Na Tasglannaichean is our quarterly newsletter to let you know what the project team has been up to. The newsletter is also available in Gaelic by selecting the Gaelic button on the top right of the screen.
Issue 8 (March 2013)
Find out about our work with North Uist and Kinloch Historical Societies, a talk we gave at Ness Historical Society and our farewell to Katie Anne Maciver, our project assistant.
Issue 7 (August 2012)
Details on our upcoming conference on the 1872 Education Act and its effect on Gaelic, worldwide researchers and our new website.
Issue 6 (May 2012)
A report on our recent visit to undertake work in the Uists and Barra, David's lecture to Stornoway Historical Society entitled An Archives Tour of Stornoway and some publicity for Berneray Historical Societies upcoming conference Bring our History Home.
Issue 5 (January 2012)
A report on our School's project, funded by Bòrd na Gàidhlig's GLAIF fund, working with historical societies and communities to record the histories of closing schools in their areas.
Issue 4 (October 2011)
A business archives special. We discuss the help and assistance we have been providing to businesses in managing and preserving their historical records with case studies on the records of the Harris Tweed Authority, Co-Chomunn na Pairc and landed estates.
Issue 3 (July 2011)
A training and events special. Cataloguing training has been undertaken with North Tolsta Historical Society and we report on our Barra to Berneray and Links across the Atlantic events
Issue 2 (April 2011)
Donna has joined our team, we undertake a preservation assessment survey and discuss some of the survey work we have been undertaking
Issue 1 (September 2010)
Introducing the project team and detailing the first collection catalogued, the records of the Gatliff Hebridean Hostels Trust