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  • Historical Associations
  • Applecross Historical Society This is the site of the local historical society which was established in 1998 by people who were conscious that the historical, religious and cultural background of this unique and isolated Gaelic community was in danger of being lost.
  • Comunn Eachdraidh Nis - Ness Historical Society This is the site for Comunn Eachdraidh Nis, the Ness Historical Society was set up 25 yeasr ago. This group provided the catalyst for what would later develop into the wider Comunn Eachdraidh movement in the Western Isles.
  • Dalriada Celtic Heritage Trust This site is dedicated to the preservation of the Celtic Cultures within the British Isles, focusing mainly on Alba and Erin. At this site you can find articles on history, mythology, folklore, culture, customs, poetry and traditional crafts.
  • Scottish History Club A forum for discussion of all aspects of Scottish history
  • Elgol & Torrin Historical Society, Isle of Skye. The Society was formed in 1996 to preserve the culture and heritage of the area. This site is devoted to their work.
  • Historical Society of Barra & Vatersay Website for the Historical Society of Barra and Vatersay or Comunn Eachdraidh Bharraidh.
  • Kinloch Historical Society, Lewis The Kinloch Historical Society are involved in a wide variety of projects and this website provides a sample of our current work.
  • Pairc Historical Society - Lewis The website of Pairc Historical Society which includes material of locla interest.
  • Strathnairn Heritage Association This website was set up by a group of volunteers, dedicated to researching the history of the strath. The Society has an archive of photographs, maps and copies of written material, a selection of which is shown on the website.
  • The Isle of Eigg History Society Comunn Eachdraidh Eige, the Isle of Eigg History Society was set up in 1999. The aims of the society are to encourage research into the history of the isle of Eigg.
  • The Moidart Local History Group The Moidart Local History Group, (Comann Eachdraidh Mùideart), exists to promote an active interest in the history, heritage and culture of Moidart and to bring together interested individuals and organisations.
  • Tiree Community Website This community website offers material of historical and contemorary interest on Tiree. Gaelic, it tells us, is widely used and there is a Gaelic medium unit at the school, where children are educated again through Gaelic,
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