Last edited by Moogubei
Thursday, May 7, 2020 | History

3 edition of Tolsta townships found in the catalog.

Tolsta townships

Macdonald, Donald

Tolsta townships

by Macdonald, Donald

  • 356 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Tolsta Community Association in Tolsta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tolsta (Western Isles, Scotland) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDonald Macdonald.
    ContributionsTolsta Community Association.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA890.T/
    The Physical Object
    Pagination181p. :
    Number of Pages181
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15344969M
    ISBN 100951016008

      In this eagerly awaited second volume of Lewis: In History and Legend, Bill Lawson deals with the townships of the east coast of the island, from Tolsta in the north to the boundary with Harris in the south, and with Stornoway, the commercial and administrative capital of the island. In his own inimitable style, he traces the story of the Pages: From s, the Eastern Townships of Quebec had the second highest Gaelic speakers in Canada and was the third unofficial language. Gaelic was the first European language of the Canadian West, thanks to Sir Alexander Mackenzie (Lake Mackenzie fame), a native Gaelic speaker, born in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis and who was the first white man to cross North America.

    Situated in the crofting township of Tolsta Chaolais on the Isle of Lewis, our cosy self catering holiday cottage provides a warm welcome no matter what the time of year. Originally serving as the village Post Office, this traditional Hebridean cottage has been beautifully modernised. Tolsta Chaolais (also Tolastadh Chaolais, Tolstadh a' Chaolais) is a village on the Isle of Lewis, consists of about forty houses, clustered around Loch a' Bhaile, about a mile from the A road between Callanish and name has a Norse element, Tolsta, combined with a Gaelic element, Caolas, and means "Farm by the Strait". Tolsta Chaolais is in the parish of Uig, and Civil parish: Uig.

    Tha an Tasglann an dòchas sealltainn anns an am ri teachd air cruinneachadh Dòmhnall MacDhòmhnaill à Tolastadh bho Thuath a sgrìobh “The Tolsta Townships” agus “Lewis – A History of the Island.” Anns an cruinneachadh, tha leabhraichean le sgeulachadan goirid Continue reading →. The house is situated in the crofting township of North Tolsta, just a short drive from the town of Stornoway which has much to offer, including shops, restaurants, a leisure centre, golf course, An Lanntair, an art centre and cultural venue, and the Museum nan Eilean at Lews Castle, which has fabulous grounds and woodland walks/10(5).


Share this book
You might also like
The cactus of love

The cactus of love

Captains Atlas

Captains Atlas

High school German grammar and exercises

High school German grammar and exercises

A wonder book.

A wonder book.

In dubious battle.

In dubious battle.

Approved technical institutes

Approved technical institutes

The tragical history of Doctor Faustus.

The tragical history of Doctor Faustus.

V K Dmitriev

V K Dmitriev

Outline of wills and intestacy

Outline of wills and intestacy

Landscapes of memory

Landscapes of memory

Radio correspondence education in Kenya

Radio correspondence education in Kenya

A Full and true relation, of Count Martini, in Silesia

A Full and true relation, of Count Martini, in Silesia

medical examiner in Texas.

medical examiner in Texas.

The Wilde Bunch (Marry Me, Cowboy: Conveniently Wed #15)

The Wilde Bunch (Marry Me, Cowboy: Conveniently Wed #15)

Lust for life

Lust for life

Tolsta townships by Macdonald, Donald Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Tolsta Townships. The Tolsta Townships (), is a comprehensive history of Tolsta written by the late Donald Macdonald. Well received and sought after, the book is no longer in print.

Author's biography. Donald Macdonald's previous book, Lewis - A History of the Island (), is now the standard work on the history of the Island of Lewis. The Tolsta townships was authored by Donald Macdonald of North Tolsta.

It was published by Tolsta Community Association in This work is a history of the villages which comprise Tolsta, including sections such as "The People at Peace", "The People at War", "The Sea" and "The Land", drawn largely from personal experience and oral tradition.

Buy The Tolsta townships by Macdonald, Donald (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Tolsta townships: : Macdonald, Donald: BooksAuthor: Donald Macdonald.

Croft history books have been published through Bill Lawson. Bill worked with the Comann Eachdraidh; At some time in the future we will look at the possibility of re-publishing The Tolsta Townships by Donald MacDonald, the noted scholar who also wrote The History of Lewis.

The North Tolsta Community Association has the rights to the manuscript and there is demand for this book to be reprinted. North Tolsta Community Noticeboard. likes 4 talking about this. North Tolsta Community Noticeboard is a place to promote events within the locality and advertise products/services to the local Followers: North Tolsta Historical Society Details Category: Features.

