For this book, members of the community have shared their precious and intimate knowledge of the islands that has been passed down, in Gaelic, over generations. Islay and Jura's Gaelic place-names are alive with descriptions of the local plants and wildlife, people's activities on the land and sea, and in some cases they immortalise some colourful local characters,
Publication 2011 - Gaelic in the Landscape - Place-names in Islay and Jura - A Ghàidhlig air Aghaidh na Tìre - Ainmean-àite ann an Ìle agus Diùra
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