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.
The only medieval chronicle to have Orkney as the central place of action - covering an era when the islands were a major part of the Viking world.
The diary of William Harvey, Leabreck, Southside, Birsay.
Jockie Wood's history of the Orkney Parish Cup.
A fourth volume of historical and archaeological papers relating to Orkney.
A festschrift to Alison Fraser, who retired as Orkney's County Archivist in September, 2010, after 35 years service.
A third volume of historical and archaeological papers relating to Orkney.
Gullwick and the Sunset. A tale we can all believe in.
A century and a twelvemonth after his death, this printing of George Stewart's Shetland Fireside Tales is the first since 1923, and brings back into the public circulation one of the most important books in Shetland's history.
The remains of our neolithic ancestors found at Isbister give us an amazing picture of the peoplewho lived here 5000 years ago.
Souvenir Guide to Isbister Cairn and Liddle Burnt Mound, South Ronaldsay, Orkney.