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Abdullah, Morag Murray, in My Khyber Marriage: Experiences of a Scotswoman as the Wife of a Pathan Chieftain's Son. (Octagon Press, London, 1990) More details ...
Aberdeen, Countess of, in Through Canada with a Kodak. (W. H. White, Edinburgh, 1893) More details ...
Adams, W.H. Davenport, in Celebrated Women Travellers of the Nineteenth Century (Dutton, New York, 1903) More details ...
Alexander, Michael, in Mrs Fraser on the Fatal Shore. (Joseph, London, 1971) More details ...
Anderson, Ann, in The Enduring Spirit: The Memoirs of a Country Lass from Aberdeenshire to Australia. (Pentland, Edinburgh, 1992) More details ...
Aust, Sarah (The Hon. Mrs Sarah Murray), in A Companion and Useful Guide to the Beauties of Scotland, and the Lakes of Westmorland... to which is added, a more particular description of Scotland, especially the part called the Highlands. ([printed for the author], London, 198) More details ...
Barnard, Lady Anne Lindsay, in W.H., Wilkins, ed. South Africa A Century Ago: Letters Written from the Cape of Good Hope (1797-1801) (Smith, Elder, London, 1901) More details ...
Bird, Isabella L., in Among the Tibetans. (The Religious Tract Society, Oxford, 1884) More details ...
Bird, Isabella L., in The golden Cheronese and the way thither. (G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1883) More details ...
Bird, Isabella L., in Havely., Cicely Palser ed. This Great Beyond. (Century, London, 1984) More details ...
Bird, Isabella L., in A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains. (G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1879) More details ...
Breitenbach, Esther, in Empire and Scottish Society: The Impact of Foreign Missions at Home c.1790-c.1914 (Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, 2009) More details ...
Calderon de la Barca, Frances Erskine Inglis, in Fisher, Howard T. and Fisher, Marion Hall edd. Life in Mexico; the letters of Fanny Calderon de la Barca, with new material from the author's private journals (Doubleday, Garden City, N.Y., 1966) More details ...
Callcott, Maria (Graham), Lady, in Mavor., Elizabeth ed. The Captain's Wife: the South American Journals of Maria Graham 1821-23 (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1993) More details ...
Checkland, Olive, in Isabella Bird and 'A woman's right to do what she can do well' (Scottish Cultural Press, Aberdeen, 1996) More details ...
Chistianson, Aileen "Jane Welsh Carlyle's Travel Narratives: 'Portable Perspectives'" , in Sorensen, David R. and Tarr., Rodger L. edd. The Carlyles at Home and Abroad (Ashgate, Aldershot, 2004) More details ...
Christie, Ella Robertson, in Through Khiva to Golden Samarkand, the story of a woman's adventurous journey alone through the deserts of Central Asia to the heart of Turkestan (London, 1925) More details ...
Christie, Ella RobertsonAlice King, Stewart, in A Long Look at Life (London, 1940) More details ...
Clark, M. "Margaret Masson Hasluck" , in Allcock, John B. and Young., Antonia edd. Black Lambs and Grey Falcons: Women travellers in the Balkans (Berghahn Books, New York, 2000) More details ...
Cossar, Jonathan H.Derek A., Dow "Effects of Ill Health on the Service of Scottish Presbyterian Missionaries, 1867-1929" , in Journal of Travel Medicine, vol.1 (1991) More details ...
Cowan, I.B. "The Progresses of Mary, Queen of Scots" , in McNeill, P. and Nicholson, R. edd. An Historical Atlas of Scotland c.400-c.1600. (St. Andrews, 1975) More details ...
D'Arusmont, Frances Wright, in Views of Society and Manners in America: in a series of letters from that country to a friend in England (E. Bliss & E. White, New York, 1821) More details ...
Deans, Charlotte , in Marshall., Frances ed. A travelling actress in the North and Scotland. A reprint of the Memoirs of Mrs Charlotte Deans, 1768-1859. (T. Wilson, Kendal, 1984) More details ...
Donaldson, M.E.M., in Further Wanderings - mainly in Argyll (A. Gardner, Paisley, 1926) More details ...
Gibson, Margaret Dunlop, in How the Codex was Found: A narrative of two visits to Sinai (Cambridge, 1893) More details ...
