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Fri Mar 21 17:11:49 2014 UTClccn-no970208660.35History of the Mackenzies, with genealogies of the principal families of the name0.670.92Just published, the history of the Highland clearances from the Battle of Culloden to the present time, containing a reprint of Donald Macleod's "Gloomy memories of the Highlands" (now not procurable for any money), with a full account of the Glengarry, Knoydart, Strathglass, Kintail, Glenelg, Skye, North and South Uist, Barra, Rum, Coigeach, Strathconan, Glencalvie, Leckmelm, Glendesseray and Locharkaig, Breadalbane, Rannoch, Athol, Morvern, Mull, Lochearron, and several other evictions throughout the Highlands of Scotland : also a full acount of "The Battle of the Braes," and a complete statement of all the proceedings in the Isle of Skye during 1882 : with a verbatim report of the trial of the Braes Crofters, at inverness, in May, 1882, with the subsequent proceedings in the Braes and in Glendale to the date of publication /32075091Alexander_Mackenzie_(historian)no 9702086643095355781373Mac Kenzie Alexander 1838-1898MacKenzie, AMackenzie, A. (Alexander), 1838-1898Mc Kenzie Alexander 1838-1898Mckenzie Alexander 1838-1898lccn-n86839740Macgregor, Alexander1806-1881edtlccn-no2011141679MacColl, Evan1808-1898lccn-n89602412Macbain, Alexander1855-1907edtnp-mackenzie, kenneth$17th centuryMackenzie, Kenneth17th centurylccn-n50011311Sutherland, Elizabethlccn-sh85082558McDonald familyviaf-296023449Fraser familylccn-n88126880MacDonald, Flora1722-1790lccn-sh85019135Cameron familyviaf-94305294Mackenzie familyMackenzie, Alexander1838-1898HistoryPeriodicalsGenealogyBiographyTrials, litigation, etcScotlandLand tenureScotland--HighlandsPropheciesPrecognitionOffenses against propertyClansMackenzie, Alexander,EvictionCroftersJustice, Administration ofLarcenyTrialsMacDonald, Flora,McDonald familyArsonTravelCanada, NorthernRiversScotland--Island of SkyeFraser familyMacColl, Evan,Cameron familyEconomic historyTrials (Trespass)Farm tenancyChisholm familyMonroe familyMackenzie familyFolkloreMattison familySocial historyAgricultureProphecies (Occultism)Agricultural laborersLiteratureCoinneach OdharIndians of North AmericaCharles Edward,--Prince, grandson of James II, King of England,Macgregor, Alexander,PioneersExplorersFur tradersKings and rulersBlind tooled bindingsCanadian poetryLandlord and tenantAdventure storiesRocky MountainsHunting183818981872187518771878187918811882188318841885188618871888188918911892189318941896189718981899190019011902190319041908190919101912191319141917192419321942194519461948195219571959196119661970197219751976197719791980198119821983198419861988198919911995199719982000200220032004200520062007200820092010228783387C811.4CS479ocn001553629ocn005734190ocn657126546ocn669304805ocn005279067ocn679494083ocn865816749ocn866062276ocn866728376ocn865603682ocn865916307ocn865962653ocn865611592ocn866682575ocn86587476929645ocn003901735book18770.73Mackenzie, AlexanderThe prophecies of the Brahan Seer, Coinneach Odhar FiosaicheHistory+-+951932945532422540ocn005734190book18830.84MacColl, EvanThe English poetical works of Evan MacColl... With a biographical sketch of the author21421ocn024953299book18830.59Mackenzie, AlexanderThe history of the Highland clearancesHistory"In the nineteenth century many of the inhabitants of the Highland glens were cleared out, often by forcible eviction to make way for a more profitable tenant -- the Great Cheviot sheep. Families had to leave the homes where they had lived for generations. Thousands emigrated over the ocean in the hope of a better life...The effects of it are still being felt in Scotland -- and in the countries where the unwilling migrants settled. Written while the effects it describes were still unfolding, Mackenzie's impassioned History brings the distress of the age unforgettably before the reader" -- Back cover+-+314973654514317ocn001553629serial0.81The Celtic magazinePeriodicals12724ocn001986252book19120.73Mackenzie, AlexanderThe history of the Highland ClearancesHistory8618ocn009124671book18820.66Macgregor, AlexanderThe life of Flora MacdonaldFlora MacDonald (1722-1790) was the daughter of Ranald Macdonald, son of Angus, younger of Milton. She acted as the protectorate of Prince Charles and aided in his escape to France. She is considered the heroine of that historical era. She and her husband immigrated