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Am Baile

A Highland Council-funded project which has created a digital archive of the history and culture of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. These archives contain recordings of, and other information on local dialects.

Cromarty Fisher Dialect or North Northern Scots

The death of retired engineer Bobby Hogg in 2012, following the death of his brother Gordon, marked the passing of the last native speaker of the dialect of the fisher-folk of Cromarty.

Doric

Once used to describe Scots in general, it is now generally accepted as referring to the dialects spoken in north-east Scotland.

http://greengalloway.blogspot.co.uk/…/short-history-of-gael…

A short history of Gaelic in Galloway by Alistair Livingston.

Lallans

Used by Burns and Stevenson to describe the Scots language in general, it is now generally accepted as referring to the dialects of southern and central Scotland.

MILLAR, Dr Robert McColl

He is author of the book “Northern and Insular Scots”. It covers the Scots dialects of northern Scotland, Orkney and Shetland.

Scottish Gaelic

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The Scots Language Society

Founded in 1972 to support the Scots language in all its forms.

Scottish Achievement, Influence & Heritage is a work in progress