Glover, Katherine "Polite Society and the Rural Resort: The Meanings of Moffat Spa in the Eighteenth Century" , in Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies (2011) More details ...
Grainger, Stewart A. "Obituary of Isabella L. Bird" , in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1904) More details ...
Grant, Anne MacVicar, in Letters from the mountains: being the real correspondence of a Lady, Between 1773 and 1803. (Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orne, London, 1806) More details ...
Grant, Elizabeth, in The Highland Lady in Ireland (Canongate Classics, Edinburgh, 1991) More details ...
Grant, Elizabeth, in A Highland Lady in France, 1843-1845 (Tuckwell Press, East Linton, 1996) More details ...
Grant (Smith), Elizabeth, in Thomson, D. and McGusty., M. edd. The Irish Journals of Eizabeth Smith, 1840-1850 (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1980) More details ...
Horsely, Reginald, in Isabella Bird, the famous traveller (London, 1912) More details ...
Houston, R.A. "Geographical Mobility in Scotland 1652-1811: the evidence of testimonials" , in Journal of Historical Geography, vol.11:4 (1985) More details ...
Houston, R.A. and C.W.J., Withers "Population mobiity in Scotland and Europe, 1600-1900: A Comparative Perspective" , in Annales de Demographie Historique (1990) More details ...
Hoyle, Gwyneth, in Flowers in the snow: The life of Isobel Wylie Hutchison (University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 2005) More details ...
Hutchison, Isobel Wylie, in North to the rime-ringed sun. being the record of an Alascan-Canadian journey made in 1933-34 (Blackie & Son Ltd, London, 1934) More details ...
Jardine, Evelyne E.M., in Women of devotion and courage. No.4: Isabella Bird (London, 1957) More details ...
Lewis, Agnes, in Eastern Pilgrims: The Travels of Three Ladies (London, 1870) More details ...
MacDiarmid, Hugh "Following Rebecca West in Edinburgh" , in Scott., Bonnie Kime ed. The Gender of Modernism (Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1990) More details ...
McNeil, Kenneth, in Scotland Britain, Empire: Writing the Highlands, 1760-1860 (The Ohio State University Press, Columbus, Ohio, 2007) More details ...
McNiven, Ian J., Lynnette RussellKay, Schaffer, in Constructions of Colonialism: Perspectives on Eliza Fraser's Shipwreck (Leicester University Press, London, 1998) More details ...
Murdoch, Helen, in Travelling Hopefully: the story of Molly Urquhart (Edinburgh, 1981) More details ...
Stoddart, Anna M., in The life of Isabella Bird (Mrs. Bishop) (J. Murray, London, 1906) More details ...
Tyrrell, Alex "The Queen's Little Trip: The Royal Visit to Scotland in 1842" , in Scottish Historical Review, vol.82/1 More details ...
van Heijnsbergen, Theo "The Renaissance Uses of a Medieval Seneca: Murder, Stoicism and Gender in the Marginalia of Glasgow Hunter 297" , in Studies in Scottish Literature, vol.39:1 (2013) More details ...
Whyte, Ian D. "Mobility and marriage in East Lothian in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries" , in Transactions of the East Lothian Antiquarian Society, vol.19 (1987) More details ...
Whyte, Ian D.Kathleen , Whyte "Geographical mobility in a seventeenth-century Scottish rural community" , in Local Population Studies, vol.32 (1984) More details ...
Whyte, Ian D.Kathleen, Whyte "The Geographical Mobility of Women in Early Modern Scotland" , in Leneman, Leah ed. Perspectives in Scottish Social History. (Aberdeen University Press, Aberdeen, 1988) More details ...
Whyte, Ian D. "Population mobility in early modern Scotland" , in Houston, R.A. and Whyte. , Ian D. edd. Scottish Society 1500-1800. (Cambridge University Press, Canbridge, 1989) More details ...
Williams, C., in The adventures of a lady traveller. The story of Isabella Bird Bishop (London, 1909) More details ...
Wordsworth, Dorothy, in J.C., Shairp, ed. Recollections of a Tour made in Scotland, AD 1803, vol.2nd ed. (Putnam, New York, 1874) More details ...