By: DM Henderson and JH Dickson
264 pages, Illus
Details the travels of James Robertson, who journeyed through the Highlands and Islands of Scotland from 1767 - 1771. He describes the plants, trees, animals, geology and prehistoric ruins of each district. `The publication of his journals gives James Robertson his rightful place among the pioneers of Scottish botany' - Archives of Natural History
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