` sold in aid a Primary 7 school trip to Castle Toward.