Production and identity at Quoygrew, Orkney, AD 900-1600. Edited by James H. Barrett.
An Orkney Anthology : Selected Works of Ernest Walker Marwick: Volume 2. Edited by John DM Robertson, James M Irvine and Marie E Sutherland.
New Orkney Antiquarian Journal Vol 6. Published by the Orkney Heritage Society.
Monuments of Orkney is Historic Scotland's visitor guide to Orkney, written by Caroline Wickham-Jones.
For almost a century, the islands of Orkney and Shetland were under the rule of the Stewart earls - father and son - a rule remarkable for its infamous reputation in island history.
A detailed study of the social and economic life of the parish and people of 18th century Holm.
This ambitious and comprehensive study draws on over 18,000 surviving documents as well as public records and personal recollections to trace the history of the Breckness Estate, which was founded in the 1620s.
A true people's digest to be read and enjoyed by Orcadians, and lovers of the Orkney Islands, wherever they may be around the world.
A collection of memories and yarns, documenting how the people of 19th and 20th century Costa viewed their world.
The story of Alexander Watt, a young Orkney man who died early in 1811.
An illustrated guide to Orkney's architectural gems.
The booklet gives a brief account of Kirkwall's past in the form of a walking tour - starting by the Kiln Corner, by the harbour.