Conference: Making Tracks: Highland Connections [Kingussie]

29 April 2017, Starts: 10:00, Ends: 16:45

Kingussie Heritage Festival 2017

Making Tracks: Highland Connections

Talla nan Ros, King Street, Kingussie

10-10:15 Welcome

10:15-11:15 'He is a Scotchman which is a sort of passport to fortune': the remarkable story of the Dunachton Robertsons in Tasmania
- Dr. David Taylor

11:35-12:35 'Military mapping of Badenoch and environs,and its broader contexts'
- Chris Fleet (National Library of Scotland)

12:35-1:15 'The wild braes of Badenoc: Anne Grant's Letters form the Mountains, 1773-1807'
- Dr Lesley Mickel

2-4pm ''The other north'
-Dr Ian Blyth

2:45-3:30 'Heritage during the planning process of the A9
- Aisling Mulcahey (CH2M)

3:30-3:40 Kingussie Primary Pupils

4:00-4:45 'A brief overview of the Kingussie area in prehistory'
- Adam Welfare (Historic Environment Scotland

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Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands (ARCH), The Goods Shed, The Old Station, Strathpeffer, Ross-Shire, Scotland IV14 9DH
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