Lismore Publications

Books 

Black, D. 2006.  Sgeul no Dhà às an Lios: A Tale or Two from Lismore. Glasgow: Cadispa/University of Strathclyde. 

Carmichael I. 1947.  Lismore in Alba.  Perth: D. Leslie

Comann Eachdraidh Lios Mòr   2012  Lismore place Names  – Ainmean Lios Mòr

Hay, R. K. M. 2009.  Lismore: The GreatGarden. Edinburgh: Birlinn

Lobban, M. D. 2004.  Lachlann Dubh ‘Chrògain:  Lachlan Livingstone and his  Grandsons.  Bards of Mull and Lismore.  The New Iona Press.

MacDonald, Iain G    2013  Clerics and Clansmen. The Diocese of Argyll between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries. Brill

M’Lauchlan  T. (ed.) 1862. Dean of Lismore’s Book.   Edinburgh: Edmonston & Douglas

Odling, N, C & N 2011  Ted and Elizabeth Odling — Artists of the West of Scotland. Walker Fine Arts

RCAHMS 1975.  Argyll: An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments. Volume 2. Lorn. London: HMSO (includes all of the listed monuments on LIsmore)

Shaw F J. 1980.  The Northern and Western Islands of Scotland: Their Economy and Society in the Seventeenth Century.  Edinburgh: John Donald

Stuibhart D. (ed.) 2008.  The Life and Legacy of Alexander Carmichael.  Lewis: Island Book Trust

White,  Anne M   2009 2nd edition St Moluag’s Church Isle of Lismore:  Transcription of the gravestones in the Old Graveyard

 

Articles and Reports 

Brown A. L., Duncan A. A. M. 1957.  The CathedralChurch of Lismore. Transactions of the Scottish Ecclesiological Society 15:  41-50

Dennis R.W.G., Thornber I. 1991.  Taxus on the Bernera of Lismore. Journal of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh57: 15-16(Yews)

Hay R.K.M. 2010.  Improvement not clearance: A factor’s instructions to his ground officers on the Isle of Lismore, 1831-46.  Review of Scottish Culture 22: 99-119

Hay R.K.M. 2012.  Keeping the peace on Lismore.   Historic Argyll 17: 37-48

Hickman A H. 1975.  The stratigraphy of late Precambrian metasediments between Glen Roy and Lismore.  Scottish Journal of Geology 11: 117-142 (includes a geological map of Lismore)

Hunter F. 2007. New light on Iron Age massive armlets. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland136: 135-160 (includes a description of the Lismore armlet)

McGegor G. 1841.  Second Statistical Account of Scotland.  United Parish of Lismore and Appin.

McNicol D. 1791.  First Statistical Account of Scotland.  Volume 1.  LII. United   Parishes of Lismore and Appin.

Redhouse D.I., Anderson M., Cockerell T., Gilmour S., Housley R., Malone C.,

Stoddart S.  2002.  Power in context: The Lismore landscape project. Antiquity 76: 945-6

The Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Conditions of Crofters and Cotters in the Highlands and Islands (1884) (The Napier Commission Report)

Turner D. 1998.  The Bishops of Argyll and the Castle of Achanduin, Lismore, AD 1180-1343.    Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 128: 645-652