to North Carolina, but returned to Syke and settled at Kinsburgh where they both died7814ocn005279115book18960.47Mackenzie, AlexanderHistory of the Frasers of Lovat, with genealogies of the principal families of the name: to which is added those of Dunballoch and Phopachy7710ocn002706236book18840.50Mackenzie, AlexanderHistory of the Camerons, with genealogies of the principal families of the nameGenealogy6711ocn002903098book18810.53Mackenzie, AlexanderHistory of the Macdonalds and Lords of the Isles; with genealogies of the principal families of the name6711ocn008999852book18910.59Mackenzie, AlexanderHistory of the Chisholms : with genealogies of the principal families of the nameThe Clan Chisholm is said to descend to have Norman origins and to have come from the borders of Scotland. However, for over six hundred years the clan has been associated with the highlands of Scotland, particularly Inverness, Sutherland, Ross and Caithness6616ocn005210061book18940.35Mackenzie, AlexanderHistory of the Mackenzies, with genealogies of the principal families of the nameGenealogyThe Mackenzie clan of Scotland+-+5287017896633ocn506020692file17400.79ScotlandInformation for His Majesty's Advocate, against Mr. Alexander Mackenzie younger of Coul and others, pannelsHistoryTrials, litigation, etc611ocn506043722file18830.92Mackenzie, AlexanderJust published, the history of the Highland clearances from the Battle of Culloden to the present time, containing a reprint of Donald Macleod's "Gloomy memories of the Highlands" (now not procurable for any money), with a full account of the Glengarry, Knoydart, Strathglass, Kintail, Glenelg, Skye, North and South Uist, Barra, Rum, Coigeach, Strathconan, Glencalvie, Leckmelm, Glendesseray and Locharkaig, Breadalbane, Rannoch, Athol, Morvern, Mull, Lochearron, and several other evictions throughout the Highlands of Scotland : also a full acount of "The Battle of the Braes," and a complete statement of all the proceedings in the Isle of Skye during 1882 : with a verbatim report of the trial of the Braes Crofters, at inverness, in May, 1882, with the subsequent proceedings in the Braes and in Glendale to the date of publicationHistory519ocn005788191book18980.59Mackenzie, AlexanderHistory of the Munros of Fowlis with genealogies of the principal families of the name: to which are added those of Lexington and New EnglandGenealogy406ocn005279067book18780.79Mackenzie, AlexanderHistorical tales and legends of the Highlands396ocn023348990book18810.50Mackenzie, AlexanderThe Macdonalds of GlengarryBiography346ocn005279147book18890.59Mackenzie, AlexanderHistory of the Macleods with genealogies of the principal families of the nameHistoryThe Macleod clan of Scotland338ocn004383086book18830.86Mackenzie, AlexanderThe Isle of Skye in 1882-1883 : illustrated by a full report of the trials of the Braes and Glendale crofters, at Inverness and Edinburgh ; and an introductory chapter338ocn005279085book18790.59Mackenzie, AlexanderHistory of the clan Mackenzie; with genealogies of the principal familiesGenealogy325ocn022355974book18820.37Mackenzie, AlexanderHistory of the Mathesons, with genealogies of the various branches613ocn435873203book20100.66Siebert, MelanieDeepwater veePoetryMelanie Siebert's stunning debut collection travels remote northern rivers, as well as two of Canada's most threatened rivers, the Athabasca and the North Saskatchewan. These rivers push the poems into a contemplation of loss and into the terrain of Alexander Mackenzie's dreams, a busker's broken-down street riffs, and the borderland wanderings of a grandmother whose absence is felt as a presence. The poems' currents are turbulent, braided, submerged. Narrative streams appear like tributaries glimpsed through brush, and then veer into unexpected territories, where boundaries blur ' between the self and the other, between the living and the dead, between the human and the wild ' and loss carries with it both music and silence. In this virtuoso collection, Melanie Siebert has transformed language into that rarest thing, a singular poetic vision. From the Trade Paperback edition+-+1885356225489ocn262827679com18720.47Ballantyne, R. MThe pioneers : a tale of the western wilderness : illustrative of the adventures and discoveries of Sir Alexander MackenzieJuvenile worksFiction+-+2779009846+-+3149736545+-+3149736545Fri Mar 21 16:11:05 EDT 2014batch22309