North Tolsta is a village on the Isle of Lewis, one of the islands that form the Western Isles, or Outer Hebrides, of Scotland. Over the years we, the local history society, have amassed a wealth of heritage research.

North Tolsta Community Noticeboard. likes 2 talking about this. North Tolsta Community Noticeboard is a place to promote events within the locality and advertise products/services to the local Followers: Tolsta Community Development Ltd, North Tolsta. likes. Tolsta Community Development Ltd is a non-profit organisation and is managed by a board of voluntary ers: North Tolsta Memories has members.

This is just a page for anybody to post photos or videos and talk about the memories they have of the place. The Archaeology of Tolsta Details Parent Category: Timeline Category: Pre-history. by Dr Mary Macleod (download pdf file) The East Coast of the Isle of Lewis is an area in which little detailed archaeological survey has been carried out.

This is certainly true of Tolsta and its environs. Donald Macdonald writes in ‘The Tolsta Townships’, “They were almost sure that the sea had claimed one more member of a family that seemed destined to be drowned Murdo (the skipper) himself.”(see p) But there were calming voices too Jessie recalls.

Tolsta is a crofting township with a population of approximately people, situated 14 miles from Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. With Tolsta’s stunning beaches and waymarked walks, many visitors are attracted to the village.

North Tolsta Historical Society became a fully constituted organisation in October after some 15 years in abeyance. This Lord of the isles is actually Viscount Leverhulme, who owned the Isles of Lewis and Harris from and sheep Shiant Islands Sir Herbert Morgan soap soon South Harris speech Storno Stornoway Gazette Stornoway harbour Tarbert tenants Tolsta town townships trawlers tweed Unilever Viscount Leverhulme wanted About Google Books 3/5(1).

Tolsta, one of numerous Scottish settlements in this part of the country, took its name from a village on the Isle of Lewis, where most of the settlers came from.

A little further up the highway, just past a farmhouse, we noticed a large archway over a cart track leading into a pasture. In this eagerly awaited second volume of Lewis in History and Legend, Bill Lawson deals with the townships of the east coast of the island, from Tolsta in the north to the boundary with Harris in the south, and with Stornoway, the commercial and administrative capital of the island.

Two books available together for the special price of £ Normally sold separately for £ each. Lewis in History and Legend The West Coast deals with the west coast of the island, from the boundary with Harris in Uig Parish, up to the Butt of Lewis, the most northerly point, and out to the furthest-flung outliers of the island, the Isle of Rona and the rock of Sulisgeir.

This is the tale of a small civil war in one of the remotest regions of Britain. Inthe eminent liberal industrialist Lord Leverhulme bought the largest Hebridean island of Lewis.

His intention was to revolutionize the lives and environment of people. But the islanders fought back.4/5(1). publications - Understanding Croft Books. An Encyclopedia of every family that was cleared from Lewis and sent to the Eastern Townships of Quebec.

Each family are assigned an ID-address number, village or township and head of family, spanning over three to four generations (). In this eagerly awaited second volume of Lewis in History and Legend, Bill Lawson deals with the townships of the east coast of the island, from Tolsta in the north to the boundary with Harris in the south, and with Stornoway, the commercial and administrative capital of the island.

In his own inimitable style, he traces the story of the island /5(6). Tolsta Chaolais (pronounced ‘Tall-stah-HOOL-ish’) is a crofting village on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. Recognised as one of the prettiest villages on the island, Tolsta Chaolais is nestled between a sea loch, Loch Roag, and a freshwater loch, Loch A Bhaile.

"Oatmeal and the Catechism is the story of emigrants from the Outer Hebrides to Quebec in the latter half of the nineteenth century.

Most were crofting families from Lewis who had suffered the severe effects of the potato famine of As a solution to the increasing pressure on landlords and government relief bodies, they were offered free passage to 'Lower Canada' and given land grants.Tolsta Chaolais is within the Carloway district, and within Comann Eachdraidh Chàrlabhaigh's area.

The village is off the main road about two miles to the south of Doune Carloway and is one of the most picturesque in the Western Isles. Its name has a Norse element (Tolsta) combined with a Gaelic element (Caolas) and means "Farm by the Strait".Tolsta is set in Polmont.

The accommodation is miles from Stirling. The apartment is fitted with 2 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV and a fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with a microwave, a fridge, a washing machine, an oven and a stovetop.9/10(15).