"Pitlochry a History" by Colin Liddell.
From the Ice Ages to now - Pitlochry is
the unofficial capital of Highland Perthshire
and this book tells the story of an ancient
Highland district. Full of interesting facts,
stories and explanations, this book should
facinate locals, as well as those who once
lived or have their family roots here.
"Out of Atholl" by James Irvine Robertson
"Voices from the Shadow of Schiehallion".
The story of real people and real events, "Out
of Atholl" follows the fortunes of a Perthshire
family over 12 generations as they live through
some of the most momentous years in Scottish
Based on the chance survival of an
documents inherited by the author, this
is a moving,
informative and compelling family
covers the whole gamut of human
Also available by James Irvine Robertson
"The Robertson - Clan Donnachaidh in Atholl"
An easy-to-read history of the clan.
Family names for available are:
Blair Atholl Church Monumenatal
Memorial Inscriptions in Struan
“Scotland’s Heartland: A Visitor’s Digest of Highland Perthshire”
by James Irvine Robertson
This Digest describes the early people who used the river as their highway
into the Highlands. It tells of the development of Gaelic culture, how folk
lived, their heroes, stories and struggles.
The second part of the book highlights places within Atholl and recounts
their histories and the tales associated with them.