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by Alastair Lorne Campbell of Airds, Unicorn Pursuivant

Alastair Lorne Campbell of Airds was the Chief Executive of Clan Campbell, appointed by the Chief of the Clan, Mac Cailein Mor the 12th Duke of Argyll.  He was also Unicorn Pursuivant (1986-2008) to the Lord Lyon, King of Arms.  In his 8 years as Inveraray Castle Archivist, he was responsible for cataloguing the volumes and artifacts in the Jacob More Library at Inveraray. Since 2008 he has been Islay Herald of Arms Extraordinary in the Court of the Lord Lyon.  He was granted unparalleled access to the archives as he wrote this comprehensive history of Clan Campbell.

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$59.95

by Alastair Campbell of Airds Unicorn Pursuivant

FROM ORIGINS TO FLODDEN

The Clan Campbell has long been among the largest of the Scottish highland clans as well as arguably the most powerful. Its history, apart from its intrinsic interest, is inseparable from the history of Scotland. This is the first of three volumes that will tell the full history of the clan in a depth never before attempted.

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$59.95

by Alastair Campbell of Airds Unicorn Pursuivant

FROM FLODDEN TO THE RESTORATION

Volume 1 of this history ended with the chief and his followers dead on Flodden field. Volume 2 describes the Clan's recovery. Within five years Colin, 3rd Earl, was Vice-Regent and Lieutenant of the kingdom. Within five decades the Clan had extended their possessions to the Western Isles, reinforced their Highland dominance, and become the most powerful family in the nation. How they managed to remain so for a century and a half, despite everything history could throw at them, is the subject of Alastair Campbell's fascinating, vivid and well-paced narrative.

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$59.95

by Alastair Campbell of Airds Unicorn Pursuivant

FROM THE RESTORATION TO THE PRESENT DAY

In the third and final volume of Alastair Campbell's acclaimed account of the Campbells the story resumes at a high pace. Successive incidents include the 9th Earl's part in the 1685 Rebellion and his eventual execution; the 10th Earl's raising to a Dukedom; the Massacre of Glencoe; the 2nd Duke's quashing of the 1715 Jacobite Rebellion at Sheriffmuir; the notable part played by the Clan in the 1745 Rebellion and in its aftermath the sorry tale of the Appin Murder.

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$175.00

Proceeds benefit the Scottish Flag Trust, the Flag Heritage Centre (Athelstaneford, Scotland), the Clan Campbell Society (North America), and the Clan Campbell Education Foundation. All of these organizations are either U.K. Registered Charities or U.S. 501c Nonprofits dedicated to the preservation and promotion of our shared Scottish Heritage.

Athelstaneford Saltires Now Available in North America

 

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$5.50

The Clan Campbell Coloring Book has 20 drawings of Campbell and Scottish themed images including the clan badge, the Clan Campbell Socitey gyronny, Inveraray Castle, bagpipers, athletes and much. much more.

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$34.95

by Diarmid Campbell

A two disk DVD set about the history of Argyll and the part it played in the formation and growth of the Clan Campbell. Contains over 2 hours of footage, much of which highlights the natural beauty of Argyll, and includes interviews with the 12th Duke of Argyll and Alastair Campbell of Airds.

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$10.00

by Ruby G. Campbell, Ph.D. and Joe McD. Campbell

Join Caitlin & Colin at their first Highland Games. Learn about Highland dances and athletics and the flags of Scotland. Visit the Campbell tent and get information concerning the kilt, tartan, badge, shield, septs, and Campbell lore. Written for children aged 6 to12, the book contains 25 full-color illustrations by Diarmid A. Campbell.

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$25.00

compiled by David R. Campbell

Two CD set. Disk 1 contains 21 tunes consisting of Reels, Strathspeys, Marches, Jigs, Pibrochs, etc. along with a written commentary which explains the connections to Clan Campbell. The 2nd disk centers mainly on early Pibrochs and the great highland bagpipe along with verbal commentary by Brigadier John Macfarlane, British Army and retired as Ministry of Defence Director of Education and Training Services (Army). The last native speaker of the Lorn dialect of Argyll Gaelic.

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$25.00

Written by the 13th Duchess of Argyll, the 2015 guide book is packed full of information and photographs of Inveraray Castle's fascinating role in history as well as the gardens and town of Inveraray. The book includes photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Argyll and their children.

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$16.00

by Sir Ilay Campbell of Succoth, Bt.

This softbound edition of Sir Ilay Campbell of Succoth, Bt.'s 2011 book contains portions of his vast collection of heraldic bookplates belonging to Campbells or related individuals. His biographical notes on their owners are included, as are a foreword by the Chief of Clan Campbell, His Grace the Duke of Argyll, an introduction to bookplates by Dr. Geoffrey Vevers, and an appendix on heraldry by Paul Campbell, Esq.

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$12.95

By Neil Munro New edition of book first published in 1914

The New Road is Neil Munro's mystery set in the time leading up to the Bonnie Prince Charlie rebellion. The leading characters head north from Argyll to Inverness to check on the progress of General Wade's New Road, and to collect intelligence for Lord Islay, brother of the Duke of Argyll, and the leading politician in Scotland. They also seek to solve the mystery of the disappearance of Aeneas (Angus) Macmaster's father, missing for many years. The picture of the highlands, life in the highlands, and the lives of the people at that time, not to mention the political intrigue make for a fascinating read.