The North of Scotland Archaeological Society is pleased to announce the publication of
Strathconon - The History and Archaeology of a North east Highland Glen
by Meryl Marshall
Take a journey through this beautiful and little known glen and discover its historical and archaeological secrets. The glen is reputed to have been one of the most densely populated in Ross-shire – why was this? How did the people survive? What was the fate of this “super abundant” population?
This book tells the story of the glen at a time of great upheaval and controversial change, relating it to the archaeological sites discovered and recorded during a 3 year project.
Available through booksellers in the area price £9, via Paypal (below) or direct from NOSAS, c/o 10 Riverford Crescent, Conon Bridge, Ross-shire, IV7 8HL now at the reduced price of £7 inc p&p. Strathconon and Glen Feshie books can be bought together for £12 inc. p&p.